Radiology Personnel

Carolyn Wang, M.D.

Associate Professor
Vice Chair, SCCA Imaging
Director, Body Imaging, SCCA
Co-Director, Intravenous Contrast Policy
Abdominal Imaging


Dr. Wang is an associate professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Washington. She also practices at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).

Dr. Wang earned her bachelor’s degree from Rice University and her medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas in 2003.

She completed her radiology residency at the University of Michigan and then completed an abdominal imaging fellowship at Duke University and a body imaging of cancer fellowship at the University of Washington.

Recent Publications

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Imaging of transgender patients: expected findings and complications of gender reassignment therapy
Shergill A., Camacho A., Horowitz J., Jha P., Ascher S., Berchmans E., Slama J., Nougaret S., Wasnik A., Robbins J., Dighe M., Wang C., Nimhuircheartaigh J., Phillips J., Menias C., Brook O.
Abdominal Radiology. 2019 Aug:2886-2898

Systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the diagnostic yield of dual-energy CT for renal mass assessment
Bellini D., Panvini N., Laghi A., Marin D., Patel B., Wang C., Carbone I., Mileto A.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 May:1044-1053

ACR Appropriateness Criteria ® Acute Onset of Scrotal Pain-Without Trauma, Without Antecedent Mass
Wang C., Aryal B., Oto A., Allen B., Akin O., Alexander L., Bardo D., Chong J., Froemming A., Fulgham P., Heller M., Maranchie J., Mody R., Patel B., Schieda N., Turkbey I., Venkatesan A., Yoo D., Lockhart M.
Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2019 May:S38-S43

Evaluation of diagnostic accuracy: multidetector CT image noise correction improves specificity of a Gaussian model-based algorithm used for characterization of incidental adrenal nodules
Clark T., Hsu L., Hippe D., Cowan S., Carnell J., Wang C.
Abdominal Radiology. 2019 Jan

Bridging the Radiation Oncology and Diagnostic Radiology Communication Gap: A Survey to Determine Usefulness and Optimal Presentation of Radiotherapy Treatment Plans for Radiologists
Schaub S., Ermoian R., Wang C., O'Malley R., Kim E., Shuman W., Hendrickson K., Apisarnthanarax S.
Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. 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

A checklist manifesto: Effectiveness of checklist use in hands-on simulation examining competency in contrast reaction management in a randomized controlled study
Parsian S., O’Malley R., Hippe D., Bush W., Bhargava P., Chen L., Wang C.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2018 Jul:W1-W12

Adnexal lesions detected on CT in postmenopausal females with non-ovarian malignancy: do simple cysts need follow-up?
Baheti A., Lewis C., Hippe D., O’Malley R., Wang C.
Abdominal Radiology. 2018 Jun:1-8

ACR Appropriateness Criteria®Pretreatment Staging of Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer
van der Pol C., Sahni V., Eberhardt S., Oto A., Akin O., Alexander L., Allen B., Coakley F., Froemming A., Fulgham P., Hosseinzadeh K., Maranchie J., Mody R., Schieda N., Schuster D., Venkatesan A., Wang C., Lockhart M.
Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2018 May:S150-S159

ACR Appropriateness Criteria®Post-treatment Follow-up Prostate Cancer
Froemming A., Verma S., Eberhardt S., Oto A., Alexander L., Allen B., Coakley F., Davis B., Fulgham P., Hosseinzadeh K., Porter C., Sahni V., Schuster D., Showalter T., Venkatesan A., Wang C., Remer E.
Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2018 May:S132-S149