Radiology Personnel

Martin Gunn, M.B.Ch.B., FRANZCR

Professor
Medical Director of Informatics
Abdominal Imaging

Biography

Dr. Gunn is a professor of Radiology and the Medical Director of Informatics at the University of Washington. His areas of clinical and research interests include imaging of high-energy trauma, non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, new CT technologies, radiation dose reduction, CT/MRI contrast materials, and the use of text mining, machine learning and data analytics to improve the quality and efficiency of radiology services.

Recent Publications

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Society of abdominal radiology gastrointestinal bleeding disease-focused panel consensus recommendations for CTA technical parameters in the evaluation of acute overt gastrointestinal bleeding
Fidler J., Gunn M., Soto J., Brook O., Allen B., Guglielmo F., Grand D., Gee M., Wells M., Huete A., Khandalwal A., Sokhandon F., Ramalingam V., Al-Hawary M., LeBedis C., Park S.
Abdominal Radiology. 2019 Sep:2957-2962

Clinical and Payer-Based Analysis of Value of Dual-Energy Computed Tomography for Workup of Incidental Abdominal Findings
Itani M., Bresnahan B., Rice K., Gunn M., Wang S., Revels J., Mileto A.
Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 2019 Jul:605-611

Automated tracking of follow-up imaging recommendations
Mabotuwana T., Hall C., Hombal V., Pai P., Raghavan U., Regis S., McKee B., Dalal S., Wald C., Gunn M.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 Jun:1287-1294

Environmental Factors Predictive of No-Show Visits in Radiology: Observations of Three Million Outpatient Imaging Visits Over 16 Years
Mieloszyk R., Rosenbaum J., Hall C., Hippe D., Gunn M., Bhargava P.
Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2019 Apr:554-559

Diagnostic yield of non-invasive imaging in patients following non-traumatic out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest: A systematic review
Petek B., Erley C., Kudenchuk P., Carlbom D., Strote J., Gatewood M., Shuman W., Hira R., Gunn M., Maynard C., Branch K.
Resuscitation. 2019 Feb:183-190

Repeat CT performed within one month of CT conducted in the emergency department for abdominal pain: A secondary analysis of data from a prospective multicenter study
Lee L., Reisner A., Binder W., Zaheer A., Gunn M., Linnau K., Miller C., Herring M., Tramontano A., Kambadakone A., Catalano O., Harisinghani M., Halpern E., Donelan K., Gazelle G., Pandharipande P.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 Feb:382-385

Determining Follow-Up Imaging Study Using Radiology Reports
Dalal S., Hombal V., Weng W., Mankovich G., Mabotuwana T., Hall C., Fuller J., Lehnert B., Gunn M.
Journal of Digital Imaging. 2019 Jan

CT detectability of small low-contrast hypoattenuating focal lesions: Iterative reconstructions versus filtered back projection
Mileto A., Zamora D., Alessio A., Pereira C., Liu J., Bhargava P., Carnell J., Cowan S., Dighe M., Gunn M., Kim S., Kolokythas O., Lee J., Maki J., Moshiri M., Nasrullah A., O'Malley R., Schmiedl U., Soloff E., Toia G., Wang C., Kanal K.
Radiology. 2018 Nov:443-454

Pericardial rupture and cardiac herniation in blunt trauma
Verma N., Robinson J., Gunn M.
Radiology Case Reports. 2018 Jun:573-575

Determining Adherence to Follow-up Imaging Recommendations
Mabotuwana T., Hombal V., Dalal S., Hall C., Gunn M.
Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2018 Mar:489