Glynis A. Sacks-Sandler, M.B.B.Ch.

Radiology & Radiological Sciences
Associate Professor
Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
Delivery Address
3319 West End Ave, Suite 650

Glynis Sacks, MBBCh, completed residencies at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in both Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology. She was the first dedicated sonologist in the Nashville area. For over thirty years, Dr. Sacks has focused on women's imaging.

Section: Women's Imaging


Sacks GA, Fleisher AC. Sonography of normal and abnormal pregnancy. Perinatology. 1987; ((September/October 1987)).

Sacks GA, Fleischer AC. Sonography of normal and abnormal pregnancy. Applied Radiology. 1987; ((September 1987)).

Sacks GA, Fleisher AC. Sonographic evaluation of early pregnancy. Contmeporary Diagnostic Radiology. 1986; 9((22)): 1-6.

Shaff MI, Himmelfarb E, Sacks GA, Burks DD, Kulkarni MV. The whirl sign; a CT finding in volvulus of the large bowel. J Comp Assisted Tomography. 1985; 9((2)): 410.

Sandler MP, Sacks GA, Kulkarni MV, Shaff MI. Detection of metastatic liver disease with Tc 99m MMA during a thromoscintigram/lung scan. Clin Nucl Med. 1985; ((10)): 222.

Sandler MP, Patton JA, Sacks GA, Shaff MI, Partain CL. Evaluation of Intrathoracic goiter with I-123 scintigraphy and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging. J Nucl Med. 1984; ((25)): 874-6.

Forman MB, Sandler MP, Sacks GA, Kronenberg M, Powers TA. Technetium 99m pyrophosphate imaging in myocardial sarcoidosis. Chest. 1983; ((83)): 578.

Sandler MP, Sacks GA, Linde RB. The CT detection of thymic hyperplasia in association with thyrotoxicosis. Journal of Computed Radiology. 1983; ((7)): 365.

Sacks GA, Sandler MP, Born ML, Clanton JA, Franklin JD, Partain CL. Lymphoscintigraphy as an adjunctive procedure in the peri-operative assessment of patients undergoing microlymphaticovenous anatomosis. Clin Nucl Med. 1983; ((3)): 309.

Sacks GA, Mitchell M, Fleischer AC, Sandler MP. Scintigraphic and sonographic findings of a mesoblatic nephroma, case report. Clin Nucl Med. 1983; ((8)): 252.

Sacks GA, Sandler MP, Partain CL. Renal allograft recovery subsequent to apparent "hyperacute" rejection based on clinical, scintigraphic and pathologic criteria. J Clin Nucl Med. 1983; ((8)): 60.