Number of meta-analyses: 1

Number of registries: 1

Project Description:

I am a third-year radiology resident doctor at Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Hospital in Budapest, Hungary. My interest in gastrointestinal radiology is based on my early successes during residency training when I have been exposed to a wide range of internal medicine pathologies. I prefer CT and MRI of the radiological modalities; however, I have extensive experience in transabdominal ultrasound diagnostics too. My work at the TMC PhD program focuses on the role of CT imaging in acute pancreatitis severity prediction. My first project is a systematic review and meta-analysis, the subject of the study is the prevalence of splanchnic venous thrombosis in the early phase of acute pancreatitis in the literature. The second project is an analysis of the Hungarian Acute Pancreatitis Registry, I will be looking into the relationship between CT-calculated body composition metrics and acute pancreatitis severity and outcomes.