Mark P. Bernstein

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Mark Bernstein

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Radiology
NYU Radiology Associates

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462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016


Emergency Imaging after a Mass Casualty Incident: role of the radiology department during training for and activation of a Disaster Management Plan
Berger, Ferco H; Korner, Markus; Bernstein, Mark P; Sodickson, Aaron D; Beenen, Ludo F; McLaughlin, Patrick D; Kool, Digna R; Bilow, Ronald M. Emergency Imaging after a Mass Casualty Incident: role of the radiology department during training for and activation of a Disaster Management Plan. British journal of radiology. 2016 Feb 8;89(1061):20150984-20150984 (1922082)

Imaging of Spine Trauma
Dane, Bari; Bernstein, Mark P. Imaging of Spine Trauma. Seminars in roentgenology. 2016 Jul;51(3):180-202 (2136672)

Tension pneumoperitoneum caused by blunt thoracic trauma
Webman, R; Rosenzweig, M; Bholat, O; Bernstein, M; Todd, S R; Frangos, S G. Tension pneumoperitoneum caused by blunt thoracic trauma. Trauma (London, England). 2014 January;16(1):56-59 (752802)

The (f)utility of flexion-extension C-spine films in the setting of trauma
Sim, Vasiliy; Bernstein, Mark P; Frangos, Spiros G; Wilson, Chad T; Simon, Ronald J; McStay, Christopher M; Huang, Paul P; Pachter, H Leon; Todd, Samual Robert. The (f)utility of flexion-extension C-spine films in the setting of trauma. American journal of surgery. 2013 Oct 1;206(6):929-33; discussion 933 (653292)

Imaging of Trauma: Part 2, Abdominal Trauma and Pregnancy--A Radiologist's Guide to Doing What Is Best for the Mother and Baby
Sadro, Claudia; Bernstein, Mark P; Kanal, Kalpana M. Imaging of Trauma: Part 2, Abdominal Trauma and Pregnancy--A Radiologist's Guide to Doing What Is Best for the Mother and Baby. American journal of roentgenology (1976). 2012 Dec ;199(6):1207-1219 (203382)