Douglas Walled, MD

Diagnostic Radiology

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Diagnostic Radiology
Nuclear Radiology

Nuclear Medicine

3 Atrium Drive, Albany, NY, USA

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I am an enthusiastic science nerd become radiologist, subspecializing in advanced cardiac imaging, oncologic PET-CT, and nuclear medicine procedures.

Originally from the Midwest, I grew up in Cleveland, OH and moved to the east coast for medical school and training.

After working my first clinical job as an academic radiologist and educator in New York City, I moved upstate to Saratoga Springs to settle in.

My wife and I have two sons: 2 years old and 2 months old.


My passion for teaching radiology residents led me to found Dokter Doug Productions, LLC.

2020 saw our first week-long, comprehensive physics and nuclear medicine board review in the Northeast

We are building out the beta version of our teaching website and online course, with a goal to release in 2021.

We wish to change the face of of medical education, leveling opportunity across training programs with a focus on a 'learning should also be fun' approach.

Education

  • Amherst Public High School (Amherst, OH) - Diploma

  • Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) - Bachelor's degrees in Biology and Psychology with minors in Chemistry and English

  • Yale University School of Medicine (New Haven, CT) - MD

  • Research fellowship (1 yr) Yale-New Haven Hospital (New Haven, CT)

  • Mixed Medical and Surgical internship Yale-New Haven Hospital (New Haven, CT)

  • Nuclear Medicine residency; Authorized User of unsealed radioactive sources Yale-New Haven Hospital (New Haven, CT)

  • Diagnostic Radiology residency; Board Certified for clinical practice Yale-New Haven Hospital (New Haven, CT)

  • Fellowship in Advanced Cardiac and Body Imaging, Yale-New Haven Hospital (New Haven, CT)

Board Certifications

  • Diagnostic Radiology

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Douglas Walled, MD

4 months ago

Podcast

CAT Scans & Comic Books w/ Dr. Doug Walled

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Laparoscopic Surgery

The laparoscopic surgery is also called minimally invasive surgery. The reason it’s called that is because instead of the large incision with hands in the abdomen, there’s a series of small incisions made around the...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Symptoms

The most common symptom is abdominal pain. And we’ll talk about that in a little more detail in a few minutes, but first I want to take some time to talk about the other symptoms...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Testing

So after we’ve done the history and the physical and a blood test, if we’re still sort of going down this path where we think it might be an appendicitis, your next stop is going...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Treatment

So you had the symptoms, you went in, you got tested and now you’ve been diagnosed with acute appendicitis. So what are the treatment options? Oftentimes the first step is you’ll be given antibiotics. Remember...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Varying Symptoms and Emergency

People often ask, does everyone who has appendicitis had the same symptoms. And the answer to that is no, of course everybody’s different. Everybody experiences things including disease differently. So you could have appendicitis and...

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Douglas Walled, MD

8 months ago

Blog

What is this “CORONAVIRUS THING”?

Probably the #1 question I get from non-doctor friends is “So what is this ‘CORONAVIRUS THING,’ really?” It’s a great question, and you’d think it would be easy to find answers since the entire internet...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Laparoscopic Surgery

The laparoscopic surgery is also called minimally invasive surgery. The reason it’s called that is because instead of the large incision with hands in the abdomen, there’s a series of small incisions made around the...

Watch and Share
Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Symptoms

The most common symptom is abdominal pain. And we’ll talk about that in a little more detail in a few minutes, but first I want to take some time to talk about the other symptoms...

Watch and Share
Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Testing

So after we’ve done the history and the physical and a blood test, if we’re still sort of going down this path where we think it might be an appendicitis, your next stop is going...

Watch and Share
Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Treatment

So you had the symptoms, you went in, you got tested and now you’ve been diagnosed with acute appendicitis. So what are the treatment options? Oftentimes the first step is you’ll be given antibiotics. Remember...

Watch and Share
Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Varying Symptoms and Emergency

People often ask, does everyone who has appendicitis had the same symptoms. And the answer to that is no, of course everybody’s different. Everybody experiences things including disease differently. So you could have appendicitis and...

Watch and Share
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Douglas Walled, MD

8 months ago

Blog

What is this “CORONAVIRUS THING”?

Probably the #1 question I get from non-doctor friends is “So what is this ‘CORONAVIRUS THING,’ really?” It’s a great question, and you’d think it would be easy to find answers since the entire internet...

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