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Mutala TM, Tole NM, Kimani NM. "Characterisation of hepatobiliary lesions in an African referral hospital: initial MDCT dose challenges." Cancer Imaging . 2015;2015(15):7.
Koh DM, Kaste SC, Vinnicombe SJ, Mutala TM, et al. "Proceedings of the International Cancer Imaging Society (ICIS) 16th Annual Teaching Course." Cancer Imaging. 2016;16(28):1-40.
Mutala TM, Maina PN. "Evaluating Factors Affecting Clinicians’ Knowledge on Contrast Media: Kenyan Experience." Journal of Global Radiology. 2017;3(1):Art 1.
Mutala TM, Lazaro E, Odhiambo AO, Kimani NM. "Positive predictive value of prostatic multiparametric MRI in patients with high PSA levels: Nairobi experience." Cancer Imaging. 2017;17(Supp 1):29.
Gecaga W, Mwango G MT. "Knowledge on ionizing radiation among non-radiologist clinicians at Kenyatta National Hospital – Kenya." East African Medical Journal . 2018;95(1):1108-1115.
Mutala TM, Kimatu DM MOKRJBP. "MRI Assessment of Lymphadenopathy in Patients with Cancer of the Cervix and HIV Co-morbidity." Cancer Imaging. 2018;18(Suppl 1):22.
M SM, AA A, CK O, IM M, TM M. ") Utility of sonohysterography in evaluation of patients with abnormal uterine bleeding." Biochem. Pharmacol.. 2018;2(1).
Bashaeb MO, Mutala TM, Muriithi IM. "Pattern of ultrasonographic findings of disorders of the ankle joint complex in patients presenting with ankle pain at the department of diagnostic imaging, university of Nairobi." Pan Afr Med J. 2018;31:116. Abstract

the ankle joint is a frequently injured joint. It is also affected by inflammatory, infectious and tumoral lesions. Ultrasound is a safe and cost-effective imaging tool when evaluating the ankle joint, as most structures are superficial and accessible. The aim of the study was to determine the pattern of ultrasonographic findings of disorders of the ankle joint complex in patients presenting with ankle pain.

Mutala TM, Onyambu CK, Aywak AA. "Radiology practice in sub-Saharan Africa during the COVID-19 outbreak: points to consider." Pan African Medical Journal. 2020;37(28):doi: 10.11604/pamj.2020.37.28.23081.

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