Dr. Dorota Linda completed medical school at the University of Manitoba, diagnostic radiology residency at McMaster University, and a fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging at the University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Linda is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC) and an active member in the Society of Skeletal Radiology (SSR) and the International Skeletal Society (ISS).
She is currently appointed as Assistant Professor of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto. Her clinical work focuses on multimodality imaging of musculoskeletal disorders, including bone and soft tumours, rheumatologic diseases, and sports injuries. She is a Certified Clinical Densitometrist (CCD) from the International Society for Clinical Densitometry (ISCD).
Outside of the hospital, Dr. Linda loves to lift weights, travel, snowboard, hike challenging terrain, road cycle, bake sourdough, and express her creativity through interior design and painting.
- Bone Tumors: Imaging Features of Common and Rare Benign Entities
Benign primary bone tumors are far more common than their malignant counterpart and are encountered in everyday practice. Imaging plays a crucial […]
- Inter-surgeon variability in the identification of clock face landmarks when placing suture anchors in arthroscopic Bankart repair
BACKGROUND: The accuracy of surgeons in utilizing the clock face method for anchor placement has never been investigated. Our hypothesis was that […]
- Isolated peroneal tenosynovial lipoma arborescens: multimodality imaging features
Synovial lipoma arborescens is a rare and benign fatty proliferative lesion of the synovium that is most commonly seen within the suprapatellar pouch […]
- Accuracy of non-arthrographic 3T MR imaging in evaluation of intra-articular pathology of the hip in femoroacetabular impingement
CONCLUSION: Non-arthrographic 3-T MR imaging is a highly accurate technique for evaluation of the labrum and cartilage in patients with clinically […]
- MR imaging of the spine and sacroiliac joints for spondyloarthritis: influence on clinical diagnostic confidence and patient management
CONCLUSION: MR imaging of the spine and sacroiliac joints significantly influences the diagnostic confidence of rheumatologists regarding clinical […]
- Radiology-pathology conference: cutaneous angiosarcoma of the leg
Cutaneous angiosarcoma is a rare aggressive vascular neoplasm with a poor prognosis, seen usually in the elderly population in a background of […]
- MRI of the metatarsophalangeal joints: improved assessment with toe traction and MR arthrography
CONCLUSION: The combination of toe traction and MR arthrography is perceived to be superior in the articular cartilage and plantar plate evaluation.
- The utility of multidetector computed tomography for detection of parathyroid disease in the setting of primary hyperparathyroidism
CONCLUSIONS: Contrast-enhanced MDCT demonstrated an 88% positive predictive value for localizing adenomatous and hyperplastic parathyroid glands. The […]
- Multimodality imaging of peripheral neuropathies of the upper limb and brachial plexus
The peripheral nerves of the upper limb are affected by a number of entrapment and compression neuropathies. These discrete syndromes involve the […]
- Hippocampus abdominalis
- Bilateral tight swollen legs: diagnosis and discussion
- Mechanism of the elevation in cardiolipin during HeLa cell entry into the S-phase of the human cell cycle
CL (cardiolipin) is a key phospholipid involved in ATP generation. Since progression through the cell cycle requires ATP we examined regulation of CL […]