Adam Zoga, MD

Dr. Zoga has been with the musculoskeletal radiology section at Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 2002 after completing his MD degree at Georgetown University and residency training at Boston University Medical Center. He holds the academic rank of Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology, and serves as the Director of Musculoskeletal MRI, the Director of Ambulatory Imaging Centers, and the Program Director for the Musculoskeletal and Combined MRI Radiology Fellowships. Dr. Zoga has authored or coauthored more than 40 scientific papers and book chapters, and has over 50 scientific presentations or scientific exhibits at specialty and subspecialty meetings to his credit, including refresher courses on MRI of Shoulder Sports Injuries, MRI of core muscle injuries and Imaging of the Hip in Sports Injury at the RSNA and RSNA Highlights meetings. He serves on the editorial board of Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology and has been a course director for the annual Jefferson Musculoskeletal Imaging Symposium since 2004. Dr. Zoga is a 2-time winner of the Judy Dubbs Memorial research award at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Dr. Zoga’s current areas of special interest include core muscle injuries, meniscal biomechanics and shoulder instability. He was awarded best paper at the Society of Skeletal Radiology annual meeting in 2007 for, The Sports Hernia: what is it? How do I image it? What are its confounders?, which led to manuscripts on the topic in Radiology in June, 2008 and in Radiographics in September, 2008, as well as best educational course speaker at the annual proceedings of the American Roentgen Ray Society in 2009 for his review on imaging core muscle injuries.

Radiology - General Diagnostic
Radiology – Musculoskeletal

Associate Professor of Radiology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

MD, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Boston University Medical Center Hospital

Abington Memorial Hospital

Recent Publications
Frequency, imaging findings, risk factors, and long-term sequelae of distal clavicular osteolysis in young patients

ACR appropriateness criteria acute trauma to the ankle

Acromial apophysiolysis: Superior shoulder pain and acromial nonfusion in the young throwing athlete

ACR appropriateness criteria acute hip pain - Suspected fracture

Acute calcific tendinitis of the flexor pollicis longus in an 8-year-old boy

Imaging of athletic pubalgia and core muscle injuries. Clinical and therapeutic Correlations

Magnetic resonance imaging of athletic pubalgia and the sports hernia: Current understanding and practice

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