||Amherst College, BA Magna Cum Laude English, 1996.
Case Western Reserve, MD, 2002.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Radiology Residency, 2007.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Musculoskeletal Fellowship, 2008.
|Medical / Graduate School
||Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
||University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
|Clinical / Post-doctoral Fellowship
||Radiological Society of North America
American College of Radiology
Society of Skeletal Radiology
||Utility of Platelet-rich Plasma for various sports injury applications.
Implication of MR findings for clinical orthopedic practice.
||MR and Ultrasound imaging of sports injuries.
Emerging MR techniques for rheumatoid arthritis.
MR spectroscopy for MSK tumor characterization
||1. Borrero CG, McCook B; Mountz J, Indium-111 Pentetreotide Imaging of Carcinoid Tumor of the Thymus. Clinical Nuclear Medicine. 30(4): 218-221, April 2005.
2.Borrero CG, Bencherif B. Fusion of Somatostatin Analogue Scintigraphic and Computed Tomographic Images for Optimal Localization of a Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor and Review of the Literature. Recently submitted to Clinical Nuclear Medicine.
3.Borrero CG, Zajko A. Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations: Clinical Features, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Journal of Radiology Nursing, June 2006.
4.Borrero CG, Maxwell N, Kavanagh E. MRI findings of prepatellar Morel-Lavallee effusions. Skeletal Radiology, 37: 451-455, 2008.
5.Lohman M, Borrero C, Casagranda B, Rafiee B, Towers J. Posterior transtriceps approach for elbow arthrogramA forgotten technique? [Epub ahead of print]; Skel Radiol 2009, 38(5), 513..
6.Borrero CG, Casagranda BU, Towers, JD, Bradley JP. Magnetic resonance appearance of posterosuperior labral peel back during humeral abduction and external rotation. Skeletal Radiology: Volume 39, Issue 1 (2010), pp19. (Epub ahead of print, June 2009).
7.Borrero CG, Mountz JM, Mountz JD. Emerging methods for MRI imaging of rheumatoid arthritis. Nature Reviews Rheumatology 7, 85-95 (February 2011).
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