Gabrielle P. Konin, MD


Assistant Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery
Assistant Professor of Radiology and Imaging, Weill Cornell Medical College



Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Diagnostic/Interventional Musculoskeletal Proc.




Diagnostic/Interventional Musckuloskeletal Procedures

Insurances Accepted

Affinity Access
Blue Cross HMO POS
Blue Cross PPO
Blue Cross Pathway
Blue Cross Pathway Enhanced
Emblem Selectcare
MultiPlan PHCS
NYS Empire Plan
United Healthcare
United Healthcare Compass

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MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, 2006


Preliminary Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, NY, NY, 2007


Radiology Residency, North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY, 2011


Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 2012


American Board of Radiology, 2011

State Licensure

New York, Pennylvania, California

Gabrielle P. Konin, MD has contributed to the following articles on

Selected Publications

Konin GP, Nazarian LN, Walz DM. Elbow ultrasound: Indications, technique, normal anatomy and pathology. Accepted for publication July 2013 in RadioGraphics.

Konin GP, Morrison WB. Imaging of bone infection: Imaging the diabetic foot. Techniques in Orthopaedics. In press.

Konin GP, Walz DM. Transitional lumbosacral vertebral bodies: classification, imaging findings and symptomatology. Am J Neuroradiol, March 2010.  PMID: 20203111

Walz DM, Newman SJ, Konin GP, Ross G. Epicondylitis: pathogenesis, imaging and treatment. RadioGraphics, January 2010.  PMID: 20083592

For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.

Selected Books/Chapters

Konin GP, Morrison WB, Lederman HP. Diabetic Pedal Infection. In: Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System, 2nd edition. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier. In press.

Konin GP, Walz DM. Arthropathies, Osteonecrosis and Bursitis. In: Scott NW and Scuderi G (Eds). Insall & Scott Surgery of the Knee, 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier 2011

Selected Presentations

Konin GP, Zoga AC, Myers WC, Morrison WB. Is Asymmetric Conditioning of the Adductor Longus and Rectus Abdominis Muscles Associated with Athletic Pubalgia? Upcoming presentation at ARRS, May 2012.

Konin GP, Long S, Zoga AC, Khoury V, Morrison WB. Effective and Efficient Reporting: Is There a “Best” Practice?
Society of Skeletal Radiology, March 2012.

Konin GP, McClure KE, Roth CG, Zoga AC, Morrison WB. “Borderline” Meniscal Tears: Incidence of Secondary Soft Tissue and Osseous Findings on MRI. Musculoskeletal Radiology Series: Knee Imaging; RSNA, November 2011.

Walz DM, Konin GP. Case of the Day: Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis. Society of Skeletal Radiology, March 2011.

Konin GP, Burge AJ, Walz DM, Newman JS. Elbow Ultrasound: Indications, Technique, Normal Anatomy and Pathology. RSNA, November 2009, Certificate of Merit.

Burge AJ, Konin GP, Walz DM, Burak JS. Knee Arthroplasty: Preoperative Imaging, Normal Appearance and Complications. RSNA, November 2009.

Konin GP, Walz DM. CT and MR Imaging of Spine Surgery Complications. International Skeletal Society, September 2009.

Konin GP, Walz DM. Imaging of Adhesive Capsulitis. International Skeletal Society, September 2009.

Konin GP, Burge AJ, Walz DM, Spitz DJ, Rencus T. Imaging of Spinal Instrumentation: CT and MR Techniques, Normal Appearance and Complications. ASNR, May 2009.

Konin GP, Burge AJ, Walz DM, Spitz DJ, Rencus T. Transitional Lumbosacral Vertebral Body: Classification, Imaging Findings and Symptomatology. ASNR, May 2009.

Burge AJ, Konin GP, Walz DM, Spitz DJ, Rencus T. Don’t Forget the Facet. ASNR, May 2009.

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