Amita Kamath, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Radiology
Specialties:Radiology, Body Imaging
Dr. Amita Kamath is an abdominal radiologist with expertise in Body MRI. She completed a joint MD/MPH degree from Duke University School of Medicine (2004) and Harvard School of Public Health (2003). She completed diagnostic radiology residency training at University of California San Francisco in 2009 and fellowship in Body and Cardiovascular MRI from NYU School of Medicine in 2010. She joined Mount Sinai faculty as Assistant Professor of Radiology from 2010-2015. From 2015-2016 she worked in a large private practice group. She now returns to Mount Sinai as part of the abdominal imaging section. Her clinical and research interests are in liver/hepatobiliary imaging, gynecologic, prostate, genitourinary and fetal MR.
- CT Scan Of The Abdomen
- Diagnostic Ultrasound Of The Abdomen
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Upper Gastrointestinal Series
MD, Duke University
Internship, Internal Medicine, Duke University Hospital
Residency, Radiology, University of California - San Francisco
Fellowship, Body Imaging, NYU Medical Center
Hepatobiliary & pancreas
Azour L, Besa C, Lewis S, Kamath A, Oliver ER, Taouli B. The gravid uterus: MR imaging and reporting of abnormal placentation. Abdom Radiol 2016 December; 41(12): 2411-2423.
Besa C, Lewis S, Pandharipande PV, Chhatwal J, Kamath A, Cooper N, Knight-Greenfield A, Babb JS, Boffetta P, Padron N, Sirlin CB, Taouli B. Hepatocellular carcinoma detection: diagnostic performance of a simulated abbreviated MRI protocol combining diffusion-weighted and T1-weighted imaging at the delayed phase post gadoxetic acid.. Abdom Radiol 2017 Jan; 42(1): 179-190.
Jossen J, Chu J, Hotchkiss H, Wistinghausen B, Iver L, Magid M, Kamath A, Roayale S, Amon R. Epstein-Barr virus-associated smooth muscle tumors in children following solid organ transplantation: a review. Pediatr Transplant 2015 March; 19(2): 235-43.
Lewis S, Kamath A, Chatterji M, Patel A, Shyknevsky I, Dyvorne HA, Kuehin B, Taouli B. Diffusion-weighted imaging of the liver in patients with chronic liver disease: Comparison of monopolar and bipolar diffusion gradients for image quality and lesion detection.. AJR AM J Roentgenol 2015 January; 204(1): 59-68.
Kamath A, Rosenkrantz AB, Bosniak MA. MRI findings of angiomyolipoma of the renal sinus in 5 cases. J Comput Assist Tomogr 2010 Nov-Dec; 34(6): 95-20.
Kamath A, Smith WS, Powers WJ, Cianfoni A, Chien JD, Videen T, Lawton MT, Finley B, Dillon WP, Wintermark M. Perfusion CT compared to H(2) (15)o/o PET in patients with chronic cervical carotid artery occlusion. Neuroradiology 2008 Sept; 50(9): 745-51.