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Dr. Louis Rambler, M.D.

Dr. Louis Rambler, M.D.


Medical: Cornell University Medical College, N.Y., N.Y., Doctor of Medicine, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society

Undergraduate: Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., A.B. Biology, Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma XI Honor Society

Post-Graduate Training

Residency: Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, N.Y., N.Y., Department of Radiology, Chief Resident 1976 – 1977

Internship: Department of Medicine, John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MarylandMilitary: U.S. Public Health Service, N.Y., N.Y., Rank – Lt. Cdr., General Medical Officer – Houston State Clinic, District Medical Director – Federal Bureau of Compensation, 1972 -1974

Academic Appointment

Clinical Instructor, Department of Radiology, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 1977 – 1981


American Board of Radiology, National Board of Medical Examiners, New Jersey Medical License


American College of Radiology, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, Bergen County Medical Society, Medical Society of New Jersey, New Jersey Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, New Jersey Radiological Society, Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society

Professional Practice

Radiologist, Radiology Associates of Ridgewood, Waldwick, NJ and The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ


Body / Musculoskeletal ImagingUltrasound


  1. Rambler, Louis E., Peter F. Winter and Philip M. Johnson. Mesenteric Vasculature Masquerading as a Kidney at Renal Imaging. Radiology, Vol. 120, 369-370. (Aug. 1976)
  2. Riggio, R. R., G. H. Schwartz, F. G. Bull, L. E. Rambler, K. H. Stenzel, A. L. Rubin. Lymphocyte Inhibiting Fractions Isolated from Human Plasma. (Abst.) Clinical Research, Vol. XVI, 546 (Dec. 1968)
  3. Rambler, Louis E., Effects of Vasopressin and Adrenal Corticoids on Renal Function in Hypophysectomized Rats., Princeton University Thesis. (Apr. 1967)