Dorothy Shum, MD
- Associate Professor, Radiology
Dorothy Shum, MD, is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Ultrasound Section in the Department of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco. She is fellowship trained in abdominal imaging with additional subspecialty training in ultrasound. Dr. Shum received her medical degree from Brown Medical School, Rhode Island in 2005, and completed her residency at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Department of Diagnostic Imaging in Los Angles, California in 2010, followed by a fellowship in Advanced Body Imaging at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Los Angeles in 2011.
Clinically, Dr. Shum’s time is divided between UCSF and SFGH where she practices diagnostic ultrasound, obstetrical care including participation with the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center assisting in imaged-guided procedures and intraoperative localization. She is the co-author of a significant publication that has appeared in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Strachowski LM, Choi HH, Shum DJ, Horrow MM. Pearls and Pitfalls in Imaging of Pelvic Adnexal Torsion: Seven Tips to Tell It's Twisted. Radiographics. 2021 May-Jun; 41(3):E97. PubMed
Strachowski LM, Choi HH, Shum DJ, Horrow MM. Pearls and Pitfalls in Imaging of Pelvic Adnexal Torsion: Seven Tips to Tell It's Twisted. Radiographics. 2021 Mar-Apr; 41(2):625-640. PubMed
Vyas S, Choi HH, Whetstone S, Jha P, Poder L, Shum DJ. Ultrasound features help identify patients who can undergo noninvasive management for suspected retained products of conception: a single institutional experience. Abdom Radiol (NY). 2021 06; 46(6):2729-2739. PubMed
Chapman MC, Soares BP, Li Y, Shum DJ, Glenn OA, Glastonbury CM, Courtier JL. Congenital Oral Masses: An Anatomic Approach to Diagnosis. Radiographics. 2019 Jul-Aug; 39(4):1143-1160. PubMed
Shum DJ, Clifton MS, Coakley FV, Hornberger LK, Joe BN, Goldstein RB, Harrison MR. Prenatal tracheal obstruction due to double aortic arch: a potential mimic of congenital high airway obstruction syndrome. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007 Jan; 188(1):W82-5. PubMed
Nakanishi A, Shum D, Morioka H, Otsuka E, Kasamatsu H. Interaction of the Vp3 nuclear localization signal with the importin alpha 2/beta heterodimer directs nuclear entry of infecting simian virus 40. J Virol. 2002 Sep; 76(18):9368-77. PubMed
Li PP, Nakanishi A, Shum D, Sun PC, Salazar AM, Fernandez CF, Chan SW, Kasamatsu H. Simian virus 40 Vp1 DNA-binding domain is functionally separable from the overlapping nuclear localization signal and is required for effective virion formation and full viability. J Virol. 2001 Aug; 75(16):7321-9. PubMed