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Dr. Larry  White - University Health Network. Toronto, ON, CA

Dr. Larry White Dr. Larry  White

Radiologist - Medical Imaging | University Health Network

Toronto, ON, CANADA

UHN's Radiologist-in-Chief in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging

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Biography

Dr. Larry White is the Joint Department of Medical Imaging's Radiologist-in- Chief. He's also the former Site Director of Medical Imaging at Mount Sinai Hospital and Head of the Musculoskeletal Division within the JDMI. He earned his medical degree from the University of Toronto and began his professional career 17 years ago at MSH.

Industry Expertise (6)

Health and Wellness Research Health Care - Services Health Care - Providers Health Care - Facilities Advanced Medical Equipment

Areas of Expertise (4)

Radiology Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Mri) Cartilage Imaging Sports Medicine

Education (3)

University of California at San Diego: Fellowship, Muskoskeletal Imaging 1995

University of Toronto: Residency, Medical Imaging 1994

University of Toronto: MD, Medicine 1989

Affiliations (3)

  • University of Toronto : Head, Division of Muskoskeletal Imaging, Joint Department of Medical Imaging
  • University of Toronto : Professor, Departments of Medical Imaging and Orthopedics
  • Ontario Association of Radiologists

Media Appearances (2)

Women's College Hospital celebrates opening of new Cardiac CT Program

Women's College Hospital  online

2014-02-10

“By using existing technology such as a CT scanner for cardiac purposes, we can shorten the diagnosis process and, in the long run, allow more women to be treated. None of this would be possible without the help of our CT technologists and Witold Reiss, X-ray and CT supervisor at WCH,” said Dr. Larry White, radiologist-in-chief, JDMI...

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Hanging Out With Dr. Larry White, UHN's New Radiologist in Chief

UHN  online

2013-01-18

Dr. Larry White is certainly an accomplished physician. That's why he's UHN's recently appointed Radiologist-in-Chief in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging. He's also the former Site Director of Medical Imaging at Mount Sinai Hospital and Head of the Musculoskeletal Division within the JDMI. He earned his medical degree from the University of Toronto and began his professional career 17 years ago at MSH...

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Articles (5)

MRI of articular cartilage: revisiting current status and future directions The American Journal of Roentgenology

2005-01-01

The purpose of this article is to review the current understanding of the MRI appearance of articular cartilage and its relationship to the microscopic and macroscopic structure of articular cartilage, the optimal pulse sequences to be used in imaging, the ...

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Epidemiology and Natural History of Acute Patellar Dislocation The American Journal of Sports Medicine

2004-01-01

The goals of this study were to (1) define the epidemiology of acute patellar dislocation,(2) determine the risk of subsequent patellar instability episodes (subluxation and/or redislocation) during the study period, and (3) identify risk factors for subsequent ...

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Acute Lateral Patellar Dislocation at MR Imaging: Injury Patterns of Medial Patellar Soft-Tissue Restraints and Osteochondral Injuries of the Inferomedial Patella 1 Radiology

2002-01-01

To assess magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings after acute lateral patellar dislocation (LPD) with emphasis on the medial patella restraints and to describe a medial patellar impaction deformity. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Knee MR images obtained ...

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Complications of Total Hip Arthroplasty: MR Imaging—Initial Experience 1 Radiology

2000-01-01

To investigate the use of standard magnetic resonance (MR) imaging sequences with simple parameter modifications for the detection and characterization of total hip arthroplasty (THA) complications. MATERIALS AND METHODS: An initial ...

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Does altered biomechanics cause marrow edema? Radiology

1996-01-01

To determine if altered weight bearing causes the appearance of marrow edema on magnetic resonance (MR) images. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Twelve volunteers underwent MR imaging with a short inversion time inversion-recovery (STIR) sequence at ...

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