Ian Cassell, MD
Dr. Ian Cassell is a radiology specialist from Phoenix, Arizona that has more than 25 years of experience in the medical field. His major specialty is diagnostic radiology. Other areas of expertise are general radiology and pediatric radiology. Dr. Cassell graduated the medical school from Medical College of Pennsylvania. He continued his formation with an internship at University of Massachusetts, a residency in radiology at Westchester Medical Center and a fellowship at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology both for diagnostic radiology and pediatric radiology. Dr. Casell can praise himself for his membership in various health organizations like the American College of Radiology and the Society of Pediatric Radiology. Mr. Cassell has also been involved in research and some of the publications he contributed to are focused on topics like angina pectoris and propranolol treatment. Dr. Ian Cassell is currently affiliated with the Phoenix Children's Hospital and Saint Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center.
Medical College Of Pennslyvania Graduated in 1986
University Of Massachusetts Medical Ctr Med School Completed in 1987
New York Medical College Completed in 1991
Children\'s Hospital Of Philadelphia Completed in 1993
American Board of Radiology - Diagnostic Radiology
American Board of Radiology - Pediatric Radiology
High dose propranolol in the treatment of angina pectoris: relationship of dose to blood levels and hemodynamic consequences
Zito, R. A., Cassell, I., Cunningham, M., Gradman, A. H., Ross, A. M., Zaret, B. L.; Yale J Biol Med. 1980 May 01.See more >>
Diagnostic imaging: special needs of older patients.
Berkowitz, J. F., Cassell, I.; Geriatrics. 1992 Mar.See more >>
Cost-effective imaging approach to the nonbilious vomiting infant.
Mandell, G. A., Wolfson, P. J., Adkins, E. S., Caro, P. A., Cassell, I., Finkelstein, M. S., Grissom, L. E., Gross, G. W., Harcke, H. T., Katz, A. L., Murphy, S. G., N...; Pediatrics. 1999 Jun.See more >>
American College of Radiology