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Raymond P. Lorenzoni, III, MD

Pediatric & Fetal Cardiologist


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Practice Name Connecticut Children's Specialty Group

Education

Education
BA/BS, University of Connecticut, 2007
MD, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, 2014

Residency
Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, 2014-2017

Fellowship
Pediatric Cardiology, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, 2018- 2021
Advanced Imaging, Pediatric Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, 2021- 2022

Board Certifications

  • General Pediatrics, The American Board of Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Cardiology, The American Board of Pediatrics
  • Faculty Appointment

    Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

     

    Clinical Expertise

    Dr. Ray Lorenzoni was born and raised in Connecticut and is proud to care for patients at Connecticut Children’s Heart Center. He was trained to provide high-quality healthcare for families requiring pediatric cardiology and advanced cardiac imaging at Children’s Hospital at Montefiore and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, respectively. He graduated with Honors as a double major in Molecular & Cell Biology and Chemistry and received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Connecticut.

    Dr. Lorenzoni is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. He is an active member of the Connecticut State Medical Society, American Medical Association, and the Society of Pediatric Echocardiography, and belongs to the American Society of Echocardiography, Society of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance, and the American Heart Association.

    His research interests include 3D cardiac visualization, fetal cardiology, and the clinical education of future physicians. He has received multiple research grants for his work and established the collaboration with Microscape, Inc. and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles that is advancing the field of 4D cardiac fusion imaging and pre-surgical planning.

    Dr. Lorenzoni will work hard to care for your child with cardiac concerns while improving the field of pediatric cardiology for both physicians and families.

    Selected Publications

    • Lorenzoni RP, Elkins N, Quezada M, Silver EJ, Mahgerefteh J, Hsu DT, Choueiter NF. Impact of Z Score System on Management of Coronary Artery Lesions in Kawasaki Disease. Cardiology in the Young. 2021 Sep 8;1-8. PMID: 34494945.

    • de Loizaga SR, Arthur L, Arya B, et al. Rheumatic Heart Disease in the United States: Forgotten but Not Gone. J Am Heart Assoc. 2021;10(16):e020992. PMID: 34348475.

    • Farooqi KM, Nees S, Smerling J, Lorenzoni RP, Pavlicova M, Einstein A, Bacha EA, Kalfa D, Chai PJ. Representation of anomalous coronary artery characteristics: Echocardiography, CT, and 3D models. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 2020;111(2):672-681. PMID: 32454021.

    • AMA-RFS Task Force on Resident/Fellow Physician Satisfaction, Stan VA, Correa R, Deslauriers
      JR, Faynboym S, Shah T, Widge AS. Support, technology and mental health: correlates of trainee workplace satisfaction. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2020;9:31-40. PMID: 31953654.

    • Lorenzoni RP, Choi J, Choueiter NF, Munjal IM, Katyal C, Stern KWD. Predictors of Inadequate
      Initial Echocardiography in Suspected Kawasaki Disease: Criteria for Sedation. Congenital Heart Disease. 2018;13(3):470-5. PMID: 29520958.

    • Toro-Salazar OH, Ferranti J, Lorenzoni RP, Walling S, Mazur W, Raman SV, Davey BT, Gillan E, O’Loughlin M, Klas B, Hor KN. Feasibility of Echocardiographic Techniques to Detect Subclinical Cancer Therapeutics-Related Dysfunction among High Dose Patients Compared to Cardiac MRI. JASE. 2016;29(2):119-31. PMID: 26678319.

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