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Marion E. Scoggins

Assistant Professor,
Department of Diagnostic Radiology
MD Anderson Cancer Center
United States of America

Biography

Marion Elizabeth Scoggins, MD came to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center as a fellow in 2011 and joined the Section of Breast Imaging as a faculty member in 2012. She has authored peer-reviewed articles in American Journal of Roentgenology and Academic Radiology. She authored and co-authored multiple chapters for Diagnostic Imaging-Breast, second edition, Amirsys, LWW. Her academic areas of interest include high-risk breast lesions, automated breast ultrasound, and quality improvement. She served on the committee responsible for the successful implementation of Powerscribe 360 and is currently serving as the Breast Imaging liaison to the EPIC team. She is passionate about her clinical service to the patients of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Research Interest

High-Risk Breast Lesions, Automated Breast Ultrasound and Quality Improvement

Publications

  • Scoggins ME, Fox PS, Kuerer HM, Rauch GM, Benveniste AP, Park YM, Lari SA, Krishnamurthy S, Yang WT. Correlation between sonographic findings and clinicopathologic and biologic features of pure ductal carcinoma in situ in 691 patients. Am J Roentgenol 204 (4) :878-88, 2015.

  • Rauch GM, Hobbs BP, Kuerer HM, Scoggins ME, , Benveniste AP, Park YM, Caudle AS, Fox PS, Smith BD, Adrada BE, Krishnamurthy S, Yang WT. Microcalcifications in 1657 Patients with Pure Ductal Carcinoma in Situ of the Breast: Correlation with Clinical, Histopathologic, Biologic Features, and Local Recurrence. Ann Surg Oncol 23 (2) :482-9, 2016.

  • Raj SD, Sahani VG, Adrada BE, Scoggins ME, , Albarracin CT, Woodtichartpreecha P, Posleman Monetto FE, Whitman GJ. Pseudoangiomatous Stromal Hyperplasia of the Breast: Multimodality Review with Pathologic Correlation. Curr Probl Diagn Radiol 46 (2) :130-135, 2017.

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