Introducing Dr. Angela Noto
Noto, Angela: /n/ doctor of radiology. loves arthrography. and books, and languages and travel and theater and family and dogs…
We really like working with Dr. Angela Noto. As a lover of many things it’s easy to enjoy her company – pick a topic and she’s got something interesting to add. (Try it: Blackhawks to Jayhawks; classical music to Maroon 5; mysteries to biographies – and sci-fi… we recommend getting her started on our national parks though.)
Being the radiology geeks we are (did we just say geeks? we meant to say experts) we decided to get her talking about arthrography. And not just because she has the rare talent of being able to pronounce it, but because she has the truly rare skill of excelling in that field. Arthrography is a nuanced area of radiology.
What is it? Arthrography is the study of the cartilage and tendons to evaluate how they are in terms of tears or thinning using an injection of contrast into the joint space. It takes a gentle hand and a comforting bedside manner. In other words, you want your doctor to be skilled, smart AND nice. If you’ve got that, you’re golden. And Dr. Noto is, to us, gold.
We’d like to give her the floor for a short while and will be rolling out a series of videos by her about this subject. An interesting topic from an interesting woman. Roll camera…
Originally published 8/6/13 on diagnosticimagingcenterskc.com.