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Asha  Bhatt

Asha Bhatt, MD

Specialty: Radiology

Program: Diagnostic Imaging and Interventional Radiology

Language(s): English

  • Overview

    Dr. Asha Bhatt is a board-certified, subspecialty-trained breast radiologist. She received her MD degree at the State University of New York in Syracuse, NY. She completed her diagnostic radiology residency at Rochester General Hospital and then went on to complete her Women’s Imaging Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Bhatt joins us from the Mayo Clinic, where she was appointed as an Assistant Professor and Consultant in the Division of Breast Imaging and Intervention, Department of Radiology.Her clinical practice involves interpreting mammograms, breast ultrasounds, breast MRIs, and performing multimodality image-guided breast procedures. She is dedicated to resident/fellow education and has been the recipient of teaching awards.

  • Publications

    • Bhatt AA, Henrichsen TL. A perspective on how to optimize breast imaging rotations for medical students. Curr Probl Diagn Radiol. 2024 Mar.53(2):190-191. Pubmedid: 38245429.
    • Lee CU, Larson NB, Urban MW, Miller AL, Uthamaraj S, Piltin MA, Jakub JW, Bhatt AA, Greenleaf JF, Hesley GK. Factors Associated With Ultrasound Color Doppler Twinkling by Breast Biopsy Markers: In Vitro and Ex Vivo Evaluation of 35 Commercially Available Markers. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2023 Mar.220(3):358-370. Pubmedid: 36043610.
    • Harper LK, Simmons CL, Woodard GA, Solanki MH, Bhatt AA. Pictorial Review of Common and Uncommon Pediatric Breast Lesions. Radiographics. 2023 Jan.43(1):e220117. Pubmedid: 36367821.
    • Nguyen MT, Shukla SS, Kendziora RW, Solanki MH, Bhatt AA. Eosinophilic mastitis mimicking a developing asymmetry. Radiol Case Rep. 2023 Feb.18(2):689-692. Pubmedid: 36561547. Pmcid: PMC9763679.
    • Guth TA, Bhatt AA. The "teacup sign": Significance in breast imaging. Clin Imaging. 2023 Dec.104:110009. Pubmedid: 37952484.
    • Nguyen MT, Bhatt AA. 'Pasta-Bly' the best radiologic imaging sign-I saw the linguine sign. Clin Imaging. 2022 Sep.89:109-111. Pubmedid: 35777238.
    • Rowell CC, Bhatt AA, Kessler AT, Bhatt AA. Radiology Resident Education - Keys to Successful Workstation Learning: A Resident Perspective. Curr Probl Diagn Radiol. 2022 Oct.51(6):823-825. Pubmedid: 35589446.
    • Nguyen MT, Henrichsen T, Bhatt A. Exploring your Interest in Radiology: A First-Year Medical Student's Perspective. Curr Probl Diagn Radiol. 2022 Oct.51(6):813-814. Pubmedid: 36050134.
    • Bhatt AA, Woodard GA, Lee CU, Hesley GK. Urgent and emergent breast lesions - A primer for the general radiologist, on-call resident and sonographer. Australas J Ultrasound Med. 2022 May.25(2):54-65. Pubmedid: 35722051. Pmcid: PMC9201204.
    • Sae-Kho TM, Bhatt A, Solanki MH, Jeans EB, Corbin KS, Fazzio RT, Glazebrook KN. Imaging features of adenosquamous carcinoma of the breast - A rare variant of metaplastic breast carcinoma. BJR Case Rep. 2022 Mar.7(6):20210108. Pubmedid: 35300231. Pmcid: PMC8906157.
    • Shukla SS, Bhatt AA, Jakub JW, Solanki MH, Kaur AS, Liu MC, Corbin KS, Axmacher JA. Local Recurrence of Invasive Secretory Breast Carcinoma in a Gravid Patient Post-Mastectomy. Radiol Case Rep. 2022 Jun.17(6):1901-1904. Pubmedid: 35401896. Pmcid: PMC8990053.
    • Vegunta S, Bhatt AA, Choudhery SA, Pruthi S, Kaur AS. Identifying women with increased risk of breast cancer and implementing risk-reducing strategies and supplemental imaging. Breast Cancer. 2022 Jan.29(1):19-29. Pubmedid: 34665436.
    • Bhatt AA, Whaley DH, Lee CU. Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsies: Basic and New Techniques. J Ultrasound Med. 2021 Jul.40(7):1427-1443. Pubmedid: 32997819. Pmcid: PMC8246574.
    • Bhatt AA, Woodard GA, Lee CU. Use of an Introducer for Radioactive Seed Localization of Targets Beyond the Length of Available Preloaded Needles. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2021 Dec.217(6):1475. Pubmedid: 34191545.
    • Bhatt AA, Woodard GA, Lee CU. Hydrodissection - Practical applications in ultrasound-guided breast interventions. Clin Imaging. 2021 Apr.72:198-203. Pubmedid: 33486301.
    • Choudhery S, Simmons C, Woodard GA, Bhatt AA, Anderson TL, Lee CU. Outcomes of solitary dilated breast ducts in symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. Br J Radiol. 2020 May.93(1109):20191039. Pubmedid: 32101458. Pmcid: PMC7217566.
    • Samreen N, Bhatt AA, Adler K, Zingula S, Glazebrook KN. Best MRI sequences for identifying axillary lymph node markers in patients with metastatic breast cancer: an inter-reader observational study. Eur Radiol Exp. 2020 Jun.4(1):34. Pubmedid: 32529502. Pmcid: PMC7290014.
    • Adler K, Samreen N, Glazebrook KN, Bhatt AA. Imaging Features and Treatment Options for Breast Pseudoaneurysms After Biopsy: A Case-Based Pictorial Review. J Ultrasound Med. 2020 Jan.39(1):181-190. Pubmedid: 31254404.
    • Axmacher JA, Bhatt AA, Hesley GK. Nodular sclerosing adenosis detected as focal uptake on molecular breast imaging. Radiol Case Rep. 2020 Aug.15(8):1211-1215. Pubmedid: 32566066. Pmcid: PMC7299905.
    • Samreen N, Bhatt AA, Adler K, Zingula S, Glazebrook KN. Correction to: Best MRI sequences for identifying axillary lymph node markers in patients with metastatic breast cancer: an inter-reader observational study. Eur Radiol Exp. 2020 Aug.4(1):53. Pubmedid: 32809078. Pmcid: PMC7434812.
    • Lee C, Bhatt A, Felmlee JP, Trester P, Lanners D, Paulsen A, Brunette J. How to Safely Perform Magnetic Resonance Imaging-guided Radioactive Seed Localizations in the Breast. J Clin Imaging Sci. 2020 Apr.10:19. Pubmedid: 32363081. Pmcid: PMC7193148.
    • Samreen N, Bhatt AA, Glockner J, Lee CU. A Case of Ferumoxytol (Feraheme®) Prompting Critical Modification to Our Patient Prebreast Magnetic Resonance Imaging Questionnaire. J Clin Imaging Sci. 2019 Mar.9:6. Pubmedid: 31448157. Pmcid: PMC6702869.
    • Samreen N, Lee C, Bhatt A, Carter J, Hieken T, Adler K, Zingula S, Glazebrook KN. A Clinical Approach to Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Evaluating Chest Wall Invasion of Breast Tumors. J Clin Imaging Sci. 2019 Apr.9:11. Pubmedid: 31448162. Pmcid: PMC6702863.
    • Samreen N, Glazebrook KN, Bhatt A, Venkatesh SK, McMenomy BP, Chandra A, Leng S, Adler KE, McCollough CH. Imaging findings of mammary and systemic silicone deposition secondary to breast implants. Br J Radiol. 2018 Sep.91(1089):20180098. Pubmedid: 29658786. Pmcid: PMC6223170.
    • Samreen N, Lee CU, Bhatt AA. Nonconventional Options for Tumor Localization in Breast and Axillary Lymph Nodes: A Pictorial How-To. J Clin Imaging Sci. 2018 Dec.8:54. Pubmedid: 30652057. Pmcid: PMC6302552.
    • Thelen J, Bhatt AA, Bhatt AA. Acute ocular traumatic imaging: what the radiologist should know [corrected]. Emerg Radiol. 2017 Oct.24(5):585-592. Pubmedid: 28624909.
    • Thelen J, Bhatt AA, Bhatt AA. Erratum to: Acute ocular traumatic imaging: what the radiologist should know. Emerg Radiol. 2017 Oct.24(5):593. Pubmedid: 28699037.
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