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Larry Z Zheng MD

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
AddressUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
55 Lake Avenue North
Worcester MA 01655
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    Xuchang Preparatory Medical School, Zheng Zhou, , ChinaBSMedical Sciences
    Henan Medical University, Henan, , ChinaMD
    University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NYResidencyRadiology and Nuclear Medicine
    Ohio State University, Columbus, OhioFellowshipAbdominal Imaging

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    1. Vijayaraghavan GR, Vedantham S, Rangan V, Karam A, Zheng L, Roychowdhury A, Hussain S. Effect of needle gauge and lobe laterality on parenchymal liver biopsy outcome: a retrospective analysis. Abdom Imaging. 2015 Jun; 40(5):1223-9. PMID: 25367814.
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    2. Nowitzki KM, Hoimes ML, Chen B, Zheng LZ, Kim YH. Ultrasonography of intrauterine devices. Ultrasonography. 2015 Jul; 34(3):183-94. PMID: 25985959.
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    3. Thangasamy SJ, Zheng L, Mcintosh L, Lee P, Roychowdhury A. Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI findings of acute pancreatitis in ectopic pancreatic tissue: case report and review of the literature. JOP. 2014 Jul; 15(4):407-10. PMID: 25076355.
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    4. Case Report| Volume 370, ISSUE 9596, P1458, October 20, 2007 PDF [230 KB] Figures Save Share Reprints Inadvertent self-healing in desperate times Dr Sean X Leng, MD Prof Thomas Finucane, MD Lisa Boult, MD Larry Zheng, MD Prof William B Greenough III, MD. Inadvertent self-healing in desperate times. The Lancet. 2007; 370(9596):1458.
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