Manjula Bansal, MD
Dr. Manjula Bansal is a graduate of Lady Hardinge Medical School, India. Dr. Bansal did her residency in both Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at The Mount Sinai Medical College, New York, which was followed by a fellowship with Dr. Cecilia Fenoglio at the Columbia Presbyterian University Hospital, New York. Thereafter, she started working in Orthopedic Pathology at Hospital for Special Surgery. Dr. Bansal is an Attending Pathologist and Chief of Clinical Pathology at Hospital for Special Surgery and also a Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology at The New York Presbyterian Hospital for the past 27 years. She has published over 60 articles and has been a speaker at both national and international conferences. Dr. Bansal is involved in the teaching of medical students at The New York Presbyterian Hospital and St. George’s Medical School in Grenada. She is also involved in the teaching of orthopedic residents at HSS and Catholic Medical Center Hospitals, New York.
Attending Pathologist, Chief Clinical Pathologist
Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology, Weill Cornell Medical College
International Skeletal Society
International Academy of Pathology
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MD, 1970, Lady Hardinge Medical School, New Delhi, India
Mount Sinai Hospital, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology , New York, 1982
Columbia Presbyterian, Immunopathology, New York, 1983
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Bansal M, Kaneko M, Gordon RE. Carcinosarcoma and Separate Carcinoid Tumor of the Stomach: A Case Report with Light and Electron Microscopic Studies. Cancer 50(9):1976-1881;1982.
Hallel T, Lew S, Bansal M. Villous Lipomatous Proliferation of the Synovial Membrane (Lipoma Arborescens). J Bone Joint Surg 70A(2): 264-270;1988.
Wright TM, Astion DJ, Bansal M, Rimnac CM, Green T, Insall JN, Robinson RP. Failure of Carbon Fibre-reinforced PE Total Knee Components; A Report of 2 cases. J Bone Joint Surg. 70A(6):926-932;1988.
Wolfe S, Bansal M, Healey J, Ghelman B. CT Evaluation of Fatty Neoplasms of the Extremities—A Clinical, Radiologic and Histologic Review of Cases. Orthopedics 12(10):1351-1358;1989.
Cornell CN, Schwartz S, Bansal M, Lane JM, Bullough PG. Quantifi-cation of Osteopenia in Hip Fracture Patients. J of Orthop. Trauma, 2(3):212-217;1988.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.