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HKU ResearcherPage: Wong, CS
 
Dr Wong, Chun Sing
黃鎮昇
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  • Clinical Assistant Professor
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  • 2255 3308
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Dr Wong, Chun Sing
黃鎮昇
Title
  • Clinical Assistant Professor
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 Biography

Over the last few years, Dr CS Wong has become more focused on musculoskeletal radiology following extensive works on the various aspects of MRI and oncological imaging.  His previous research works are focused on medical imaging in which modalities such as MRI and tumor imaging by PET-CT etc were covered and he has more than 35 publications in local and international peer-reviewed medical journals. His relevant research works in MRI include imaging of various disease entities, MR contrast reactions and MR imaging of cord compression etc. Research grants for studying T1 rho sequences in MRI for cartilaginous injury and tumor imaging by PET-CT have also been received.

 
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