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

Areas of Expertise

  • Cardiac Imaging

  • Advanced Body Imaging

  • Nuclear Medicine Procedures

  • PET/CT

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

Videos

Radiology Department – Nuclear Medicine Physician

Often referred to more simply in medical circles as nukes or nuke med, nuclear medicine is kind of a shift away from traditional radiology. So most traditional radiology techniques, CAT scan, ultrasound, MRI, uses an...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

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Radiology Department – Interventional Radiologist

These IR docs are somewhere on the spectrum between a radiologist and a surgeon. IR doctors usually do one to two years of additional fellowship training after the radiology residency. There is such a high...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

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Radiation – X-ray to CT Scan

Just how much radiation am I really getting from medical x-rays and CT scans? Let’s review the things required for radiation to cause short-term injuries and long-term effects, and then compare that to medical radiation....

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

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Radiation – Radiation Injury from X-ray or CT scan

What’s the actual chance of getting a significant radiation injury from having an x-ray taken or a CT scan performed for medical reasons? Well, let me answer this question in a relatively oversimplified, perhaps even...

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Douglas Walled, MD

5 months ago

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Douglas Walled – Video Business Card

Hi, I’m Douglas Walled, a diagnostic radiologist and nuclear medicine physician who works in upstate New York. I went to Yale Medical School in new Haven, Connecticut, and I stayed there for my training in...

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Douglas Walled, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Radiology Department – Preparation for X-ray

You don’t really do much in terms of preparation for an x-ray. You go in and the technologist will give you all of the instructions at the time of the exam to know what to...

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Douglas Walled, MD

7 months ago

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Radiology Department – CT Scan Results

Well, what you should expect from a CT scan is to be on a table and have that table go into a machine that’s a very large metallic donut. The tests are very quick, so...

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Douglas Walled, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Radiology Department – X-Ray

X-ray is almost like a photograph that uses x-rays instead of light to take a picture of a part of your body. Let’s take an example of your hand. What we would do is take...

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Douglas Walled, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Radiology Department – Preparation for CT Scan

Well, CT scans can cover a lot of ground. For a lot of CT scans, there is basically no preparation. You just walk into the radiology department, register, go back, get your scan, and then...

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Douglas Walled, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Radiology Department – CT Scan

A CAT scan or a CT scan is a type of medical imaging exam that you would get in a radiology department, which shows us the inside of your body without ever having to open...

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