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Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

Emeritus, UC Department of Radiology

513-636-8552

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My Biography & Research

Biography

Alan E. Oestreich, MD, received his AB from Princeton University and his MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Dr. Oestreich's radiology training was at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester. Dr. Oestreich is in charge of the teaching program for fourth-year medical students. His special areas of interest include orthopaedic radiology, metabolic disease, dysphasia, conventional pediatric radiology, perception, as well as mathematical applications in radiology.

Dr. Oestreich is co-author of the textbook Atlas of Pediatric Orthopaedic Radiology, author of Pediatric Radiology -- Medical Outline Series, and serves as pediatric radiology editor for Yearbook of Diagnostic Radiology.

Clinical Interests

Bone radiology; conventional radiology

Research Interests

Bone growth; metabolic bone disease

Academic Affiliation

Emeritus, UC Department of Radiology

Divisions

Radiology, Radiology

My Education

MD: Johns Hopkins University; School of Medicine; Baltimore, MD, 1965.

Residency: Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY, 1966-69.

Certification: Radiology, 1970; Pediatric Radiology, 2004.

My Publications

Homozygous missense variant in BMPR1A resulting in BMPR signaling disruption and syndromic features. Russell, BE; Rigueur, D; Weaver, KN; Sund, K; Basil, JS; Hufnagel, RB; Prows, CA; Oestreich, A; AlGazali, L; Hopkin, RJ; et al. Molecular Genetics and Genomic Medicine. 2019; 7.

Selective rickets from localized advanced maturationa case report. Oestreich, AE. Skeletal Radiology: journal of radiology, pathology and orthopedics. 2019; 48:1289-1291.

Pediatric Radiology. Wernovsky, G; Krishna, K; Anderson, RH; Mussato, KA; Tweddell, JS; Redington, A; Tretter, J. In: Osborn AG, Ed. Year Book of Diagnostic Radiology 2011. Philadelphia: Elsevier/Mosby; 2019.

Distinguishing child abuse fractures from rickets. Oestreich, AE. Pediatric Radiology: roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI. 2018; 48:305-307.

Recognizing child abuse in radiology. Oestreich, AE; Caré, MM. Springer International Publishing.

Bowdler spur also found in camptomelic dysplasia. Oestreich, AE. Pediatric Radiology: roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI. 2016; 46:300-300.

Normal spinous process metaphyseal-equivalent lucency simulating infant abuse fractures. Oestreich, AE; Anton, CG. Skeletal Radiology: journal of radiology, pathology and orthopedics. 2015; 44:1519-1522.

Concave distal end of ulna metaphysis alone is not a sign of rickets. Oestreich, AE. Pediatric Radiology: roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI. 2015; 45:998-1000.

Concave distal end of ulna metaphysis alone is not a sign of rickets. Oestreich, AE. Pediatric Radiology: roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI. 2015; 45:998-1000.