Dr. Gordon Andrews

Dr. Gordon Andrews

  • Medical Degrees, other degrees: MD, FRCP
  • Board certification: Board Certified in Canada, ABR Neuroradiology certificate
  • Internship: Internship Royal Columbian Hospital 2000
  • Residency: University of Saskatchewan – Radiology Residency 1995-2000
  • Fellowship: UBC – MRI 2000-2001
  • Sub-specialty and interests: MSK, MRI
  • University Appointment: Clinical Associate Professor, MRI Fellowship Director
  • Hospital Appointment: Head of Combined Specialties Imaging (CSI)
  • Recent / Notable Publications:
    • Bining J, Andrews G, Forster BB.  The ABC’s of the anterior cruciate ligament:  A primer for magnetic  resonance assessment of the normal, injured and surgically repaired anterior cruciate ligament.  Br J Sports Med. 2009 Nov;43(11):856-62
    • Cheng AL, King C, Lloyd-Smith DR, Andrews G, Forster BB.  19 year old male with acute knee pain and swelling, with two year history of recurrent similar symptoms. Br J Sports Med 2009; 43(12): 957-8.
    • Chingkoe C, White J, Louis L, Andrews G, Forster BB. Rotator Cuff Troublemakers: Pitfalls of MRI and Ultrasound.  Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine Dec 2009, Vol 2010:1
    • Kai B, Lee K, Andrews G, Wilkinson M, Forster BB. Puck to Pubalgia: Imaging of Groin Pain in Professional Hockey Players.  Can Assoc Radiol J; Can Assoc Radiol J Feb 2010
    • Bining H, Santos R, Andrews G, Forster BB.  Can T2 relaxation values and color maps be used to detect chondral damage utilizing subchondral bone marrow edema as a marker?  Skeletal Radiology Vol 38:5, May 2009