About Benjamin N. Carr , III, MD
Dr. Benjamin Carr is an orthopaedic surgeon in practice at OrthoMaryland in Baltimore, MD.
Dr. Carr graduated with a medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, TN. He completed an orthopaedic surgical residency at John Hopkins University's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in Baltimore, MD. In addition, Dr. Carr completed a Reconstructive Spine Surgery Fellowship under the tutelage of John J. Carbone, MD.
Dr. Carr is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Alpha Chi Honor Society, and has received other awards for academic excellence.
1. Park, J.H., Olsen, N.J., Phothimat, P., Carr, B.N., King, L.E., Jr. Free and ATP-bound Magnesium Levels are Decreased in Muscle Disease: Dermatomyositis. International Soc. Magnetic Resonance Med., 5, 163, 1997. (abstract & symposium presentation).
2. Phothimat, P., Park, J.H., Olsen, N.J., Carr, B.N., King, L.E., Jr. P-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Determines Abnormalities in Magnesium and ATP Levels in Muscles of Dermatomyositis Patients. Radiology, 201P, 224, 1996. (abstract & presentation).
3. Phothimat, P., Park, J.H., Olsen, N.J., Carr, B.N., King, L.E., Jr. Abnormalities in Levels of Free and ATP-bound (Mg2+) in muscles of Dermatomyositis Patients. Arthritis Rheum. (Supplement) 39, 424, 1996. (abstract).
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