University of Rochester Resident Travels to India for Research Elective Sponsored by Medical Imaging Partnership
Medical Imaging Partnership is proud to announce our recent partnership with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi, India. This winter from January to February 2019, Medical Imaging Partnership sponsored the University of Rochester resident Alison Matich’s visit to this hospital. During her stay in India, Dr. Matich conducted an independent research investigation into idiopathic granulomatous mastitis. Granulomatous diseases of the breast are more common in India. Clinically these granulomatous diseases are indistinguishable from inflammatory breast cancer. Her research centered on using breast MRI to characterize granulomatous diseases of the breast. A publication of her results is currently forthcoming. The trip was a success, and we look forward to continuing this fruitful partnership far into the future.
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