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Eric Aaltonen

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology

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Education

2003-2007 — Northwestern Univ Medical School, Medical Education
2007-2008 — Evanston Hospital (Transitional), Internship
2008-2010 — University of Illinois at Chicago (Diagnostic Radiology), Residency Training
2010-2012 — NYU School of Medicine (Diagnostic Radiology), Residency Training
2012-2013 — University of California, San Fran (Vascular & Interventional Radiology), Clinical Fellowships

Patient Recall Imaging in the Ambulatory Setting
Gyftopoulos, Soterios; Kim, Danny; Aaltonen, Eric; Horwitz, Leora I. Patient Recall Imaging in the Ambulatory Setting. American journal of roentgenology (1976). 2016 Feb 11;206(4):787-791 (2044902)

Inferior vena cava filter retrieval: A retrospective multicenter experience with three nonpermanent filter types
Lamparello, N; Aaltonen, E. Inferior vena cava filter retrieval: A retrospective multicenter experience with three nonpermanent filter types [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of vascular & interventional radiology. 2016 March 2016;27(3):S15-S16 (2094952)

Inferior vena cava filter placement in the fluoroscopy suite and the operating room: Cost, efficacy, and safety
Neill, M; Charles, H; Aaltonen, E; Deipolyi, A. Inferior vena cava filter placement in the fluoroscopy suite and the operating room: Cost, efficacy, and safety [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of vascular & interventional radiology. 2016 March 2016;27(3):S102-S102 (2094902)

CT pulmonary angiography of adult pulmonary vascular diseases: Technical considerations and interpretive pitfalls
Taslakian, Bedros; Latson, Larry A; Truong, Mylene T; Aaltonen, Eric; Shiau, Maria C; Girvin, Francis; Alpert, Jeffrey B; Wickstrom, Maj; Ko, Jane P. CT pulmonary angiography of adult pulmonary vascular diseases: Technical considerations and interpretive pitfalls. European journal of radiology. 2016 Nov;85(11):2049-2063 (2287582)

Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) creation for refractory ascites: Post-TIPS gradient best predictor of clinical outcome
Wu, S; Farquharson, S; Gross, J S; Aaltonen, E T; Sridhar, D; Kovacs, S; Bryk, H; Teperman, L; Park, J S; Sigal, S; Charles, H; Deipolyi, A R. Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) creation for refractory ascites: Post-TIPS gradient best predictor of clinical outcome [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of vascular & interventional radiology. 2015 February 2015;26(2):S92-S92 (1514772)