Dr. Christine Rattin attended medical school at University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri, completed her residency in internal medicine at Michigan State University, Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, and fellowships in cardiology at three Henry Ford Health System facilities in Michigan, as well as a fellowship in cardiology at Mount Clemens General Hospital in Michigan. She is board certified in cardiology and specializes in invasive and general cardiology with a focus on cardiac imaging in the realms of certified cardiovascular technology, cardiac magnetic resonance, echocardiogram, transesophageal enchocardiogram, cardiac cathertizations and nuclear cardiology.
- "Lack of sensitivity of of the elcectrocardiogram for detection of old maycardial infarction: A cardiac magnetic resonance imaging study", AHJ, 152:4, October 2006
- "An assessment of free breathing on image quality for visual and semi-quantitative cardiac perfusion" Poster competition, International Society for Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging conference in Kyoto, Japan, May 2004
- "Right atrial mass in an otherwise healthy 58 year old" case reporter/poster, Michigan Osteopathic Association Conference, Detroit MI, May 2004
Cardiology - Board Certified Internal Medicine - Board Certified Cardiac CT, Level 3 Cardiac MR, Level 2 Lipidology Echocardiography, Including Tee, Level 2 Coronary Anglography, Level 2 Nuclear Cardiac Imaging, Level 2