Vikas Shah on Radiopaedia.org

Vikas Shah

BSc MBBS MRCP FRCR

Vikas enjoys teaching abdominal and emergency imaging and has a particular passion for delivering radiology education using social media. He is an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Leicester.

He taught on Radiopaedia's Abdominal Emergency Radiology Course and Radiology Review Course 2019 and was a co-convener of the Radiopaedia 2021 Virtual Conference, and is now working on the Radiopaedia 2022 Virtual Conference.

Outside of work, Vikas is kept busy by his children and is slowly mastering the art of Lego! 

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Question 1201

Following admission 35 days earlier with acute pancreatitis, on a contrast-enhanced CT study a collection with enhancing margins and heterogenous content is present in the region of the pancreatic head and neck. This should be reported as a:

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Question 1202

What proportion of necrotizing pancreatitis is a combination of pancreatic and extra-pancreatic necrosis?

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Question 1203

Which site is typically not involved by lymphadenopathy in abdominal tuberculosis?

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Question 1204

Which site is typically less frequently involved by lymphadenopathy in abdominal tuberculosis?

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Question 1205

Which of the following is not considered to confer a high-risk status in rectal cancer?

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Question 1206

Which of the following is true regarding this axial MR image of rectal cancer:

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Question 1240

Which of the following is LEAST typical of non-occlusive mesenteric ischemia associated with hypoperfusion?

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Question 1333

Globally, approximately what percentage of patients with active tuberculosis are co-infected with HIV?

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Question 1334

Which of these features is more characteristic of ileocecal involvement by Crohn's disease than by tuberculosis?

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Question 1335

Which of the following is NOT TRUE regarding this coronal MR image of rectal cancer:

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Question 1336

Which part of the colon is most frequently involved by adenocarcinoma?

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Question 1337

Following admission 15 days earlier with acute pancreatitis, on a contrast-enhanced CT study a collection with no definable wall and heterogeneous content is present in the region of the pancreatic head and neck. This should be reported as:

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Question 1338

According to the Revised Atlanta Classification, which is the only one of these terms that should be used when describing acute pancreatitis:

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Question 1471

According to the 3-6-9 rule, the normal caliber of bowel is:

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Question 1472

Which of the following types of ureteric stone is most likely to be visible on an abdominal radiograph?

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Question 1473

Which of the following does NOT cause peritoneal calcification?

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Question 1474

Which of the following is more likely to cause a pneumoperitoneum rather than a pneumoretroperitoneum?

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Question 1475

Which of the following is more likely to cause a pneumoretroperitoneum rather than a pneumoperitoneum?

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Question 1476

Which organ is abnormally enlarged on this abdominal x-ray?

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Question 1485

What is the typical density measurement on CT, in Hounsfield Units, of acute intra-abdominal blood?