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, and the Radiology Lead for Leicester Medical School.

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 1488

A focus of abdominal fluid is measured as being 65 Hounsfield Units in density on CT. It is most likely to be:

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Question 1547

What is the minimum rate of GI tract bleeding detectable by CT angiography?

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Question 1592

Given the appearance of the small bowel here, what is the most likely underlying etiology of the bowel ischemia?

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Question 2044

Which of the following findings on a sagittal T2-weighted MRI is most likely to be present in a patient with spontaneous intracranial hypotension?

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Question 2045

Which of the following is most likely to be seen in the orbits on MRI in patients with spontaneous intracranial hypotension?

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Question 2046

Which finding on CT myelography is suggestive of the presence of a CSF-venous fistula?

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Question 2051

According to the AHA standards guidance, ordinarily, which LV myocardial segments are assigned to the LAD territory?

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Question 2052

Which structures can be seen a 3-chamber view of the heart?

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Question 2065

This is an MRI study of the abdomen and pelvis in a pregnant woman. On this axial gradient echo sequence image, what are the paired right retroperitoneal structures?

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Question 2084

What is the most likely diagnosis in this patient from the F-18 FDG PET-CT MIP image?

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Question 2089

A 25-year-old male presents with a 2-week history of acute breathlessness and chest pain. CT thorax with contrast shows a heterogeneous anterior mediastinal mass and multiple lung nodules. Which is the next best step for diagnosis?