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    Cancer Focus:

    Dr. David Becker-Weidman is an Assistant Member in the Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Interventional Radiology. Dr. Becker-Weidman earned his MD at Emory University School of Medicine. He completed a Diagnostic Radiology residency at Thomas Jefferson University, followed by a Body MRI fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Becker-Weidman was most recently on staff as an attending physician at Buffalo VA Medical Center in New York. Dr. Becker-Weidman is interested in all aspects of body imaging, specifically in MRI of the abdomen and pelvis, as well as image-guided intervention.

    Education & Training


    • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Body MRI


    • Thomas Jefferson University - Diagnostic Radiology

    Medical School:

    • Emory University - MD
  • Publications

    • Wright B, Moore A, Becker-Weidman D, Joyce D. Primary B cell lymphoma of the patella presenting as anterior knee pain: A case report. J Orthop. 2024 Feb.48:60-63. Pubmedid: 38077471. Pmcid: PMC10700799.
    • Becker-Weidman D, Chung CMC, Nadeem M, Virk J, Chung C. Computed Tomography Findings in Vernix Caseosa Peritonitis. J Comput Assist Tomo. 2020 Sep.44(5):780-783. Pubmedid: 32842059.
    • Virk J, Smock B, Nadeem M, Chung C, Maynor C, Becker-Weidman D, Mangano T. The Use of Periareolar Topical Lidocaine Jelly After Needle Localization May Reduce Pain of Subsequent Lymphoscintigraphy. Cureus. 2020 Apr.12(4):e7861. Pubmedid: 32483511. Pmcid: PMC7255066.
    • Becker-Weidman D, Mhuircheartaigh JN, Mortele KJ. The skinny on skin: MRI features of cutaneous and subcutaneous lesions detected on body MRI studies. Abdom Radiol (NY). 2018 Oct.43(10):2823-2850. Pubmedid: 29525881.
    • Becker-Weidman D, Floré B, Mortelé KJ. Xanthogranulomatous pancreatitis: A review of the imaging characteristics of this rare and often misdiagnosed lesion of the pancreas. Clin Imaging. 2017 Sep.45:12-17. Pubmedid: 28554050.
    • Becker-Weidman DJ, Malhotra N, Reilly DF, Selvam N, Parker L, Nazarian LN. Imaging Surveillance in Patients After a Benign Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy of the Thyroid: Associated Cost and Incidence of Subsequent Cancer. Ajr Am J Roentgenol. 2017 Feb.208(2):358-361. Pubmedid: 27929675.
    • Perillo M, Becker-Weidman D, Bezuidenhout AF, Siewert B, Eisenberg RL. Infections of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Semin Roentgenol. 2017 Apr.52(2):63-72. Pubmedid: 28606310.
    • Becker-Weidman D, Civan JM, Deshmukh SP, Roth CG, Herrine SK, Parker L, Mitchell DG. Hepatocellular carcinoma after locoregional therapy: Magnetic resonance imaging findings in falsely negative exams. World J Hepatol. 2016 Jun.8(16):685-690. Pubmedid: 27326315. Pmcid: PMC4909430.
    • Becker-Weidman DJ, Hope TA, Doshi PH, Patel A, Mitchell DG. Transient washout of hepatic hemangiomas: Potential pitfall mimicking malignancy. Radiol Case Rep. 2016 Apr.11(2):62-66. Pubmedid: 27257451. Pmcid: PMC4878935.
    • Becker-Weidman D, Kalb B, Mittal PK, Harri PA, Arif-Tiwari H, Farris AB, Chen Z, Sungjin K, Martin DR. Differentiation of lipid-poor adrenal adenomas from non-adenomas with magnetic resonance imaging: Utility of dynamic, contrast enhancement and single-shot T2-weighted sequences. Eur J Radiol. 2015 Nov.84(11):2045-2051. Pubmedid: 26233268.
    • Becker-Weidman DJ, Kalb B, Sharma P, Kitajima HD, Lurie CR, Chen Z, Spivey JR, Knechtle SJ, Hanish SI, Adsay NV, Farris AB, Martin DR. Hepatocellular carcinoma lesion characterization: single-institution clinical performance review of multiphase gadolinium-enhanced MR imaging--comparison to prior same-center results after MR systems improvements. Radiology. 2011 Dec.261(3):824-833. Pubmedid: 21969663.
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