Dr. Robert Gould
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I have worked with Dr. Gould for over 7 years, he has expertise in many areas of radiology incluidng body imaging, musculoskeletal radiology, women's imaging as well as PET/CT. He also has expertise in and special accreditation in neuroradiolgy. I endorse Dr. Gould without reservation and would refer family member to him for his excellent level of care. Dr Gould has impressed continuely throughout the time I have worked with him particularly his dediciation to continuing medical education and bringing the latest techniques to our facility, techniques such as cardiac CTA. Dr. Gould puts patient care number one but also shows a very strong interest in the academic side of radiology.
I endorse this doctor. Dr. Gould is an excellent diagnostic radiologist. Not only is he skilled, but also incorporates cutting edge technology/imaging in all imaging specialties. Dr. Gould led the team in starting coronary CT angiography, and CT perfusion imaging. Always interested in teach, Dr. Gould brought his enthusiasm to teaching ultrasound technologists.
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Body Imaging Fellowship RUSH UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
American College of Radiology
Clinical Assistant professor of radiology University of Chicago 1990-2000
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I've won the following awards
Top Radiologist, Wisconsin
Fellowship 20 yrs of teaching, service and publishing, American College of Radiology
Teacher of the Year Recognizing Excellence in Resident Education, Michel Reese and Mercy Hospitals, Chicago
House Staff Research Project, Evanston Hospital
Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Illinois School of Medicine
Graduation with Honors, University of Illinois School of Medicine
Magna Cum Laude, Colgate University
Phi Beta Kappa, Colgate University
Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America
Top Drs. "M" Magazine 2013
Intraluminal colonic calcifications associated with anorectal atresia. Prenatal sonographic detection.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine
Imaging of surgically relevant hepatic vascular and segmental anatomy. Part I, Normal Anatomy.
American Journal of Roentgenology
: Imaging of surgically relevant segmental anatomy. Part II, Extent and resectability of hepatic neoplasms.
American Journal of Roentgenology
Nasoenteric feeding tubes, radiographic detection of complications.
Digestive Diseases and Sciences
Massive intestinal hemorrhage into chronic periappendiceal abscess: arteriographic-pathologic correlation.
Percutaneous biliary drainage: an initial therapy in biliary sepsis.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics
Sonographic demonstration of renal artery calcification simulating multiple renal calculi.
A large intraluminal mass in a young man with chronic diarrhea.
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association
Generation and characterization of a human bradykinin receptor B1 transgenic rat as a pharmacodynamic model.
J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., Aug;310(2):488-97 (2004)
Effects of inhibition of alpha-CGRP receptors on cardiac and peripheral vascular dynamics in conscious dogs with chronic heart failure.
J. Cardiovasc. Pharmacol., Nov;42(5):656-61 (2003)
Neonatal cerebral arterial thrombosis: protein C deficiency.
J. Child Neurol., May;11(3):250-2 (1996)
Proton MR spectroscopy of the basal ganglia in healthy children and children with AIDS.
Radiology., May;199(2):423-8 (1996)
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy in childhood AIDS encephalopathy.
Pediatr. Neurol., May;12(4):277-82 (1995)
Immunocytochemical localization of platelets in baboon hepatic sinusoids using monoclonal mouse anti-human platelet glycoprotein IIIa following induction of thrombocytopenia.
Histochemistry., May;97(4):355-60 (1992)
Stroke in children.
Adv Pediatr., 38:151-79 (1991)
Steroid-responsive chorea in moyamoya disease.
Mov. Disord., 6(4):347-9 (1991)
Imaging of surgically relevant hepatic vascular and segmental anatomy. Part 2. Extent and resectability of hepatic neoplasms.
AJR Am J Roentgenol., Aug;149(2):293-7 (1987)
Imaging of surgically relevant hepatic vascular and segmental anatomy. Part 1. Normal anatomy.
AJR Am J Roentgenol., Aug;149(2):287-92 (1987)
Nasoenteric feeding tubes. Radiographic detection of complications.
Dig. Dis. Sci., Jun;31(6):574-85 (1986)
Massive hemorrhage into a periappendiceal abscess: case report.
Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol., 9(1):25-7 (1986)
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Can early ultrasounds be off a few weeks? In brief: Not reallySee 1 more answer
Early ultrasounds are accurate plus or -7% loss if the embryo measures seven weeks it would be accurate to plus or - 3.5 days.
Will my 3mm kidney stone move faster since its in the upper right pole instead of lower? I have a UTI too. How long do you think it'll take to pass? In brief: Not necessarilyURINARY TRACT INFECTION YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH KIDNEY STONE URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
The location of the stone with in the kidney in terms of whether it is in the substance of the kidney or the renal collecting system is more important than whether it is in the upper or lower pole.
Treatment for non obstructing 2.25 CM kidney stone in upper pole of right kidney ? Could the stone be causing abdominal & upper leg pain? Headache? In brief: Probably notABDOMINAL DISCOMFORT ABDOMINAL PAIN BELLY PAIN HEADACHE LEG PAIN THIGH PAIN UPPER LEG PAIN YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH KIDNEY STONE
A non-obstructing stone may cause blood in the urine but should not be causing pain especially headache or thigh pain.
Can follicles be missed or be hidden behind each other during a scan (fsh have been taken)? In brief: Very unlikelyFOLLICLE FSH
I assume you're referring to follicles and your ovary.
What is life expectancy of 49 yr old male with stage IV adenocarcinoma of lung? Receive chemo/avastin radiation last CT showed significant progression In brief: Hard to sayADENOCARCINOMA AVASTIN CHEMOTHERAPY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY GAMMA RAYS IRRADIATION RADIOACTIVE BEVACIZUMAB MALE HEALTH
Predicting how long someone will live with stage IV lung cancer is always difficult.
I hit my head on the floor 3 days ago , do I have to do mri? In brief: NoMAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING MRI
If there was no loss of consciousness, neurologic change such as weakness on one side or any other significant finding then nothing needs to be done.
I am currently 39 weeks pregnant. I went in for ultrasound today she measured 4 weeks behind and they don't know why. What will they do? Induce maybe? In brief: Depends
If the dating of the fetus is based upon a first trimester ultrasound there could be growth retardation which could require induction.
If the dating is based upon menstral dating that could be in error and then induction may not be needed. Ask your ob.HEALTHY PREGNANCY SONOGRAM 3RD TRIMESTER PREGNANT FEMALE HEALTH PREGNANCY
I have a complex ovarian cyst which when diagnosed had little symptoms. I'm now having pain everyday and horrible bladder pressure. Does this mean its growing. Ovary was 46 cc 2 months. In brief: Too bigBLADDER FEMALE HEALTH OVARIAN CYST OVARIAN OVARIAN CYSTSSee 2 more answers
The normal upper limit of an ovary is 14 cc.
I had my routine breast check up by doctor after which i was recomended ultrasound of both breast but my r.Breast is causing pain what medicines i use? In brief: Breast pain is commoSONOGRAM FEMALE HEALTHSee 1 more answer
Breast pain is very common.
How long do kidney stones take to grow/how fast do they grow? Had several "small" one according to doc, but never passed them.Has been 1.5 yrs In brief: Variable
Some stones can grow fairly quickly over time while others may never cause symptoms.
It partly is based upon where the stones are located and what is their composition.NEPHROLITHIASIS YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH KIDNEY STONE KIDNEY STONES