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Dr Monica Khanna

Radiology

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Profile Summary

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) MB BS (Hons) MRCS FRCR

Special Interests

Musculoskeletal imaging, Musculoskeletal intervention

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Professional Biography

Dr Monica Khanna is a dedicated full time Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

She has completed a Musculoskeletal Fellowship in Toronto Canada covering all aspect of musculoskeletal and sports injury imaging. She has developed a musculoskeletal Fellowship program at Imperial College for radiology trainees. Interests include musculoskeletal intervention and all aspects of musculoskeletal imaging. {{ label }}

Recent and current appointments:
• Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Publications, lectures and teaching:
• Dr Khanna has co authored two books and contributed to the MSK literature widely.
• She is a regular lecturer and teacher on regional, National and International courses in Radiology, sports and exercise medicine, rheumatology and orthopaedics.
• She has multiple abstract contributions at national and international radiological meetings.

Society memberships:
• British Society of Skeletal Radiologists
• European Society of Skeletal Radiologist
• Royal College of Radiologists
• Royal College of Surgeons

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