Dr. Rania Hito is an Assistant Professor of Radiology for the Boston University School Medicine’s Neuroradiology Division. Dr. Hito is also a Neuroradiologist for the VA Boston Healthcare System. Dr. Hito completed her fellowship in Neuroradiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, her Radiology residency at Boston Medical Center and her internship in Internal Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She attend Boston University where she received her BS Biochemistry, MA in Biotechnology, & MD in Radiology.
- VA Boston Healthcare System
- Boston University School of Medicine, MD
- Boston University, MA
- Boston University, BS
- Published on 4/30/2020
Takumi K, Staziaki PV, Hito R, Nadgir RN, Berk JL, Andreu-Arasa VC, Chavez W, Sakai O. Amyloidosis in the head and neck: CT findings with clinicopathological correlation. Eur J Radiol. 2020 Apr 30; 128:109034. PMID: 32438260.
- Published on 8/24/2016
Romero JM, Hito R, Dejam A, Ballesteros LS, Cobos CJ, Liévano JO, Ciura VA, Barnaure I, Ernst M, Liberato AP, Gonzalez GR. Negative spot sign in primary intracerebral hemorrhage: potential impact in reducing imaging. Emerg Radiol. 2017 Feb; 24(1):1-6. PMID: 27553777.
- Published on 6/10/2014
Saito N, Hito R, Burke PA, Sakai O. Imaging of penetrating injuries of the head and neck:current practice at a level I trauma center in the United States. Keio J Med. 2014; 63(2):23-33. PMID: 24965876.
- Published on 7/1/2010
Pieroni S, Sommer EA, Hito R, Burch M, Tkacz JN. The "O" sign, a simple and helpful tool in the diagnosis of laparoscopic adjustable gastric band slippage. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010 Jul; 195(1):137-41. PMID: 20566807.
- Published on 6/1/2006
Ortega RA, Vrooman B, Hito R. Another cause for ventilator failure. Anesthesiology. 2006 Jun; 104(6):1351. PMID: 16732126.
- Published on 5/10/2006
Pelletier MM, Kleinbongard P, Ringwood L, Hito R, Hunter CJ, Schechter AN, Gladwin MT, Dejam A. The measurement of blood and plasma nitrite by chemiluminescence: pitfalls and solutions. Free Radic Biol Med. 2006 Aug 15; 41(4):541-8. PMID: 16863986.