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Specialist women's imaging

Dr. Saarah Khan

Senior Specialist


Women’s Imaging, Onco-Imaging, Ultrasound, and All Dopplers




 She completed her MBBS and MD Radio-diagnosis from Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore. She has ranked third for Paediatrics at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, Batch of 2016. She ranked at Vydehi institute of medical sciences, Batch of 2016 in MBBS. She ranked 2nd in Radiodiagnosis and Imaging at Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences, Batch of 2019. Dr. Khan is currently pursuing a Fellowship from the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) in the United Kingdom. 

She has been working at Aster CMI Hebbal for over 3.5 years now. She has reported a variety of X-rays, Mammograms, MRIs, CT scans and Special Procedures and she has extensively performed all types of Ultrasounds, Sonogram imaging, Dopplers including Intra-Operative Liver and Kidney Dopplers, with expertise in Trans-Vaginal Sonography, Obstetric imaging for high-risk pregnancy and Early Pregnancy/Dating Scans. Dr. Khan is proficient in diagnosing female Gynaecological conditions and in performing Abdominal, Paediatric, Transcranial, Small Organ ultrasounds & Doppler of peripheral body vessels. Moreover, she has extensively worked on and has a keen interest in specialist women's imaging and Onco-Imaging.


MBBS, MD Radiodiagnosis, (FRCR)

Awards & Recognitions

  • RGUHS 3rd Rank for Paediatrics, Batch of 2016

  • MBBS 2nd Rank at Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences, Batch of 2016. 

  • Radiodiagnosis and Imaging 2nd Rank at Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences, Batch of 2019. 

  • Certificate of Appreciation for contribution to Ultrasound, Doppler and Women's imaging, Aster CMI – Sep’22


  • Global LMIC Member - Non-training Royal College of Radiologists, UK

  • Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA)


  • Whole-body MRI with diffusion-weighted imaging-an alternative nonionizing imaging method in pre-therapeutic assessment and staging of Lymphomas

  • Utility of Chest Radiographs in Hospitalised COVID-19 Pneumonia Patients - Acta Scientific Cancer Biology 5.1 (2020)