Dominick Fleischmann, MD
Dr. Dominik Fleischmann is a Professor of Radiology, Chief of Cardiovascular Imaging, Director of Computed Tomography, and Medical Director of the Stanford Radiology 3D Lab. Dr. Fleischmann trained in Vienna, Austria, and did a 2-year research fellowship in 98/99 in the Stanford 3D Lab, from where he went back to Vienna to build his own research group, which receives federal funding to this date. Prior to returning to Stanford as a faculty in 2002, he was an Associate Professor and Vice Section Chief in the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Division at the University of Vienna, Austria.
Dr. Fleischmann is an internationally known expert in the fields of Computed Tomography, Contrast Medium Application, Non-invasive Cardiovascular Imaging using CT and MRI, and Image post-processing. He has authored numerous research papers, reviews, and book chapters in this field, and is an associate editor of European Radiology, and Radiology (cardiac section).
2016 Presentations & Workshops
Session: Hot Topics for Technologists Workshop
Weight Based Injection Strategies for CTA and CTV
Cardiovascular Imaging Protocols | Simple Solutions to Common Problems
Session: Contrast Enhancement | Tuesday June 21st, 2016
Low Contrast May Be More Harmful than Standard Contrast in TAVR Patients| Presented by Dominika Suchá | Stanford University
Session: Vascular | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016
Determining When to Treat Uncomplicated Type B Aortic Dissection
Interpreting a Runoff-CTA Efficiently
Session: Acquisition and Protocol | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016
Session: Image Management | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016
Debate: 3D Post Processing Should Be Done by Both a Radiology Technologist and a Radiologist