Amy Mehollin-Ray, MD
My primary interests are resident and fellow education, fetal ultrasound and MR imaging, and pediatric ultrasound. In 2011, my work in education was recognized by the graduating radiology resident class at Baylor College of Medicine, who honored me with their Teacher of the Year award. My research focuses on fetal imaging, particularly imaging of congenital diaphragmatic hernia and lung malformations. The aim of fetal imaging is to provide as much information as possible to the parents and fetal care specialists before delivery to allow for the best possible delivery and post-natal care, and my research is centered on that goal with the intent to identify more ways that fetal imaging can improve post-natal outcome.
Metwalli ZA, Guillerman RP, Mehollin-Ray AR, Schlesinger AE. Imaging features of intravesical urachal cysts in children. Pediatric Radiology 2013 Feb 1 (epub ahead of print). PMID: 23370693.
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