Dr. John Mongan graduated the medical school from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and did his internship at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Group. He completed his residency program at the UCSF and is now both specialized and board certified in diagnostic radiology. Dr. Mogan has been in practice for more than 6 years and is affiliated with the UCSF Medical Center. During his career, he has also published four writings of medical interest in collaboration with other doctors.
University of California San Diego
Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
American Board of Radiology
In vivo comparison of tantalum, tungsten, and bismuth enteric contrast agents to complement intravenous iodine for double-contrast dual-energy CT of the bowel.
Rathnayake, S.,Mongan, J.,Torres, A. S.,Colborn, R.,Gao, D. W.,Yeh, B. M.,Fu, Y.; Contrast Media Mol Imaging. 2016 Feb 20.See more >>
Extravasated Contrast Material in Penetrating Abdominopelvic Trauma: Dual-Contrast Dual-Energy CT for Improved Diagnosis--Preliminary Results in an Animal Model.
Mongan, J.,Rathnayake, S.,Fu, Y.,Gao, D. W.,Yeh, B. M.; Radiology. 2013 Sep.See more >>
Pancreatic imaging mimics: part 1, imaging mimics of pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
Coakley, F. V., Hanley-Knutson, K., Mongan, J., Barajas, R., Bucknor, M., Qayyum, A.; AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Aug.See more >>
Radiological Society of North America