MBBS, DNB, DABR (Radiology/ Neuroradiology), University of Miami
Neuroradiology, Spine and Head/Neck Imaging
English, Marathi, Hindi
Asst. Professor, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center / University of Pittsburgh 2012-2017
Clinical Asst. Professor, University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre, 2006-2012
Publications (in print and online)
H A Kale, K R Rathod, S R Prasad, C Madiwale, R Sheth Mandibular Haemophilic pseudotumour containing a fluid-fluid level. BJR 74(2001), 186-188
Rathod K, Kale H, Narlawar R, Hardikar J, Kulkarni V, Joseph J.Unusual "floating balls" appearance of an ovarian cystic teratoma: sonographic and CT findings. J Clin Ultrasound 2001 Jan; 29(1):41-3
Patankar T, Krishnan A, Patkar D, Kale H, Prasad, Shah J, Castillo Imaging in isolated sacral tuberculosis: a review of 15 cases. M.Skeletal Radiol.2000; 29:392-396
Srinivasa P, Gala B, Patkar D, Kale H.Multiple intracranial lipomas, hypogenetic corpus callosum and vestibular schwannoma: an unusual spectrum of mr findings in a Patient .J Shah.J Postgrad Med/Vol45, 1999
Maheshwari S, Kale HA, Desai SB, KohliA.Magnetic resonance imaging findings in an unusual case of atlanto axial dislocation and vertebral artery-vein fistulas in a patient of neurofibromatosis-1. AustralasRadiol. 2002 Sep; 46(3): 316-8
Hrishikesh KA, Narlawar RS, Desai SB, Aniruddha K, Maheshwari S. Aneurysmal bone cyst of the ethmoid bone. Br J Radiol. 2002 Nov; 75(899): 916-8.
Kale H, Narlawar RS, RathodK .Renal fungal ball: an unusual sonographic finding.
J Clin Ultrasound. 2002 Mar-Apr; 30(3): 178-80.
8.Zacharia TT, Shah JR, Patkar D, Kale H, Sindhwani V. MRI in Ankle Tuberculosis: Review of 14 cases. AustralasRadiol. 2003 Mar; 47(1): 11-6
HA Kale, RS Narlawar, S Maheshwari, SB Desai, A Kohli, CNS Blastomycosis, Mimic of Meningioma. Ind J RadiolImag 2002 12:4:483-485
Kale HA, Sklar E. MRI Findings in CIDP with Intracranial findings and Enhancing thickened Cranial and spinal nerves. Australasian Radiology B21-B24, October 2007.
Sinelnikov A, Kale H. Osteochondromas of the spine. Pictorial review. ClinRadiol. 2014 Dec; 69(12):e584-e590. doi: 10.1016/j.crad.2014.08.017. Epub 2014 Oct 2
Fakhran S, Alhilali L, Kale H, Kanal E. Assessment of Acute Adverse Reaction Rates to GadobenateDimeglumine: Review of Over 130,000 Administrations Over the Last 7.5 Years. 2015 Apr; 204(4):703-6. doi: 10.2214/AJR.14.13430.
A.V. Prabhu, H.A. Kale, B.F. Branstetter IV. Residual Cervical Thymus: A Normal CT Finding That May Be Present throughout Patients' Lives AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2015 36: 1525-1528originally published online on April 16, 2015, 10.3174/ajnr.A4304.
A.V. Prabhu, H. Kale AJNR. Case of the Week “Spinal Epidural Hemangioma”. Published on the AJNR website. February 25, 2016.
Galdys AL, Kale HA, Lacomis D, Vergidis P, Murdoch GH. Clinical Infectious Diseases. Photo Quiz: Progressive right-sided hemiparesis in a man with sarcoidosis. Accepted for publication with revisions.
H Kale, A.V. Prabhu, E. Kanal. Serial Dilution Study of Gadolinium-Based MR imaging Contrast Agents.( to be submitted to Clinical Radiology)
H Kale, Prabhu A, Sinelnikov A, B Branstetter. Fat: Friend or Foe? A review of fat-containing masses within the head and neck. Pictorial review ( Published: Volume 89, Issue 1067, 2016
H. Kale, A.Muthukrishnan, Hegde S, Agarwal A. Title: Pericatheter VP shunt catheter fluid collections in adults. Infection, shunt malfunction or worse? Correlation of CT/MR findings with Indium-111 Disodium Pentetate (In-111 DTPA) scan. AJNR (Sept 2017).
Mawn J, Kale H. AJNR. Case of the Week “Intraorbital foreign body mimicking gas”. (Sept2017)
Prabhu AV, Donovan AL, Crihalmeanu T, Hansberry DR, Agarwal N, Beriwal S, Kale H, Heller M. Radiology Online Patient Education Materials Provided by Major University Hospitals: Do They Conform to NIH and AMA Guidelines? CurrProblDiagnRadiol [in press].
Presentations / Exhibits:
Oral presentation for paper titled “Pre op embolization of nasopharyngeal angiofibromas” at the Millennium Congress of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (Delhi) Dec 2000.
Poster presentation at the annual Residents review course (Mumbai) Nov. 1999-“CT Assessment of Adrenal Masses”.
Oral presentation in “Excerpta Extraordinaire” for the Annual ASNR, Conference Toronto, Ontario, May20-27, 2005.Kale H, Sklar E, Sternau L. SuprasellarHemangioblastoma producing Obstructive Hydrocephalus and Optic tract edema in a Patient with Von HippelLindau disease.
Electronic exhibit: Evaluation of Tracheal Size with Changes in Body Mass Index (BMI).ASNR 2014. H Kale, B Branstetter, D Tudorascu
Oral presentation: Assesment of Adverse Reaction Rates to GadobenateDimeglumine: Review of Over 140,000 Administrations over the Last 7.5 years. ASNR 2014. Fakhran S, Alhilali L, Kale H, Kanal E.
Electronic exhibit: EE (EE34) Fat: Friend or Foe? A review of fat-containingmasses within the head and neck, Kale H, Sinelnikov A, Branstetter BF. ASHNR 2014.
Oral presentation #: O-237: Serial Dilution Study of Gadolinium-Based MR imaging Contrast Agents. H Kale, E. Kanal. ASNR 2015.
Scientific Poster (print) #: P-66. Residual Cervical Thymus: A Normal CT Finding That May Be Present Throughout Patients' Lives. A.V. Prabhu, H.A. Kale, B.F. Branstetter IV. ASNR 2015.
R. Yu, H. Kale. A Case of Hirayama Disease (ASNR 2016, •Extraordinaire – Electronic)
H. Kale, A.Muthukrishnan, Hegde S, Agarwal A. Title: Pericatheter VP shunt catheter fluid collections in adults. Infection, shunt malfunction or worse? Correlation of CT/MR findings with Indium-111 Disodium Pentetate (In-111 DTPA) scans. (Scientific presentation at ASNR 2016)
Amount of Epidural Contrast after Fluoroscopically Guided Lumbar Myelograms is associated with Rate of Subsequent Blood Patch Treatment (presented at ASNR 2017).
A dissecting PCA aneurysm mimicking a Pineal mass and causing Obstructive hydrocephalus (presented at ASNR 2017).
Cervical thymoma presenting as thyroid mass(presented at ASNR 2017)
XLIF Technique- What radiologists need to know. November 2017.
Recipient of RSNACertificate of Merit Poster Award November 2017
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