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Peter Komlosi, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
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Interest (in 3 to 10 words):

Medical / Graduate School Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
Residency Preliminary Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Diagnostic Radiology Residency, University of Virginia
Clinical / Post-doctoral Fellowship Neuroradiology Fellowship, University of Virginia
Specialties
& Programs
MR
CT
Optical
Clinical Interest brain and spine MRI, CT
Research Interest Dual energy CT to reduce metallic artifact in spine imaging
Selected Publications   Zhang Y, Komlosi P and Wintermark M. Imaging. In: Oxford Textbook of Neurointensive Critical Care, edited by Wijdicks EFM and Rabinstein AA. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014, chapt. 14.

Komlosi P, Benjamin JL and Altes TA. Hyperpolarized gas MRI in pediatric lung disease. In: Pediatric Chest Imaging: Chest Imaging in Infants and Children, 513-521, edited by Lucaya J and Strife JL. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2014.

Tong L, Komlosi P and Wintermark M. One-stop-shop stroke imaging with functional CT. Eur J Radiol, 84(12):2425-2431, 2015.

Komlosi P, Zhang Y, Leiva-Salinas C, Ornan D, Patrie JT, Xin W, Grady D and Wintermark M. Adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction reduces patient radiation dose in neuroradiology CT studies. Neuroradiology 56 (3): 187-193, 2014.

Komlosi P, Grady D, Smith JS, Shaffrey CI, Goode AR, Judy PG, Shaffrey M and Wintermark M. Evaluation of monoenergetic imaging to reduce metallic instrumentation artifacts in computed tomography of the cervical spine. J Neurosurg Spine, 22(1):34-38, 2015.

Komlosi P, Altes TA, Qing K, Mooney KE, Miller GW, Mata JF, de Lange EE, Tobias WA, Cates Jr GD and Mugler III JP. Regional anisotropy of airspace orientation in the lung as assessed with hyperpolarized helium-3 diffusion MRI. J Magn Reson Imaging 42(6):1777-1782, 2015.
Honors and  
Awards
Research Resident of the Year, University of Virginia
PubMed Publications   See a listing of publications on PubMed, a service of the National Library of medicine.