Avice M. O'Connell, M.D., M.A.

Avice M. O'Connell, M.D., M.A.

Contact Information

HH Breast Imaging Center

Office: (585) 487-3300
Fax: (585) 487-3324

Books

Journal Articles

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2013
Linxi S, Vedantham, S, Karellas, A, O'Connell A. "Technical Note: Skin thickness measurements using high-resolution flat-panel cone-beam dedicated breast CT." American Association of Physicists in Medicine. 2013; 40(3). Link
2012
Görkem SB, O'Connell AM. "Abnormal axillary lymph nodes on negative mammograms: causes other than breast cancer." Diagnostic and interventional radiology (Ankara, Turkey). 2012 18(5):473-9. Epub 2012 Mar 13.
2012
O'Connell AM, Kawakyu-O'Connor D. "Dedicated Cone-beam Breast Computed Tomography and Diagnostic Mammography: Comparison of Radiation Dose, Patient Comfort, And Qualitative Review of Imaging Findings in BI-RADS 4 and 5 Lesions." Journal of clinical imaging science. 2012 2:7. Epub 2012 Feb 25.
2011
Hubeny CM, Sykes JB, O'Connell A, Dogra VS. "Pilomatrixoma of the adult male breast: a rare tumor with typical ultrasound features." Journal of clinical imaging science. 2011 1:12. Epub 2011 Feb 11.
2011
Dhillon GS, Bell N, Ginat DT, Levit A, Destounis S, O'Connell A. "Breast MR Imaging: What the Radiologist Needs to Know." Journal of clinical imaging science. 2011 1:48. Epub 2011 Oct 03.
2010 Aug
O'Connell A, Conover DL, Zhang Y, Seifert P, Logan-Young W, Lin CF, Sahler L, Ning R. "Cone-beam CT for breast imaging: Radiation dose, breast coverage, and image quality." AJR. American journal of roentgenology. 2010 Aug; 195(2):496-509.
2009
O'Connell, A. "The Many Roles of Ultrasound in Breast Malignancy". Applied Radiology. 2009; 38(9). Link
2009
O'Connell, A.; Conover, D.; Chuen-Fu, L. "Cone Beam Computed Tomography for Breast Imaging". J. Radiol Nurs. 2009; 28(1): 3-11. Link
2007
Siddall, KA; O'Connell, A.; Dass, T.; Liao, L. "Current Indications for Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging." Contemporary Diagnostic Radiology. 2007; 30(12): 1. Link
2007
O'Connell, A. "Today's Research Heads Toward Tomorrow's Clinical Practice: Women's Imaging Continues to Evolve into its Own Niche, Which Demands Expertise in Many Modalities as Well as Body Systems." Diagnostic Imaging. 2007; 29(4): 3. Link