Rosalie Hagge, MD
Dr. Rosalie Hagge is a radiologist based in Sacramento, California. She has been in practice for almost 30 years. Dr. Rosalie Hagge graduated in 1988 from the Washington University School of Medicine. She continued with her internship at St Johns Mercy Medical Center and two residency programs, one at the Washington University and the other one at Duke University Hospital. She is a board-certified specialist in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine. She contributed to several published studies that covered topics such as image reconstruction for lesion detection, FDG uptake in accessory muscles, nasal dorsal augmentation. Dr. Rosalie Hagge has also been involved in the teaching field, delivering lectures about the mapping service for the breast cancer sentinel lymph node in surgical oncology and nuclear medicine. Since 2002 she teaches at the Radiology faculty of UC Davis Medical Center. Dr. Rosalie Hagge currently practices medicine in collaboration with UC Davis Medical Center and the Sutter Medical Center Sacramento.
Washington University in St. Louis
St Johns Mercy Medical Center
Duke University Hospital
American Board of Nuclear Medicine
American Board of Radiology
Evaluation of penalty design in penalized maximum-likelihood image reconstruction for lesion detection.
Yang, L.,Ferrero, A.,Hagge, R. J.,Badawi, R. D.,Qi, J.; J Med Imaging (Bellingham). 2015 Jan 13.See more >>
Nasal dorsal augmentation with freeze-dried allograft bone.
Clark, R.P., Wong, G., Johnson, L.M., Hagge, R.J., Ciminello, F., Lee, J., Stone, K.I., Clark, I.A.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2009-10-01.See more >>
Extensive FDG uptake in accessory muscles of respiration in a patient with shortness of breath.
Lin, F.I., Foster, C.C., Hagge, R.J., Shelton, D.K.; Clin Nucl Med. 2009-07-01.See more >>