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Department of Radiology and Imaging 2011-2012 Academic Year Annual Report

What makes us DIFFERENT and better Clinical Expertise, Service, Education and Research


Table of Contents Foreword from Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief

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Letter from Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR, Radiologist-in-Chief

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Employee of the Month

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Patient Care and Customer Service

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Differentiation through our Registration Process

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Technologist and Service Excellence

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Radiation Safety

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Computed Tomography

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Ultrasound

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Focus on Multimodality Imaging

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Interventional Radiology

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Spinal Imaging

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Education Initiatives

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In the Robert H. Freiberger, MD Academic Resource Center

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Growth

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Economics

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Service Commitments from the 2011-2012 Academic Year by Physician

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations and Grants

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Foreword from Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief ospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is the largest musculoskeletal-care institution in the world. We take pride in our ability to provide the best care to patients through the collaboration and excellence of all hospital departments. As an academic medical center, HSS is committed to further the research and fulfill the educational mission pivotal to advancing the science of musculoskeletal care.

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We are truly blessed to have such an extraordinary Radiology Department. It is vital to our success and excellence. Radiographs and imaging are key to proper diagnosis and management of most diseases we treat. The quality and expertise of the Department of Radiology and Imaging and its involvement in the research and teaching at HSS is unparalleled. Time and again we are able to isolate complex bone and joint problems and render effective diagnoses and treatment because of the outstanding radiographic and imaging examinations and interpretations we are able to produce. Each member of the Department of Radiology and Imaging is always available for consultation of an unusual radiography, MRI, CT, or Ultrasound image or to offer advice about the next steps in care. It is always reassuring to know that the most outstanding Radiologists in the world are reviewing these studies.

Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief

As technology rapidly advances in all aspects of Radiology, HSS is at the cutting edge of the development and application of imaging breakthroughs. It operates under the Departmental leadership of Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR, Radiologist-in-Chief; Hollis G. Potter, MD, the Chase and Stephanie Coleman Chair, MRI Research, and Chief, Division of Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Eric A. Bogner, MD, Chief, Division of CT; Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD, Chief, Division of Interventional Radiology, Ultrasound, and Body CT; Richard J. Herzog, MD, FACR, Director, Spinal Imaging; Carolyn M. Sofka, MD, Department Director of Education and Fellowship Training; and the entire Radiology team. I know I speak for the entire medical staff at HSS when I thank members of the Department for their incredible excellence and support in making our hospital the premier institution it is. Sincerely,

Thomas P. Sculco, MD and Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR

Thomas P. Sculco, MD

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Letter from Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR, Radiologist-in-Chief he theme of this year’s Department of Radiology and Imaging Annual Report, What Makes Us Different (and Better!), is inspired by the daily dedication of our Faculty and Staff when providing efficient and quality clinical services, education, and research. Our Faculty and Staff regard each and every patient as a VIP. Unlike most imaging providers, we neither use standardized techniques to acquire our images nor employ templated reports for interpretation. Each and every CT, US, MRI, and even our conventional X-Ray examinations as well as our interventional procedures—whether performed with fluoroscopy, CT, or Ultrasound guidance—are acquired and interpreted on a case-by-case basis to ensure the optimal potential for an accurate diagnosis. This individualized philosophy in our approach to imaging distinguishes us from other providers and allows for imaging findings to be detected as early as possible when abnormalities may still be subtle. To optimize patient care, we contact our referring physicians to report significant, as well as critical, Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR, findings. This dedication and individualization applies to the provision of our clinical services, the Radiologist-in-Chief education of Fellows and Residents, and the manner in which we conduct our research investigations. Research is focused on answering clinical questions and in identifying preclinical evidence of pathology, sometimes even before signs and symptoms are evident. Status quo is never acceptable. We strive continuously to grow and improve. During the 2011 and 2012 Academic Years, a number of key changes in the Department helped us enhance clinical services and improve patient flow. Patient access has been made easier with a heightened Say No 2 No philosophy for scheduling (see page 6). Whenever possible, same day add-on procedures are performed. We also emphasize to our staff the power of yes, especially when communicated with a smile. Our patient service liaisons, assistants, schedulers, registrars, file-room technicians, and technologists each have a major role in making our patients know they are respected and that we care about their treatment. Everyone in the Department is responsible for earning and maintaining the trust not only of our distinguished referring physicians but also the trust of each and every patient. We know that constantly upgrading hardware and software helps make us different (and better!). Recently acquired CT software drastically reduces radiation dose without loss of image quality. Following intense review for image quality and patient safety, the CT Division received a three-year term of Gold Standard Accreditation in Computed Tomography for adult and pediatric patients by the American College of Radiology. In the Division of Ultrasound, new procedures allow us to acquire and interpret advanced US–imaging examinations as well as to identify post-surgery healing patterns through US-guided procedures performed with state-of-the-art equipment and expertise. The Division of MRI continues to expand. Our 10, soon to be 11, high-field-strength magnets make HSS one of the largest musculoskeletal MRI imaging centers in the world. State-of-the-art MRI research and clinical diagnostic accuracy are responsible for recent funding of an endowed Chair in MR Research for Dr. Hollis Potter, Chief, MR Division, and for the naming of the MR Division. Our team is always strategizing for the years ahead, including investigating an updated Radiology Information System (RIS), improving the ease of remote image access though cloud-based technology and use of iPads and iPhones, eliminating unnecessary duplicate imaging though providing efficient imaging algorithms for diagnosis of various conditions, reducing ionizing radiation exposure, and initiating preparation for ICD–10 coding. Our goal is to continually identify new imaging methodologies and interpretive parameters to enhance diagnosing symptom etiology as early as possible in the course of a disease or condition. Our Faculty and Staff are committed to educating future musculoskeletal radiologists and technologists in mastering the unique musculoskeletal imaging performed and interpreted at HSS. We seek to inspire trainees to initiate and conduct radiology imaging research, to continue to improve imaging diagnostics and research, to build upon the foundation of knowledge they achieved at HSS, and to distinguish themselves among their colleagues as HSS trained. Through clinical care, education and research, we strive to be different (and better!) and to gain an edge over other imaging groups and facilities.

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Employee of the Month Honoring Four HSS Employees of the Month, all from the Department of Radiology and Imaging Growth cannot happen without great people behind what we do every single day. The Department is pleased to announce that four of our team members have been recently honored as employees of the month. We are excited that our team members not only take pride in the work that they do every day, but that the Hospital takes the time to honor them for their efforts. Leila Balic, Patient Services Liaison January 2011 Congratulations to Leila, Employee of the Month for January 2011. A member of the HSS family since August 2000, Leila works as a patient services liaison in the Department of Radiology and Imaging. Leila is always smiling and helping patients and co-workers. She leads by example. No matter how busy or what happens she completes her work. Leila always resolves problems that may arise in a timely fashion. She sees a problem and finds a solution. She is very reliable and is always available to help others. Leila’s work is always done with care and accuracy. Alexandra Feliciano, Senior Registrar April 2011 Congratulations to Alexandra “Alex,” Employee of the Month for April 2011. A member of the HSS family since April 2005, Alex is a senior registrar with Radiology and Imaging, North Division. She continuously displays a positive approach when dealing with staff, patients and peers even under difficult circumstances. Alex always conducts herself in a professional manner with a smile on her face. She recently was requested to take over the management of the Registrars for the Radiology Department North Division, and she has surpassed the expectations of the management team. Alex has gained the trust and loyalty of her staff by being fair with work assignments, approving time-off requests, and being in the trenches alongside of them. Alex delivers a stellar performance and displays exceptional customer service to both patients and colleagues. “I am proud to be a team member of the Department of Radiology and Imaging. I am fortunate to experience the growth and magnificent staff that contribute to making a difference every day. With the several years working in the hospital, I have recognized the strength and commitment my fellow employees give to the Department of Radiology and Imaging, doctors, and patients. Being recognized as the Employee of the Month could have not been achieved without the support of my fellow employees.”

Robert Polintan, Physician Assistant September 2011 Congratulations to Robert, Employee of the Month for September 2011. A member of the HSS family since June 2008, Robert is a physician assistant in the Department of Radiology and Imaging, who always demonstrates a “we can do it” attitude. His demeanor puts patients at ease as they undergo radiologic interventional procedures. Robert identifies problems prior to their development and takes the initiative to solve them; he gets the work done even if it requires staying beyond his scheduled work hours. Robert goes above and beyond to assist with patient care and leads by example. In addition to being knowledgeable and willing to teach, he is articulate and professional. Robert’s work performance is always on point, well done, and given his full attention. He is a very dedicated, precise, diligent, down-to-earth, approachable, and respectable co-worker. “Working for the department of Interventional Radiology you are given a unique opportunity. You are granted access to a wealth of knowledge from all the radiologists and other practitioners (other MDs, NPs, PAs, nurses, and technologists), whilst still being able to provide quality care to the HSS’s inpatient and outpatient community. HSS is brimming with exceptional practitioners and professionals that being selected as an employee of the month is not only an honor also quite humbling. Having that distinction on your ID reminds you daily to always put your best foot forward and to strive for excellence, so as to not tarnish the honor that was bestowed upon you by your peers.”

John Del Vecchio, Radiologic Technologist January 2012 Congratulations to John, selected Employee of the Month for January 2012. A member of the HSS family since August 2009, John is a radiologic technologist in the Radiology and Imaging Department. His positive attitude and warm interactions with all that meet him are unparalleled. John’s great sense of humor and warmth is palpable to patients and peers alike. He is always first in line to take on more work or lend a hand to his colleagues. John’s technical abilities are excellent; he meets all challenges with vigor and determination. John has exhibited great individual qualities and a spirit that should propel him to be an admirable future leader. He loves his job and is proud to be part of HSS.

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Patient Care and Customer Service Providing VIP Care

Robyn Pack, Assistant Director, Clinical Operations

We strive to resolve issues. It is always a great feeling when a patient or referring physician starts out with an issue and leaves the department with a smile.

Patient care and customer service are integral in the Department of Radiology and Imaging. All patients and referring physicians are treated as if they are VIPs. Practicing effective listening and anticipating the needs of both our patients and their referring physicians are Department priorities. We continually try to make patients feel they are not in a hospital environment. The patient’s experience begins in our beautiful waiting area on the third floor of the hospital with its spectacular water view where we provide snacks, reading material, and television access. There’s also a designated quiet area for patients to relax. The Department has an arrangement with the Swedish Institute that allows us to provide massages for our patients and their escorts. We strive to resolve issues. It is always a great feeling of accomplishment when a patient or referring physician starts out with an issue and leaves the Department with a smile.

Bringing Respect into the Patient-Care Equation The power of yes is extremely important. Patient service liaisons, assistants, schedulers and registrars all play a major role in making patients and referring physicians feel respected and appreciated. Our job is to go beyond the expectations of our patients and referring physicians. Every issue is acted on immediately. We listen to their needs, and provide a quick follow up. Our goal is to act on patients and referring physicians’ requests as soon as possible to satisfy the immediate as well as improve our services.

Lakeysha Gordon, Patient Care Assistant

What Our Patients Are Saying… The following are excerpts from the hundreds of thank you letters we receive each and every day. “I’m writing to you today to give enthusiastic thanks and praise to the X-Ray technicians with whom I worked on my most recent visit to HSS. They were kind, gentle, and highly serious about their work and very creative, too. Because of my unusual anatomy and previous orthopedic surgeries, the views they needed to get were often difficult ones. They did everything they could to shoot the films accurately, painlessly, and all with warm smiles and good humor.” “Thank you for ‘all the little acts of kindness.’ I do appreciate it! I love the HSS team!” 4

“I would like to congratulate you in the way you have organized and staffed your Department of Radiology and Imaging. From the moment I walked in, I was greeted with a warm and friendly smile. I really appreciate the attention you dedicated [to me] and with your follow-up. You and the team at HSS really have given me my life back.”

“I came in for presurgical preparation and I would like to let you know that the staff at HSS is absolutely wonderful. I was very impressed by their treatment of me. I’ve never met such wonderful people, from the beginning to the end. They made me feel like a VIP. I’m almost looking forward to having surgery, thanks to these wonderful people.”

“A warm and friendly environment, with personal attention to the patient, is important to me. I consider it to be one of the greatest medicines of all.”

“Thank you for taking such excellent care of my five-year-old daughter. We all really appreciated your excellent work.”

“BINGO! I walked out of your office – NO PAIN–WALKING NORMALLY!”

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Differentiation through Our Registration Process Detailed Order Review

Reduction of Unnecessary Exams

The Department of Radiology and Imaging registration team reviews each and every imaging order for appropriateness, correct views, proper order entry information, and ICD–9 code compliance. This demand for accuracy and completeness is an ongoing educational effort with physician offices. In coordination with the offices, custom order forms are being created to further clarify order entry, simplify and hasten efficiency, and improve the patient experience with the registrar and the technologist. We have also implemented QA of registrar order entries and MD scripts. These are performed daily and tracked monthly to improve accuracy.

All PAT patient X-Ray orders are checked for priors in order to eliminate unnecessary or duplicate procedures. All patients who enter Radiology are asked if they have had X-Rays similar to those scheduled in order to avoid duplicate exams and views.

“From the moment I was greeted by the gentleman in reception to the time I was ushered to the exit, I was treated with great care and dignity. The staff listened carefully to my concerns and apprehensions, and did everything possible to make the test as comfortable as possible. Everyone’s efforts made a world of difference. I am very grateful to them all.”

“Yesterday I underwent an MRI of my neck for a cervical disk problem and was very impressed by the technologist’s professionalism. As a physician for thirty years, I have worked in many leading medical centers in the Northeast, including several here in New York City. It is rare to find a technologist who is extremely skilled in his work and so wonderful with patients.”

“You are magic! Without you, I would not have been able to take my twoweek trip to Italy. My foot was perfect. I was able to walk miles and never feel pain!”

“The receptionists are very kind and mannerly, excellent service. The most charming people I met ever in a doctor’s office.”

Our efforts have proven to be effective in saving time and money and in improving patient and referring physician satisfaction. We are proud to have decreased many unnecessary exams and help educate our referring physician office staff regarding imaging.

Mary Giesa, RT, Assistant Director, Registration

“Thanks very much to you and your staff for your swift compassionate care yesterday to my daughter. You made a nervous little girl feel as comfortable as possible.” “Your parting words to me when you gave me the injection were, ‘I hope this helps.’ I want to report to you that from the moment I stood up until now I have felt no pain. I know it may occur again, but I thank you for the first respite I’ve had in seven months of near crippling agony.”

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Technologist and Service Excellence ach and every one of the patients seen in the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging is unique. Most radiology providers use standardized techniques and approaches to acquire an image; HSS Radiology and Imaging customizes approaches and techniques, ensuring the optimal diagnostic image for each and every patient.

exhibit proficiency, professionalism, and productivity. Only the very best radiology technologists become and remain technologists in the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging.

Here are a few examples of what we do each and every day to ensure the best in quality patient care.

Custom Order Forms

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Training All newly hired HSS technologists undergo extensive training and orientation. Whether or not our new hires come with years of experience, the Department immerses them in a formally structured, intense training program that exposes them to the complex imaging requirements of many departments and modalities. Among them are the Operating Room, Special Procedures Unit, Specialty Clinic, Center for Hip Preservation, Spine Care Institute, Sports Medicine, Arthroplasty, Rheumatology, and Pediatrics. Our training program is a collaborative effort, involving technologist trainers, management, and physicians. Every new technologist must demonstrate successful competencies and one-on-one reviews with the Chief Technologist to establish and

The training program is a collaborative effort, involving technologist trainers, members of HSS management, and physicians. Only the very best radiology technologists become and remain technologists in the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging.

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Safety for patients and employees is priority in HSS’s ongoing efforts to improve quality and service.

The clinical and administrative staff of HSS Radiology and Imaging work closely with referring physicians and surgeons to create specific diagnostic imaging examination and interventional procedure order forms. This proactive approach helps improve continuity between a patient’s clinical presentation and the selection of appropriate diagnostic imaging examination. It also lessens the risk of wrong, duplicate, or unnecessary examinations. This proactive approach is emblematic of HSS’s commitment to quality and devotion to The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 19,000 healthcare organizations and programs in the United States.

Christopher J. Smith, RT(N), CNMT, Associate Director

The HSS Radiology culture consistently emphasizes performance of quality image acquisition and expert interpretation to provide the best imaging services possible. Whether a technologist is working to obtain the optimal image to minimize radiation exposure or to answer a clinical question, the mantra is “Yes, send the patient over now.”

Access to Care – Say No 2 No Access to care is probably one of the most overlooked services we offer. On a routine day, approximately 30 percent of CTs, 30 percent of Ultrasounds, 25 percent of Fluoroscopic Guided Procedures, and 99 percent of all radiographic examinations are done as same-day requests, i.e. add-on procedures. Radiologists and Staff go above and beyond to accommodate patients’ needs. Ultrasound, Fluoroscopic and CT service lines provide interventional image guided aspirations, injections, and biopsies on the same day, whenever possible. The Department uses a Say No 2 No philosophy for patient scheduling.

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Flora Preku, Technologist


Radiation Safety ith stories about ionizing radiation all over the media, more and more patients are coming into the department and asking about dosage levels, shielding during imaging, and the effects of radiation.

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Roseann Zeldin, RT(R)(M), CNMT, Assistant Radiation Safety Officer, is in charge of radiation safety in the Department under the direction of the Radiation Safety Officer, Dr. Robert Schneider. When patients have questions, Roseann is on hand to provide guidance and dispel the myths. Working with Radiation physicist Ed Holodny, PhD, the Department maintains an estimated dose log of our most frequent X-Ray examinations which allows team members to supply patients who inquire with the estimated dose that they received.

• Ongoing in-service and education events have helped to significantly lower occupational dose levels for our Faculty and staff. • The Department has purchased new C-Arms for the OR that captures an exposure report on the patient that is kept in the permanent record. • There are informative posters displayed around the entire Radiology campus on the methods of keeping radiation exposure for patients at a minimal level.

Roseann Zeldin, RT(R)(M), CNMT, Assistant Radiation Safety Officer; Clinical Research Coordinator

Some of the key initiatives in 2011 around radiation safety included the following: • 1-on-1s were conducted with technologists to educate them on proper gonadal shielding. • The Department increased the lead thickness in breast and pelvic shielding for pediatric patients and went from a .5mm thickness to a 1.0mm thickness. • In-services provided the Interventional Radiology Procedure staff with different methods of placing lead shielded during interventional procedures.

Bernie Bernstein, RT, and Roseann Zeldin, RT(R)(M), CNMT

By introducing the upgraded CT software iDose we have been able to drive a 20-30% reduction of radiation to the patient.

“We do a lot of observation in the OR, in the special procedure units and in the Interventional procedure rooms. This allows us to give one-on-one recommendations to the surgeons and pain management doctors on good radiation practices. Proactively working with the Faculty and staff keeps us on the cutting edge of radiation safety.”

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Computed Tomography T is a cost-effective, painless, noninvasive and accurate imaging tool for a wide range of clinical problems. A major advantage of CT is its ability to image bone, soft tissue and blood vessels in exquisite detail. A diagnosis determined by CT examination may eliminate the need for surgical biopsy or exploratory surgery. In the CT Division there is specific clinical concentration on pre-clinical diagnosis including determinants for evaluation of healing or disease progression. In 2011, the CT Division focused on using new tools to reduce radiation dose and improve image quality. These include:

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New Tools • Two Newly Installed State of the Art Helical CT Scanners – These two units, a 16 & 64 slice CT scanner allow for rapid acquisition of multiple images in a matter of seconds with decreased radiation dose. For children this means shorter imaging times and less time required to hold still and hold their breath during the critical times of the exam in order to produce clear, crisp

images. Fast scanning time also helps to reduce the need for sedation in children. • O-MAR (Metal Artifact Reduction for Orthopedic Implants) has been installed. O-MAR is an advanced algorithmic solution used to reduce artifacts associated with surgical implanted prosthesis and metal.

Radiation Dose Reduction Initiatives • Step and Shoot technique is a new feature on the CT units that is used in CT Biopsy/ Procedure mode allowing for further reduction of exam procedure time. • Dosage Reporting – Patient’s Radiation Dose information is generated and recorded on the CT unit and is included with CT examination images and stored in PACS. • Radiation Dose Modulation Software – New Radiation Dose modulation software tools are used to limit exposure to patient to lowest needed for diagnostic image acquisition. Dosage is based on

Eric Bogner, MD, Chief, Division of CT

patient weight which is charted by technologists in order to use the appropriate dose modulation techniques. • iDose™ – An additional imaging processing software that excels in creating diagnostic quality images while lowering dose. Images are reconstructed to have the same quality as full dose scans. iDose™ can also be used to improve the image quality of exams that were previously performed at less than optimal dose.

The Radiology professionals and technical staff are constantly researching artifact reduction algorithms based on specific hardware type, metal composition and manufacturer; in keeping with the definitive approach in patient customized imaging. 8

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Hospital for Special Surgery Earns ACR Accreditation in CT HSS has been awarded a three-year term of Accreditation in Computed Tomography (CT), for adult and pediatric patients by the American College of Radiology (ACR). To achieve the ACR Gold Standard of Accreditation, Hospital for Special Surgery’s radiologist, medical physicist and technologist qualifications, equipment requirements, quality assurance programs, and quality control procedures met or exceeded the rigorous review process. ACR Accreditation of CT, in addition to HSS’s Joint Commission Accreditation, is a testament to the efforts and dedication of many radiology professionals to provide optimal imaging quality and preservation of patient radiation safety. All CT exams performed at HSS utilize the most advanced dose reduction techniques and are directly supervised and protocoled by our Board Certified Radiologists.

The ACR is a national professional organization serving more than 34,000 diagnostic/interventional radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists with programs focusing on the practice of medical imaging and radiation oncology and the delivery of comprehensive health care services.

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Ultrasound Ultrasound Research The Division of Ultrasound at HSS was introduced in 1998 and over the years the diagnostic accuracy and therapeutic satisfaction led to intense appreciation and recognition by patients and referring physicians. The Division of Ultrasound, under the new Chief of the Division, Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD, includes Ultrasound Radiology team members Theodore T. Miller, MD, FACR; Anthony Chang, MD, Yoshimi Endo, MD, and sonographers Izabela Derkowska, Aracelyz Tineo, Jeanne Marie Corvi, Guerson Heriveaux, Natalie Herrera, RDMS, under Karen DeTommaso, Senior Lead Technologist, continues to provide expert clinical diagnostic and guided therapeutic pain relief services using ultrasound targeted injections, aspirations and biopsies. The Ultrasound of the Month feature on the website continues to be one of the most highly visited sites on HSS.edu. Other educational initiatives include morning hands-on tutorials for fellows and colleagues are highly regarded and well attended.

Screening Tools for Diagnostic Therapeutic Response Ultrasound is an ideal screening tool for early disease assessment. It is also an excellent method to provide guidance for

Anthony Chang, MD, Karen DeTommaso, RDMS, Senior Lead Sonographer, Natalie Herrera, RDMS, Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD, Chief, Division of Interventional Radiology and Ultrasound, Yoshimi Endo, MD, Jeanne Marie Corvi, Aracelyz Tineo, Theodore T. Miller, MD, Guerson Heriveaux Not Pictured: Izabela Derkowska, Lead Sonographer, Tess Leynes, NP, Mildred Martinez, RN, Elizabeth Lirio, RN, Linton Goodley, PA, Robert Polintan, PA

selective injections of painful joints, tendon sheath, bursae, and neumoras. Power Doppler and gray-scale Ultrasound are used in the Division of Ultrasound to identify early erosions and hyperemia associated with arthritic and inflammatory conditions. These techniques are also being used to help assess response to medication. Quantitative indices for vascular scoring using QLAB (US) are being developed at HSS along with a methodology and formal role of Ultrasound in assessing response to various therapeutic agents and disease activity.

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Biplanar Ultrasound Imaging Real-time biplanar imaging is a new technique that requires image acquisition using a real-time matrix array ultrasound transducer and the ability to interpret three-dimensional Ultrasound images. This new technique capability has become useful in performing injections and biopsies of deep-seated structures, such as patients with hip arthroplasties and directed synovial biopsies of pericapsular soft tissues can now be readily performed.


Ultrasound Contrast Agents Ultrasound contrast agents have shown a high degree of sensitivity and means to accurately and objectively quantify therapeutic response to medication in preliminary investigations. These contrast agents have also shown promise in elaborating the microvascular blood flow patterns and the role of angiogenesis in normal tendons, tendon repairs, and in tendon-to-bone healing. In collaboration with sports medicine, the Division of Ultrasound has completed numerous grant-funded publications that assess the potential of ultrasound contrast agents in understanding tendon regeneration and healing. This research has resulted in the first demonstration of a hypovascular zone in the rotator cuff of normal volunteers that becomes more pronounced with age. This so-called critical zone is thought to be a contributory factor in the development of rotator cuff disease. The natural history of angiogenesis following rotator cuff repair has been demonstrated using these same techniques. Vascular changes appear to demonstrate a more predictable pattern during healing in distinction to morphological changes which can remain abnormal for years following repair.

Ultrasound elastography provides a non-invasive means to assess the state of muscle contraction vis-Ă -vis altered hardness and provides a determination of whether a relaxed state is achieved in distinction to invasive techniques (EMG). This technology is being investigated in collaboration with members of Rehabilitation Medicine (Physical Therapy), to assess varying states of muscle relaxation. It is believed that selective relaxation of iliopsoas spasticity may diminish pain in patients with chronic hip and/or back pain. In preliminary work, slight quantitative differences in a bovine Achilles tendon model following injection with collagenase were demonstrated using compression based elastography which is in agreement with MR ultrashort TE imaging performed on the same specimens.

Enhancement of Healing via an Ultrasound Guided Targeted Delivery of Growth Factors Ultrasound has the unique capability of observing needle placement and real-time verification of the deposition of therapeutic

agent without ionizing radiation. While Ultrasound units and equipment are becoming very common, the diagnostic accuracy is only as good as the technical capabilities equipment and the operator’s expertise. The expertise of the Radiologists and Sonographers and the high quality of the state-of-the-art Ultrasound equipment in the Ultrasound Division at HSS makes even the smallest targets amenable to ultrasound guided injections. Because specific tendon areas can be targeted with Ultrasound that cannot be reliably approached by palpation, platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) injections have increased significantly within the Division of Ultrasound including intratendinous injection of the distal biceps tendon in the arm, flexor hallicus longus tendon in the foot and selective nerve injections. Nerves and other soft tissue structures can be targeted and in collaboration with members of the pain management service, these techniques have been used in performing selective cryoneurolysis of painful lesions of peripheral nerves.

Additionally, preliminary investigations using ultrasound contrast agents have demonstrated an angiogenic response following platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy in patients treated for lateral epicondylosis. This and other PRP research investigations continue in collaboration with our clinical colleagues.

Ultrasound Elastography Ultrasound elastography is another Ultrasound technology that explores the imaging and quantitative differences in shear elastic modulus of soft tissues, e.g. tendons and muscles, to external and internal compressive forces.

Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD, Chief, Division of Interventional Radiology and Ultrasound

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging n 2011, The Division of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) led by Hollis G. Potter, MD, The Coleman Chair of MRI Research and Chief of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, continued to produce groundbreaking research.

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Dr. Potter and her team, in collaboration with institutional and external investigators, develop novel MR imaging techniques and employ these new tools to improve image quality, reduce scan time, and sharpen diagnoses. Currently, the group’s primary focus is imaging of soft tissues around total joint replacements, postoperative meniscal tears, and degenerated hip cartilage. Other members of the group include Matthew F. Koff, Ph.D; Alissa J. Burge, MD; Sarah Pownder, DVM; Parina Shah, MS; and Stephanie Gold, BS.

Key Accomplishments in 2011: • Working with the Adult Reconstruction & Joint Replacement Division to use and validate MRI as a tool to detect signs of premature implant failure in individuals who have total hip replacements. • Utilizing ultrashort echo imaging to quantitatively assess repairs of the meniscus in the knee. This quantitative imaging allows for the direct assessment

of collagen fibril organization and orientation without requiring invasive arthroscopic or histologic procedures. The results of this study will enable surgeons to prescribe an appropriate course of rehabilitation for patients to get back on their feet following reparative meniscal surgery. This study has extramural funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). • Using quantitative MRI data from Center for Hip Preservation Outcomes Registry to assess cartilage degeneration noninvasively in patients with femoro-acetabular impingement. • The MRI Division continues to work with the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Service to assess pediatric patients who have physeal growth plate injuries. In addition, Drs. Potter and Koff are co-investigators on an NIH-funded grant in the biomechanics lab titled, “Designing a Meniscal Substitute Through An Integrated Experimental Computational and Statistical Approach.” Together with the biomechanics lab, they are working to create a model of a total knee to assess in vivo contact stresses. The group was also recognized by the Musculoskeletal Division of the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital as having the best paper published during the last calendar year in the fields of musculoskeletal radiology, medicine, or biology.

Chase and Stephanie Coleman MRI Center As a member of the Board of Trustees at Hospital for Special Surgery since 2006, Charles (Chase) P. Coleman III has long been aware of the expertise behind the Hospital’s stellar reputation. But an accident he suffered in the summer of 2009 gave him a more personal perspective on

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Hollis G. Potter, MD, Chief, Division of MR; The Chase and Stephanie Coleman Chair, MR Research; Director, Department Research

HSS’s extraordinary capabilities. After being seen in a local emergency department on Long Island, Mr. Coleman went to Special Surgery for a second opinion. At HSS, an MRI reviewed by Dr. Potter revealed an injury that threatened Mr. Coleman’s spinal cord and could have led to serious problems if not treated quickly. Surgery by HSS spine surgeon Patrick J. O’Leary, MD, followed, and today, Mr. Coleman, an avid athlete, has fully recuperated and is playing golf, ice hockey, and skiing with the same intensity as before. As an HSS trustee for the past five years, and co-chair of its investment committee for the past four years, Mr. Coleman and his wife Stephanie wanted to find a way to further support the Hospital, and helping with its MRI clinical services and research efforts made perfect sense. The Colemans conferred with Dr. Potter to prioritize the Division’s needs, ultimately providing an important gift to establish a chair in Dr. Potter’s honor that would help fund research scientists as well as the addition of a new MRI.


“The establishment of the Chase and Stephanie Coleman Chair in MRI Research will add an enduring legacy of innovation and research, with the ability to recruit additional clinician-scientists, bioengineers, and physicists,” says Dr. Potter, who is renowned for her work in cartilage and joint arthroplasty imaging and for her research in meniscal structural integrity. She has received many awards for her accomplishments, including the American Orthopaedic Association research award and the Cabaud research award from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. She has also been elected as a fellow in the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Under Dr. Potter’s leadership, HSS has established the largest academic MRI facility in the world dedicated to orthopedics. The additional MRI made

possible by the Colemans brings to 10 the Hospital’s number of MRI units of different field strengths. The MRI Division’s robust research program provides tangible answers to clinical questions, including why joint replacements fail, reasons for cartilage damage, and complex modeling of growth abnormalities in children. More than 100 orthopedic MR scans are performed each day at HSS. The MRI Division complements the Hospital’s other patient offerings, including highly specialized imaging technology and extraordinary radiologists with expertise in spine disorders. Says Dr. Potter, “The Colemans’ generous gift will allow for substantial growth of our ‘bench-to-bedside’ approach of improving the detection of disease that many times goes undiagnosed by conventional imaging and routine clinical examination.”

MRI: GE 450 Ultra Short, Ultra Wide

Focus on Multimodality Imaging The HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging offers what others do not provide in that we have an integrated, multimodality service, incorporating advanced-techniques in all modalities including advanced cartilage evaluation on MRI, weight-bearing 3D fluoroscopy, and Ultrasound procedures with CT/MRI co-registration. We have equipment to fuse images from various cross sectional examinations and correlate and incorporate imaging findings for all these different modalities. This allows us to optimize achieving an accurate diagnostic interpretation. Our physical presence within the hospital allows us to provide unparalleled service as we are always available for face-to-face consults, curbside opinions on images performed elsewhere, and emergency interventional procedures that may be needed either during the regular workday or at night and weekends.

Yoshimi Endo, MD, Assistant Attending Radiologist

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Interventional Radiology Teamwork, Service, Patient Safety and Same Day Cases The IR Division works as a team to minimize patient discomfort and maximize patient satisfaction. This team is composed of Radiologists, Fellows, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Technologists, schedulers, registrars and patient care assistants. The Division of Interventional Radiology (IR) is the referring physicians Surgeons’ partner in patient care. Same-day patients are accommodated for procedures as soon as possible. During the patients’ stay in the Department of Radiology, we extend each patient a personal touch before and after their procedure. Our IR team coordinates with the patient’s primary care provider in assuring that all needed labs, EKG, and other testing are available prior to any procedure for patients scheduled under anesthesia. Physician orders are carried out in a timely manner in order to make a diagnosis, to determine if pain is mechanical or neurological, and to relieve pain.

Tess Leynes, MSN, NP, Assistant Director, Interventional Radiology

Radiation Safety Initiatives Constant meetings and communication enhance attempts to improve utilization of imaging and decrease radiation dose through use of Ultrasound guidance for procedures previously done under Fluoroscopy, particularly in pediatric patients

The Division of Interventional Radiology is the referring Physician’s partner in patient care. Same day patients are accommodated for procedure or diagnostic study as soon as possible and usually on the day of the request.

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) line placements are performed under Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound with 99.9 percent success as compared to bedside PICC, which has a 30 percent success rate.

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and in women of child-bearing age. When ionizing radiation is used, every effort to reduce fluoroscopy time, provide maximum patient shielding, and limit the area of exposure is utilized to minimize radiation dose.


Spinal Imaging dvanced imaging and clinical care research make HSS’s Department of Radiology and Imaging a leader in the imaging of the spine.

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Advanced Imaging The focus of Spinal Imaging in the Department of Radiology and Imaging at HSS is to implement advanced imaging techniques that will provide the most comprehensive diagnostic information to effectively treat all pathologic conditions of the spine. As the MRI division is a research site for General Electric, we have access to the most advanced hardware and software, which allows us to optimize our spinal imaging. We have recently implemented new software algorithms to reduce metal artifacts when using MRI to improve the image detail in postoperative patients. The CT division employs two state-ofthe-art scanners that provide optimal image resolution using the lowest dose of radiation. Radiation exposure is continuously monitored to confirm that radiation dosage is kept to a minimum. In addition, in the appropriate clinical situations, limited CT exams are now employed, further reducing patient radiation exposure. For

surgical planning, three-dimensional CT angiography is utilized in the assessment of vascular anatomy. Even our standard conventional radiographs are performed with digital radiography which also helps to reduce radiation exposure and need for repeat examinations.

Corroborative Clinical Care Research The Department of Radiology and Imaging works closely with other clinical departments in corroborative research projects. The Departments of Spinal Surgery and Physiatry allow us to remain at the forefront of new developments in Spinal Care. One recent development in lumbar fusion techniques is the implementation of using an extreme lateral approach for interbody fusion of the vertebral bodies. Our current research with Dr. Alexander Hughes in Spine Service should help to develop the techniques and protocols necessary to optimize the post surgical evaluation of fusion in these patients and determine the status of the fusion. The multidisciplinary spine group provides a unique forum for physicians

Richard Herzog, MD, FACR, Director, Spinal Imaging; Chief, Division of Teleradiology

working in all aspects of spine care to discuss what is needed to improve both the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions. As a Radiologist, and a member of this newly formed HSS multidisciplinary spine group, Dr. Herzog is part of the team that will be determining the optimal diagnostic imaging algorithm for HSS patients from their initial physician assessment through followup and postsurgical visits.

Our goal in Spinal Imaging in the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging is to work closely with all divisions at HSS treating patients with spinal conditions in order to provide the highest quality of diagnostic information and to optimize patient care.

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Education Initiatives Future Experts & Leadership Through Education The Education Division of the Department of Radiology and Imaging offers numerous educational programs for trainees as well as practicing physicians. The Department of Radiology and Imaging was the first Department in the Hospital to acquire Category I CME credit for all of its conferences. All are welcome and all conference schedules and topics are posted on the Hospital intranet as well as throughout the Department. Weekly CME conference offerings available to all interested physicians include: • Ultrasound Tutorials. These tutorials offer hands on training with one-on-one faculty engagement. • MRI Conference. The MRI Conference reviews interesting cases with intense discussion focusing on image interpretation and protocols for image acquisition. • Grand Rounds. Both Department, interdepartmental, and nationally and internationally known visiting physicians are invited to speak on various topics related to Orthopedic radiology. • Teaching File Conference. The exhaustive Robert H. Freiberger teaching file library is examined for interesting, complex, rare and excellent examples of common conditions for review and discussion. • Resident/Fellow Conference. The trainees are allowed an opportunity to present on a topic or interesting case, review the current imaging literature, and open discussion.

Department of Radiology and Imaging Fellows Update Major changes in the Fellowship were implemented in 2011 and 2012 including further enhancing the MRI rotation to

address the Fellows’ educational needs and expectations. Of significance, these changes were implemented largely based on Fellow evaluations and feedback to further enhance the Fellowship program. The Faculty mentorship program receives positive feedback from the Fellows. The mentorship program pairs one Fellow with an attending Faculty member who provides guidance and career advice. In addition, the Fellows are actively involved in the Gallup survey, under the guidance of Rich Fleury, Executive Director, HSS Radiologists, providing positive feedback and suggestions for improvement. During the recent Fellowship years there was not one chief Fellow, as all wanted to participate; instead there was a monthly chief Fellow rotation. Each Fellow has the opportunity to be chief for the month and attend the monthly Professional Staff Meeting to represent their class.

The New Fellows Have Arrived! In 2012-2013 we have six general musculoskeletal radiology Fellows and one dedicated MR Fellow. Clearly, the educational strengths of the HSS Fellowship experience are well-known, as we are attracting Fellows from all over the world. The 2012-2013 Fellows include: General MSK • Jan Fritz, MD (Johns Hopkins) • Shari T. Jawetz, MD (NYPH-Cornell) • Judith L. Kaplan, MD (Mount Sinai) • Michael L. Loftus, MD (NYPH-Cornell) • Anukul Panu, MD (University of Alberta, Canada) • Aubrey J. Slaughter, MD (University of Arkansas) MRI Fellow • Brett Lurie, MBBS (Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney Australia)

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Carolyn M. Sofka, MD, Director, Department Education and Fellowship Training

Process and Procedure on the Road to HSS Radiology Fellowship All interested faculty members participate in reviewing fellowship applications and conducting interviews. The application process requires the applicant to submit a current CV, documentation of research projects conducted during their training, and letters of recommendation, including those from their current Program Director and Chief of the Musculoskeletal radiology section within their institution. The Hospital mandates that all applicants must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Diagnostic Radiology or have the foreign equivalent, and must have a valid license to practice medicine in the State of New York. At this time, Radiology residents interview for Fellowship positions during the third year of their residency. The interview process for the 2014–2015 Fellowship class is currently underway and will take place in the fall of 2012.


Education Committee The Department’s Education Committee is lead by Dr. Sofka and is composed of Drs. Pavlov, Endo, Miller (thru 5/2012), Rich Fleury and Tara Browe. During the past year, the Fellowship program had its first Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) site review. To prepare for this, extensive background material regarding HSS, the Department, Faculty and Fellows had to be collected and collated. Tara Browe, Fellowship Coordinator, worked diligently to compile necessary documentation and format as required. The site visit ran very smoothly. Tara is an asset to the Radiology Department Fellowship program. She is the go-to person regarding all Fellowship issues. Her organizational skills, proactivity and ability to cooperate with others has been instrumental in the success of the Fellowship program.

A Focus on Medical Students Medical students are the future of healthcare. The Department and our team work

diligently to ensure that they receive the best training and experience of the expertise available at HSS. We have created a curriculum for the students and provide unparalleled supervision. The Attending Radiology Faculty offers lectures to medical students, residents, and other observers while on their HSS clinical rotations. Lectures in musculoskeletal imaging are given to rotating medical students.

Residents in Radiology, Orthopedics, and Rheumatology Musculoskeletal curriculum for the New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) radiology residents receive core musculoskeletal imaging lectures. This curriculum material is updated annually. In addition to the core curriculum lectures, the Department offers teaching conferences for the NYPH residents every other week. We host PGY-1 orthopedic surgery residents for MRI, CT, and X-Ray radiograph readout sessions three times a week and give a weekly case-based sports conference for orthopedic surgery

Tara Browe, Radiology Fellowship Coordinator

residents. There are also twice-monthly Radiology-Pathology conferences for the orthopedic surgery residents as well as weekly case conference for Rheumatology residents and Fellows. All teaching sessions provide pertinent information relative to the individual clinical practices.

In the Robert H. Freiberger, MD Academic Resource Center We Welcome our Newest Academic Technology Coordinator One of the only imaging libraries of its kind, the Robert H. Freiberger, MD Academic Resource Center, located in the Hospital for Special Surgery Department of Radiology and Imaging, has a new Academic Technology Coordinator. Welcome Julianna Nova. Originally from Armenia and in the States since 1993, Julianna comes to us from Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she was a web developer, an editor, and the faculty/student liaison for 11 years.

Julianna Nova, Radiology Academic Technology Coordinator

As the Department’s Academic Technology Coordinator, Julianna is in charge of the Robert H. Freiberger, MD Academic Resource Center and helps manage the maintenance and on-going development of the Department’s information on the HSS website with regard to updates and accomplishments of the Radiologists along with new service offerings and technological advances. She works closely with Dr. Bogner on the popular “What’s the Diagnosis?” and Dr. Saboeiro on the “Ultrasound of the Month” columns on the HSS Website. She also supports the maintenance and updates of the Departments’ Imaging Teaching File.

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Growth

Ed White, Assistant Vice President, is participating on a number of internal teams to help make the transition to ICD–10 as smooth as possible. Ed is working to assess the impact on the Department as well as the Hospital so that everyone is ready to roll in 2013!

• The OMNI building in Nassau County is being expanded from a two-room suite to a three-room suite. That location is also receiving a new MRI unit. This project will be completed late fourth quarter or early first quarter. • In 2011, the Hospital opened the 75th St. campus for pain management and physiatry service lines; with that the Department installed a radiography suite with three rooms as well as another MRI unit.

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• One of the ultrasound units has been upgraded with navigation capability.

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According to Lou Shapiro, President and CEO, “HSS will benefit from the transition to ICD–10 in a number of ways. The ability to collect more robust and precise data through this new code set will enable HSS to improve our clinical decision-making abilities; further our capacity to distinguish advances in medicine and medical technology; and more effectively evaluate medical processes and outcomes. Ultimately, ICD–10 will play a role in improving patient care and safety at HSS.”

• In the East River Professional building the Department is adding a 6th floor radiography suite that will have two X-Ray rooms to service the new doctor’s offices being renovated on the floor.

• A number of portable X-Ray units have been upgraded to DR acquisition. This allows our physicians and technologists to have access to images within six to ten seconds after taking the picture.

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In January 2009, The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published a final rule to adopt ICD–10 as the HIPAA standard code sets to replace the previously adopted ICD–9 codes.

• Four C-Arms/portable fluoro units were added to the fleet, which now stands at 15. This includes a unit that has 3D image acquisition and navigation capabilities.

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Preparing for ICD–10

Ed White, RT, Assistant Vice President

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The Department is currently finalizing selection of a new Radiology Information System following an exhaustive search. The team in charge will be choosing an industry leading RIS that can be integrated with PACS and the EMR.

• The Department has purchased a new Radiographic EOS machine. EOS is a state-of-the-art radiographic system that acquires two planes of X-Rays simultaneously. This low-dose X-Ray unit can provide 3D imaging and advanced surgical planning tools. The EOS unit will be used in evaluating scoliosis, leg length discrepancies, mechanical axis and will have clinical and research application. It is anticipated to be installed and ready for use by January 2013.

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• The Pediatrics suite is being renovated and will be adding a third X-Ray room. These renovations are expected to be ready for clinical imaging by the end of 2012.

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he Department of Radiology and Imaging continues to grow and innovate. From new equipment and offices to the integration of advanced technology systems, the team is focused on bringing the best in quality patient care to everyone that walks through our doors.

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Economics n 2011 and 2012 we continue our tradition of exceeding expectations with steady growth and expansion of Radiology and Imaging services. Imaging has been expanded to multiple sites in the Hospital, on the main campus and to satellite offices with a variety of imaging modalities ensuring patients access to the best technological tools for diagnosis and image guided treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.

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As we continue to grow and expand, healthcare, physician services and imaging are rapidly changing. The anticipated future of healthcare directs present actions. Radiologists and Imaging providers along with all healthcare providers and institutions do not have the luxury of spending time dwelling in the past. One of many examples is the Affordable Care Act and its many timelines, deadlines and challenges is here to stay. Among these challenges is the expansion of the Multiple Procedure Payment Reduction (MPPR) in which payments for multiple imaging studies performed on the same patient, on the same day, even when performed and/or interpreted by different radiologists are going to be reduced. Our responsibility to provide our patients with value for their healthcare dollars is unwavering. Today, more than ever, Hospitals need to deliver cost effective quality focused imaging. Hi-value imaging is an ethical obligation that at HSS we achieve with an aligned patient centered focus. Providing valued imaging services requires efforts from all service areas. We strive to provide our patients with excellent and lasting first impressions, minimal barriers to scheduling and exam ordering, rapid turn-around, individualized protocols and knowledge transfer through reporting of specific critical and significant findings to referring physicians. Dedicated Registrar, Technologist and Radiologist attention to the elimination of inappropriate imaging and unnecessary exposure to ionizing radiation are just a few of our priorities.

Leveraging technology is key to skillful delivery of our service and technology must be on the cutting edge in order to facilitate business growth. Proper use of imaging is critical and in order to add value to patient care, we strive to provide prompt, accurate, quality services in a proficient manner. In the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging we are on the precipice of implementing information technology that will allow our Department to increase patient throughput with greater efficiency while enhancing image acquisition and the transfer of diagnostic information to the clinicians for rapid decision making. This technology will also allow better management of information needed and enable us to meet the intricate requirements of ICD-10. As a testament to our commitment to technological enhancements, we piloted a cloud based image exchange with our referring physician’s offices in 2012 in order to remove the burden of reviewing outside images on CD’s. This image exchange technology will facilitate patient throughput while decreasing unnecessary redundant imaging. A full rollout to all offices is planned for 2013. Optimizing the increased sensitivity and specificity of our imaging equipment and developing innovative methods to answer clinical diagnostic questions are key to assuring value-added imaging and create new revenue streams and assure economic growth. The HSS Radiologists imaging expertise, innovation and participation in clinical research is fundamental to this process. In addition to providing quality clinical service and expertise, we also encourage a strong focus on Academics and teaching. Our dedication to education extends beyond Radiology Residents and Fellows. We promote collegial collaboration through attendance and participation in subspecialty conferences across all service lines and our daily CME Imaging conferences

Richard Fleury, Executive Director, HSS Radiologists

are available to interdisciplinary colleagues and trainees. Interdisciplinary collaboration is pivotal to assuring mutual respect and understanding as is service and participation in department, hospital and professional society committees. Both conference attendance and service are encouraged through faculty plan recognition. The HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging is uniquely ready to meet current and future healthcare economic challenges. In today’s less predictable and ever-changing environment, successful imaging must plan and be vigilant in assuring the delivery of consistent valued services. As highlighted throughout this report, the Faculty and staff of the HSS Department of Radiology and Imaging is committed to meet all challenges with passion and dedication and recognizes the need for constant improvement and innovation. Imaging Volumes by Section 13% Magnetic Resonance (Includes Teleradiology) 3% Computed Tomography 5% Ultrasound 4% Fluoro Procedures 75% Conventional Radiology

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Service Commitments from the 2011-2012 Academic Year by Physician Ronald S. Adler, MD (2011)

Li Foong Foo, MD (2011-2012)

HSS, Infection Control Committee

Manuscript Reviewer HSS Journal HSS, Health Information Management Committee

Eric Bogner, MD (2011-2012)

Richard Herzog, MD, FACR (2011-2012)

HSS, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee

Director, Spinal Imaging

New York Roentgen Society – Alternate Delegate 2011

HSS, Institutional Review Board

Clinical fellow research presentations Judge 2011

HSS, Department CRP Committee

HSS, CME Committee Reviewer, Co-member 2012

HSS Spine Care Institute Interdisciplinary Leadership Forum

Manuscript Reviewer: CORR, Sports Health, American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), Radiographics, AJSM, and the American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM)

Anthony Chang, MD (2011-2012) HSS, Ambulatory Care Committee

Tuscarawas – Open MRI / Q & A’s Belden Village – Open MRI/ Q& A’s Editorial Board – Spine

Theodore T. Miller, MD, FACR (2011-2012)

HSS, Radiology & Imaging Teaching File Committee

Director, Resident/Medical Student Training (thru 5/2012)

HSS, Radiology Compliance Committee

HSS, Medical Student Advisory Committee

HSS, Utilization Committee

NYPH – Education Committee

Manuscript Reviewer: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), and the HSS Journal

HSS, CME Committee Reviewer (Co-Member) HSS, By-Laws Committee New York State Radiological Society – Committee on Education

Yoshimi Endo, MD (2012) HSS, Infection Control Committee HSS, Department Education Committee Assistant Editor for Ultrasound Quality and Literature review

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) – Scientific Program Committee for Annual Meeting Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) – Scientific Program Committee Chair, MSK Educational Exhibits Panel Society of Academic Bone Radiologists – Treasurer International Skeletal Society (ISS): Sponsorship Committee, Closed Program Committee, Refresher Course Committee, Chair – Electronic Educational Exhibit Editorial Board – RadioGraphics, RADIOLOGY, The Spine Journal Manuscript Reviewer: Pediatric Radiology, The Spine Journal, RadioGraphics, Arthritis & Rheumatism, Journal of Clinical US, Skeletal Radiology, RADIOLOGY, CORR

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Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR (2011-2012)

Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD (2011-2012)

HSS, Medical Board

HSS, Alumni Affairs Committee

HSS, Multi Specialties Peer Review Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Committee

HSS, Perioperative Services Committee

HSS, Quality Coordinating Committee HSS, Hospital Quality Council Committee

HSS, Physician Advisory Board Culture of Safety Committee

HSS, Credentialing Committee

HSS, Spine Care Institute Multidisciplinary Conference

HSS, Professional Safety Committee

Hip Preservation Center – Non-operative Committee

HSS, Radioisotope & Radiation Safety

PSS-Operating Medicine Working Group

HSS, Web Specialty Sites Committee

Advisory Board – Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

HSS, Education Website Steering Committee

Manuscript Reviewer – Journal of Vascular & Interventional Radiology, COOR, The Journal of Arthropathy, Journal of Rheumatology, Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

HSS, Department Education Committee NYPH Committee of Review for Promotions and Appointments New York Roentgen Society – Executive Committee 2007 – present, Past President Temple University Medical School, Board of Visitors Manuscript Reviewer – JBJS; Arthritis and Rheumatism, RADIOLOGY, COOR, Sports Health, (AAOS), Skeletal Radiology

HSS, Clinical Informatics Committee

Robert Schneider, MD (2011-2012) HSS, Radiation Safety Officer HSS, Radiation Safety Committee – Chair

Carolyn M. Sofka, MD (2011-2012) Director, Department Education and Fellowship Training

Hollis G. Potter, MD (2011-2012) Director, Department Research HSS, Department CRP Committee Chairman Consultant, Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Devices Panel, Medical Devices Advisory Committee and Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Food and Drug Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD Consultant, Cellular, Tissue and Gene Therapies Advisory Committee, Food and Drug Administration, Rockville/Gaithersburg, MD Consultant, National Institute of Health (NIH); Skeletal Biology Development and Disease Study Section Consultant, NIAMS BAA, Ancillary and Complementary Research to the Osteoarthritis Initiative: Assessment of Structural Change Working Group, OARSI FDA Special Emphasis Panel, NIH (NIAMS), BRDG-SPAN and Catalyst ARRA International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, (ISMRM) – Annual Meeting Program Committee

HSS, Professional Education Advisory Committee HSS, Graduate Medical Education Committee HSS, Fellowship Committee Activity Director Department CME conferences New York State Radiological Society – Delegate for NYSRS New York Roentgen Society – American College of Radiology Alternate delegate Interorganizational Research Council (IORC) representative from the SRU Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound (SRU) – Research Committee, Constitution American College of Radiology – Councilor for NYSRS American Association for Women Radiologists – Membership Committee American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: Membership Committee, Technical Standards Committee, Chair, Subcommittee for review and update of technical Bulletin on Transducer Manipulation

AOSSM Research Committee

HSS Journal – Deputy Editor, Editorial Board, Advisory Board and manuscript reviewer

Editorial Board, International Cartilage Repair Society Journal, Cartilage

Assistant Editor for Literature Review, Ultrasound Quarterly

Associate Editor for Imaging, Sports Health (AOSSM)

Manuscript Reviewer – Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine, American Journal Roentgenology, AJR Integrative Imaging (AJR II), COOR, Spine, Foot and Ankle International, European Radiology, Skeletal Radiology, ISMRM, and Arthritis and Rheumatism

eMRI Task Force Manuscript Reviewer, ACR, Orthopedic Research Society (ORS)

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants Ronald S. Adler, PhD, MD Published 1. Backus S., Tomlinson D., Vanadurongwan B., Mark W., Lenhoff M., Cordasco F.,Chehab E., Adler RS., Henn F., Hillstrom H., “A Spectral Analysis of Rotator Cuff Musculature Electromyographic Activity: Surface and Indwelling”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, (2011) 7: 21-28. 2. Adler RS., “10 year old active male with localized swelling over the left tibia sent to ultrasound to evaluate for possible cyst”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 6: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-6.as, 1/2011 3. Adler RS., “21 year old female status post hip surgery for labral tear with persistant groin pain sent to ultrasound for iliopspas pathology”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 7: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-7.asp, 2/2011 4. Adler RS, “62 y/o male with right lateral thigh numbness (neuralgia paresthetica)”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 8: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-8.asp, 3/2011 5. Adler RS, “73 y/o female s/p ORIF of a radial/ulnar fracture. New onset of ulnar neuropathy”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 9: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-9.asp, 4/2011 6. Adler RS., “48 year old female who goes to the gym 5 days a week experiencing right hip pain”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 10: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-10.asp, 5/2011 7. Adler RS, Stock H., Leiomyoma of the Ankle: Case Report”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal; ( 2011) 7: 94-98 8. Rozbruch R., Fryman C., Bigman D., Adler RS., “Use of Ultrasound in detection and treatment of nerve compromise in a case of humeral lengthening”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal; (2011)7:80-84 9. Kim HJ., Wallcott-Sap S., Adler RS., Pavlov H., Boachie OA., Westrich G., “Thromboembolic Complications Following Spine Surgery Assesses with Spiral CT Scans”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal; (2011) 7: 37-40 10. Adler RS, “54 year old female with lateral elbow pain”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 11: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-11.asp, 6/2011

11. Gulotta L, Nho S, Dodson C, Adler RS., Altcheck D, McaGillivary J, “Prospective Evaluation of Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs at 5 Years :Part I- Functional Outcomes and Radiographic Healing Rates”, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; (2011), 20: (6), 934-940 12. Gulotta L, Nho S, Dodson C., Adler RS, Altcheck D, McaGillivary J, “Prospective Evaluation of Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs at 5 Years: Part II- Prognostic Factors For Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes”, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; (2011), 20: (6), 941-946

20. Dragomir CL, Scott JL, Perini G, Adler RS, Fealy S, Goldring MB, “Acute Inflammation with Induction of Anaphylatoxin C5a and Terminal Complement Complex C5b-9 Associated with Multiple Intra-Articular Injections of Hylan G-F 20: a Case report”, Tissue Engineering, Repair and Regeneration Program at Hospital for Special Surgery; Osteoarthritis/ Cartilage; (2012); 20(7):791-5. (2012 Apr)Epub Posters/ Exhibits:

13. Kazam J., Nazarian L., Miller TT., Sofka CM., Parker L., Adler RS., “Sonographic Evaluation of Femoral Trochlear Cartilage in Patients with Knee Pain.” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine; (2011) 30; 797-802

1. Mercier N., Girardeau-Montaut D., Meneses A., Gaudin P., Fabre B., Cinquin P. Adler RS., Moreau-Gaudry A., “Interest of intra-articular ultrasound probe to analyze knee cartilage”, International Society for Computer Orthopaedic Surgery Conference, CAOS, 2011, London, England, 6/15-6/18, 2011

14. Adler RS, “4 year old child with painful tip of the ring finger and normal radiographs”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 12: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-12.asp, 7/2011

2. Shah NP., Miller TT., Stock H., Adler RS., Scientific electronic exhibit, “Ultrasound of Supraspinatus Tendon in the Neutral Position”, American Roentgen Ray Society, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 5/2/2011

15. Adler RS., “Longitudinal (long) and short axis of peroneus brevis tendon (pb) shows marked thickening and inhomogeneity with a longitudinal split tear Ultrasound of the Month, Case 13: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case13.asp, 8/2011

3. Moreno Y, Adler RS, Miller TT, Saboeiro GR., “Visualization of Posterior Tibial Tendon Pathology after Ultrasound-guided Tendon Sheath Injection” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 97th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Scientific Informal Poster Presentation, McCormick Place, Chicago 11/30/2011

16. Adler RS, in “Percutaneous Ultrasound Guided Interventions in the Musculoskeletal System”, Diagnostic Ultrasound Fourth Edition. Chapter 25: Mosby Inc. Philadelphia PA; Elsevier/Mosby, (2011) ISB 9780323053976 17. Adler RS, Johnson KM, Fealy S, Maderazo A, Gallo RA, Gamradt SC, Warren RF. “Contrast-enhanced sonographic characterization of the vascularity of the repaired rotator cuff: utility of maximum intensity projection imaging, Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, (JUM); (2011) 30(8):1103-9. 18. Hayter C., Miller T., Adler RS., Nguyen J., “A Comparative Analysis of two Dimensional Versus Three Dimensional Ultrasound Imaging of the Supraspinatus Tendon”. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine; (2012) vol. 31, no 3:449-453 19. Rodeo SA, Delos D, Williams RJ, Adler RS, Pearle A, Warren RF, “The Effect of Platelet-Rich Fibrin Matrix on Rotator Cuff Tendon Healing; A Prospective, Randomized Clinical Study”, Presented at the interim meeting of the AOSSM, San Diego, California, February 2011, online before print 4/10, American Journal of Sports Medicine; ( 2012) vol. 40 no. 6 1234-1241

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4. Hayter C, Miller TT, Adler RS “Three Dimensional versus Two Dimensional Ultrasound Imaging of the rotator cuff.” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 97th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Scientific Informal Poster Presentation, McCormick Place, Chicago Nov 30th 2011 5. Rehmani R, Endo Y, Bauman P, Hamilton W, Potter HG, Adler RS, et al. “Lower Extremity Injury Patterns in Elite Ballet Dancers - Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Ultrasound Correlation and Ultrasound Guided Interventions”. (Online Educational exhibit) presented for American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) 2012 meeting Vancouver, BC, Canada April 29th – May 4th, 2012 In Press 1. Dyke J P., Mintz DN., Schloss R W., Adler RS., DiMichele DM., Ballon D, Acharya SS., “Assessment of Clinically Active Synovitis in Hemophilic Arthropathy Using Dynamic Contrast Enhanced (DCE) Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Journal of Radiology; (Online First)


2. Pavlov H., Sofka CM, Saboeiro GR, Adler RS, Mintz DN., “Imaging of Foot and Ankle Athletic Injuries” Book (Chapter 6) Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine, 1 ed., Altchek D Positano R, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins 3. Loftus ML, Endo Y., Adler RS, “Retrospective Analysis of Post-Injection Imaging Following Platelet Rich Plasma or Autologous Blood: Review of Anatomic Distribution of Injected Material”, American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR)

10. Adler RS., “Moderated Session- Hands on Workshop”, “MSK Ultrasound”, International Skeletal Society, ISS, Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego California, 9/20-9/24, 2011 11. Adler RS., “Moderated Session- Sports medicine Image-Guided Intervention”, “MSK Ultrasound”, International Skeletal Society, ISS, San Diego California, 9/20-9/24, 2011

Presentations

12. Adler RS., “Moderated Session- Lecture PRP and Prolotherapy”, “MSK Ultrasound”, International Skeletal Society, ISS, San Diego, California, 9/20-9/24, 2011

1. Adler RS, Hash T., “Ultrasound Guided Interventions / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY, 1/25/2011

13. Adler RS., “Refresher Course”, “MSK Ultrasound”, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), McCormick Place, Chicago Illinois, 11/30-12/2, 2011

2.Delos D., Rodeo S., Williams RJ., Adler RS., Pearle A., Warren R. “Updates The Effect of Platelet Rich Plasma Fibrin Matrix on Rotator Cuff Tendon Healing”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, 2/18/2011

14. Hayter C, Miller TT, Adler RS., “Three dimensional versus two dimensional ultrasound imaging of the rotator cuff”, (Scientific Formal Paper Presentation) Radiological Society of North America ( RSNA), McCormick Place, Chicago Illinois, 11/30-12/2, 2011-Alternate

3. Gulotta L., Nho S., Dodson C., Adler RS., Altcheck D., McaGillivary J., “Prospective Evaluation of Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs: Functional Outcomes and Ultrasound Healing Rates at 5 Years”, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, ASES Specialty Day, San Diego CA, 2/19/2011

15. Moreno Y, Adler RS, Miller TT, Saboeiro GR., “Visualization of Posterior Tibial Tendon Pathology after Ultrasound-guided Tendon Sheath Injection” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting, Scientific Formal Paper Presentation, McCormick Place, Chicago Nov 30th 2011

4. Adler RS. Jain S., “Ultrasound / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 2/25/2011

16. Moreno Y., Adler RS., Miller TT., Saboeiro GR., “Ultrasound of Tendons After Injection”, Presented at Radiological Society of North America, (RSNA) Annual Meeting, McCormick Place, Chicago, Nov 27- Dec 2, 2011

5. Adler RS, “OB Ultrasound Cases”, Cornell Radiology Chief Resident Conference, NYPH, 3/8/2011 6. Stock H., Miller TT, Adler RS, “Sonography of the Supraspinatus Tendon in the Neutral Position: A Pilot Study”, American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, ARRS, Hyatt Regency, Chicago Illinois, 5/1/2011 7 .Adler RS, “Ultrasound / Case Review”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY, 6/14/2011 8. Adler RS, “Core Curriculum/MSK Ultrasound”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY, 7/28/2011 9. Adler RS, Radiology Grand Rounds, “MSK Ultrasound”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 8/10/2011

20. Adler RS, “New Techniques in Ultrasound”, Moderator, New York Roentgen Society Rockefeller Research Auditorium, 03-12-2012 21. Adler, RS, Instructor/Ultrasound, 2012 Society of Skeletal Radiology Annual Meeting Closed Meeting, (SSR), Miami, FL, March 18- 21, 2012 22. De La Lama M., (presenting), Chaudhury S., Cordasco F., Gulotta L., Chang A., Rodeo S., Hannafin J., Fealy S., Adler RS., “PRP for the treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis: Sonographic Assessment of Tendon Morphology and Vascularity”. Society of Skeletal Radiology (SSR) Conference, Miami, FL., March18-21, 2012 Grants

17. Loftus ML, Endo Y, Adler RS., “Retrospective Analysis of Post-Injection Imaging Following Platelet Rich Plasma or Autologous Blood: Review of Anatomic distribution of Injected Material”, Radiological Society of North America, (RSNA) Annual Meeting, Scientific Formal Paper Presentations McCormick Place, Chicago, Nov 27- Dec 2, 2011 18. Adler RS, “Ultrasound Case Review”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 02-21-2012 19. Adler RS, “PRP for the treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis: Sonographic Assessment of Tendon Morphology and Vascularity”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 2/22/2012

1. MLB – Major League Baseball Grant (COPI) Grant #3135400 1/1/11 – 12/1/11, $50,000.00 Grant # - 3135400

Eric Bogner, MD Published 1. Bogner E., “52 year old man with increasing right shoulder pain”, What’s the Diagnosis? Case 37: http://www.hss.edu/Diagnosis-Case37.asp, 1/2011 2. Bogner E., “63 year old man with right knee and progressive left hand pain”, What’s the Diagnosis? -Case 38: http://www.hss.edu/ Diagnosis-Case-38.asp, 2/2011 3. Bogner E., “60 year old woman with right hip pain and limp”, What’s the Diagnosis? Case 39: http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-39.asp, 3/2011 4. Bogner E., “51 year old woman with recent fall on elbow”, What’s the Diagnosis? - Case 40 http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-40.asp, 4/2011 5. Kepler C., Bogner E., Herzog RJ, Huang R., “Anatomy of the Psoas Muscle and Lumbar Plexus with Respect to the Surgical Approach for Lateral Transpsoas Interbody Fusion (LTIF)”, European Spine Journal, (2011) 550-556 6. Bogner E., “45 Year old man with recent trauma to the ankle”, What’s the Diagnosis? Case 41: http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case41.asp, 5/2011

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 7. Bogner E., “78 year old woman with progressive left hip and thigh pain after THR performed three years ago”, What’s the Diagnosis? - Case 42: http://www.hss.edu/ diagnosis-case-42.asp, 6/2011 8. Kepler C., Bogner E., Hammoud S., Malcolmson G., Potter HG., Green DW., “Zone of Injury of the Medial Patellofemoral Ligament After Acute Patellar Dislocation in Children and Adolescents”, American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2011;39(7):1444-9. 9. Bogner E., “82 year old man with long standing bilateral hip pain. Patient with prior cervical spine surgery and no history of previous trauma”, What’s the Diagnosis? -Case 43, http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-43asp, 7/2011 10. Bogner E., “17 year old man with recent knee trauma”, What’s the Diagnosis? - Case 44 http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-44asp, 8/2011 11. Bogner E., “10 year old boy with recent trauma to left hip”, What’s the Diagnosis? – Case 45 http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case45.asp 9/20/2011

17. Bogner E., “68 year old man with long standing knee pain”, What’s the Diagnosis? Case 49 http://http://www.hss.edu/diagnosiscase-49.asp, 01-2012 18. Bogner E., “53 year old woman with upper extremity pain for six months”, What’s the Diagnosis? Case 50, http://www.hss.edu/ Diagnosis-Case-50.asp, 02-2012 19. Bogner E., “25 year old man with recent trauma”, What’s the Diagnosis? – Case 51 http://www.hss.edu/Diagnosis-Case-51.asp, 03-2012 20. Bogner E., “33 year old injured their knee skiing three days ago”, What’s the Diagnosis?– Case 52, http://www.hss.edu/Diagnosis-Case52.asp, 04-2012 21. Bogner E., “15 year old with low back pain with multiple activities”, What’s the Diagnosis? –Case 53, http://www.hss.edu/diagnosiscase-53.asp, 05-2012 22. Bogner E., “15 year old woman with mass and pain along the ulnar aspect of the elbow”, What’s the Diagnosis? – Case 54 http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-54.asp 06-2012

4. Bogner E, Pinchinat R, “Case Review/ Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 03/22/2011 5. Bogner E, Klein E., “Infection” Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 05/23/2011 6. Bogner E, DiCarlo E, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, 5/25/2011 7. Bogner E., “Interesting Cases”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 06/08/2011 8. Bogner E., DiCarlo E., “Radiology/ Pathology”, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 06/15/2011 9. Bogner E., Pavlov H., “Core Curriculum/ Principles of MSK Trauma/Imaging Approach to Tumors” Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 07/25/2011 10. Miller CG, Brett A, Bogner E, Steiger P, Hayes CW, “Reproducibility of a Vertebral Deformity Toll Using an Active Shape Modeling Workflow Tool”, 2011 Annual Meeting American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR), San Diego, California, 9/16-9/20, 2011

12. Marx RG, Grimm P, Lillemoe KA, Robertson CM, Ayeni OR., Lyman S, Bogner E and Pavlov H., “Reliability of Lower Extremity Alignment Measurement Using Radiographs and PACS”, Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy .Vol. 19, no.10 (2011), 16931698, DOI: 10.1007/s00167-011-1467-3

23. Craig E., Bogner E., “Radiographic Assessment of Painful Shoulder Arthroplasty”, Chapter 37, pg 345, Joint Replacement Arthroplasty, 4th edition,. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

13. Bogner E., “ 45 year old man with pain about the pubis, right greater than left”, What’s the Diagnosis?-Case 46: http://www.hss.edu/ diagnosis-case-46.asp 10/10/2011

1. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C , Deland J, Ellis, S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography” 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 06-05-2012

13. Bogner E, Gargiulo A,” Lower Extremity Trauma/Case presentations” NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital NY, NY: 03-06-2012

Presentations

15. Bogner E., Plodkowski A., “Infected TKR: Lamellated vs. Non-Lamellated Synovitis/Interesting Cases” Radiology Fellow Presentations, Radiology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery NY, NY: 6-6-2012

14. Zifchock RA, Kirane Y, Hillstrom H; Brown PT A, Backus S, Bogner E, Pavlov H, Chen C, Mandl LA, Hunter D “Are Joint Structure and Function Related to Medial Knee OA Pain? A Pilot Study” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 2011Oct; 469(10):2866-73. Epub 2011 Jul 19. 15. Bogner E, “2 year old girl referred from outside institution for evaluation of Scoliosis Series”, What’s the Diagnosis?- Case 47: http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-47.asp 11/08/2011 16. Bogner E, “8 year old girl with history of limping”, What’s the Diagnosis? - Case 48: http://www.hss.edu/diagnosis-case-48.asp 12/21/2011

Posters

1. Bogner E, Klein M, “Matrix and Modeling I” Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 1/24/2011 2. Bogner E., Klein M., “Matrix and Modeling II” Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 2/07/2011 3. Bogner E., “Interesting Cases”, Radiology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, NY,NY:02/23/2011

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11. Bogner E, DiCarlo E, “Joint (DJD ETC)”, Radiology/Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 10/10/2011 12. Bogner E, DiCarlo E, “Joint (DJD ETC)”, Radiology/Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 10/24/2011

14. Bogner E, Klein M, “End of Bone Lesions”, Radiology Pathology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/14/2012

16. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C, Deland J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot Patients and Control Using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, presented by Amgad Haleem as a Podium Presentation at the 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 06-07-2012


17. Bogner E., Burge A., “Imaging in Rheumatology: Adult/Interesting Cases” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 06-13-12 18. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C, Deland J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, presented by Amgad Haleem at American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, (AOFAS) Annual meeting, San Diego, CA,06-22-2012

Alissa J. Burge, MD Posters 1. Burge A, Gold S, Koff M, Kelley BT, Pownder S, Potter HG, “Quantitative MRI and Radiographic Measurements in Femoroacetabular Impingement”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, June 5, 2012

Anthony Chang, MD Presentations 1. Chang A, Perino G, “Surface Lesions I”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 3/28/2011 2. Chang A, Perino G, “Surface Lesions II”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 4/4/2011 3. Chang A., “Case Review / Case Presentation”, Physiatry, New York Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 4/6/2011 4. Chang A., Skonieczki B., “Case Review / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 4/12/2011 5. Chang A., Ghelman B., “MSK Infection/ Metabolic and Systemic Diseases”, NYPH Core Curriculum, New York Presbyterian Hospital NY, NY, 7/29/2011 6. Chang A, “On Call MR Imaging”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 8/3/2011 7. Chang A., “On Call MR Imaging: Osteomyelitis, Post- op THA” Radiology /Pathology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 08/03/11

8. Chang A., DiCarlo E., “Pediatric Conditions”, Radiology Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 02-27-2012 9. Chang A., DiCarlo E., “Pediatric Conditions”, Radiology Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 03-12-2012 10. De La Lama M., (presenting), Chaudhury S., Cordasco F., Gulotta L., Chang A., Rodeo S., Hannafin J., Fealy S., Adler R. “PRP for the treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis: Sonographic Assessment of Tendon Morphology and Vascularity”. Society of Skeletal Radiology Conference, (SSR), Miami, FL., March18-21, 2012

Presentations 1. Loftus M., Endo Y, Adler RS, “Retrospective Analysis of Post-Injection Imaging Following Platelet Rich Plasma or Autologous Blood: Review of Anatomic Distribution of Injected Material”, Radiological Society of North American, RSNA, Presentation, 3/2011 2. Endo Y, “Case Review / Case Presentation” NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 6/28/2011 3. Endo Y, “MSK CT & MRI”, NYPH Core Curriculum, New York Presbyterian Hospital NY, NY, 7/27/2011

11. Chang A., Friedman, T., “Infection”/Case Presentation, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 03-20-2012

4. Endo Y, “Upper Extremity Trauma/Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 11/01/2011

Yoshimi Endo, MD Published

5. Endo Y, Patel H, “Case Review/Case Presentation”, Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 04-03-2012

1. Endo Y., Shubin-Stein B., Potter HG., “Clinical and Radiologic Assessment of Patellofemoral Pain in the Athlete”, Sports Health 2011; 3(2): 195-210.

6. Endo Y., “MRI for the Rehab Specialist”, 6th Annual Current Concepts in Sports Medicine Conference, HSS/Weill Cornell Medical College, NY, NY 4-21-2012

2. Shindle MK, Endo Y, Warren RF, Lane JM, Helfet DL, Schwartz EN, Ellis SJ, “Stress fractures about the tibia, foot, and ankle” The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, (2012); 20(3):167-76.

Li Foong Foo, MD Published

3. Kepler C., Pavlov H., Herzog RJ., Rawlins BA., Endo Y., Green DW., “Comparison of a Fluoroscopic Three Dimensional Imaging System and Conventional CT in Detection of Pars Fractures in the Cadaveric Lumbar Spine”, Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques, online publication 2012 Mar 15. [Epub ahead of print] 4. Loftus ML, Endo Y., Adler RS, “Retrospective Analysis of Post-injection Ultrasound Imaging Following Platelet Rich Plasma or Autologous Blood: Observational Review of Anatomic Distribution of Injected Material”, American Journal of Roentgenology, 2012 October. Posters/Exhibits 1. Rehmani R, Endo Y, Bauman P, Hamilton W, Potter HG, Adler RS , et al. “Lower Extremity Injury Patterns in Elite Ballet Dancers - Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Ultrasound correlation and Ultrasound Guided Interventions”. (Online Educational exhibit presented for American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) 2012 meeting Vancouver, BC, Canada April 29th –May 4th, 2012

1. Ranawat AS, Koob TW, Koenig JH, Cooper HJ, Foo LF, Potter HG, Ranawat CS, “A1152.Comparison of Computerized Measurement of Polyethylene Wear with MRI Detection of Particle Disease”, Orthopaedic Proceedings supplement to The Journal of Bone Joint Surgery (British Volume) 2011 vol. 93-British vol. no.SUPP IV 411 2. Cooper HJ., Ranawat AS., Potter HG., Foo LF., Koob TW., Ranawat CS., “Early Reactive Synovitis and Osteolysis after Total Hip Arthroplasty”, Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research, Dec;468(12):3278-85 Posters 1. Rodeo S., Foo LF., Koff M., Potter HG., “UTE MRI of Meniscal Repair”, Poster presentation at the Orthopedic Research Society Meeting, ORS, Long Beach California, 1/13-1/15/2011 Presentations 1. Foo LF., Geatrakas C., “Case Review / Case Presentation”, Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 05/10/2011

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 2. Petrigliano F., Su H., Foo LF., Solsky I., Wickiewicz T., Rodeo S., Warren R., Potter HG., Williams R, “Use of a Biphasic Scaffold for the Treatment of Isolated Osteochondral Defects of the Knee”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego California, 02/17-02/19/2011

10. Chang A., Ghelman B., “MSK Infection/ Metabolic and Systemic Diseases”, NYPH Core Curriculum, New York Presbyterian Hospital NY, NY, 7/29/2011

3. Foo LF., Case Review/Presentation: “MRI of the Shoulder”, Resident Conference New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 04-17-2012

12. Ghelman B, “Foot Abnormalities”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 10/18/2011

Bernard Ghelman, MD

13. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Radiology /Pathology”, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 10/19/2011

Published 1. McArthur B, Cross M, Geatrakas, C, Mayman D and Ghelman B, “Measuring Acetabular Component Version After THA: CT or Plain Radiograph?”, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 2012 Published Online First™ 01 March 2012 [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 22395871 Presentations 1. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 1/19/2011 2. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 2/16/2011 3. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/23/2011 4. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Skeletal Dysphasia” Radiology/ Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/31/2011 5. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology / Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/27/2011 6. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology/ Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/18/2011 7. Ghelman B., Hayter C., “Case Review / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY, 5/24/2011 8. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Skeletal Dysplasia”, Radiology /Pathology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/2/2011 9. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology/ Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/15/2011

11. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology/ Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 9/21/2011

14. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., Radiology /Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, 11/16/2011 15. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 12/21/2011 16. Ghelman B., Klein M., “Cystic Tumors”, Radiology /Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 1/16/2012 17. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 1/18/2012 18. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Cartilaginous Tumors”, Radiology /Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, 1/30/2012 19. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E, “Cartilaginous Tumors”, Radiology /Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 2/13/2012 20. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E, “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY,NY 3/28/2012 21. McArthur B., (Presenter), Cross M., Geatrakas C., Nguyen J., Ghelman B., Mayman D., “Measuring Acetabular Component Anteversion after Total Hip Arthroplasty: CT or Plain Radiographs?” Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) San Francisco, California, 4/7/2012 22. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E, “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY,NY 4/18/2012 23. Ghelman B, Bansal M, “Diaphyseal Lesions”, Radiology /Pathology, Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/30/2012 24. Ghelman B, “Case Review / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY, 5/1/2012

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25. Ghelman B, DiCarlo E, “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/16/2012 26. Ghelman B., DiCarlo E., “Radiology Pathology”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 06-20-2012 27. Ghelman B., “Skeletal Dysplasia”, Radiology/ Pathology Conference Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 06/28/2012

Richard Herzog, MD, FACR Published 1. Herzog R., “Accessory Plantaris Muscle: Anatomy and Prevalence”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, HSS (2011) 7:52-56 2. Pak KI., Hoffman DC., Herzog R., Lutz GE., “Percutaneous Intradiscal Aspiration of a Lumbar Vacuum Disc Herniation: A Case Report”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, HSS, (2011) 7: 89 – 93 3. Kepler C., Bogner E., Herzog R., Huang R., “Anatomy of the Psoas Muscle and Lumbar Plexus with Respect to the Surgical Approach for Lateral Transpsoas Interbody Fusion (LTIF)”, European Spine Journal Volume 20, Number 4 (2011), 550-556, 4. Paku K., Hoffman D., Lutz G., Herzog R., “Percutaneous Intradiscal Aspiration of a Lumbar Vacuum Disc Hernoation: A Case Report”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, (2011) 7: 89-93 5. Kepler C., Pavlov H., Herzog RJ., Rawlins BA., Endo Y., Green DW,”Comparison of a Fluoroscopic Three Dimensional Imaging System and Conventional CT in Detection of Pars Fractures in the Cadaveric Lumbar Spine”, Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques, online publication 2012 Mar 15. [Epub ahead of print], 6. Back J., Herzog R., Lutz G., “A Rare Anomaly of the Course of the Vertebral Artery”, The Spine Journal, 2011 Jul;11(7):681-2. Epub 2011 Jun 22. Presentations 1. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 1/11/2011 2. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly: “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 1/27/2011 3. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 2/8/2011


4. Herzog R., Pavlov H, Sofka C, “ Post Operative MRI of the Foot and Ankle”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY:2/16/2011 5. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly: “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 2/24/2011 6. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/8/2011

25. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY:12/5/2011 26. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 12/19/2011 27. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 1/16/2012

7. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 3/21/2011

28. Herzog R., “Spine QA”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 1/25/2012

8. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/12/2011

29. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 2/13/2012

9. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 4/18/2011

30. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/13/2012

10. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/10/2011

31. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/19/2012

11. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 5/16/2011

32. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/10/2012

12. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 5/18/2011

33. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/8/2012

13. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/14/2011

34. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/21/2012

14. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 7/12/2011

35. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, “Interesting Cases” Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/2/2012

15. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 7/18/2011

Grants: 1. NIAMS/DARTHMOUTH -Spine Patient Outcome Research Trial - MRI Evaluations.

17. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 8/15/2011

2. Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Center in Musculoskeletal Diseases. NIH funded for the interpretation of the MRI exams performed for the SPORT NIH study.

19. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 9/13/2011

Darius Melisaratos, MD

20. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 9/19/2011

1. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 1/6/2011

21. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 10/11/2011 22. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 10/17/2011 23. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 11/8/2011 24. Herzog R., Spine Service Weekly, “Spine”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 11/21/2011

5. Melisaratos D., “Topics in Medical Malpractice Insurance”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 4/14/2011 6. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, 5/5/2011 7. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 6/2/2011 8. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 7/7/2011 9. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 8/4/2011 10. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 9/1/2011

16. Herzog R., Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 8/9/2011

18. Herzog R., “MRI of the Spine”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 8/17/2011

4. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 4/7/2011

Presentations

2. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 2/6/2011 3. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 3/3/2011

11. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 10/6/2011 12. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 11/3/2011 13. Melisaratos D., Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”, Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department, NY, NY 12/1/2011 14. Melisaratos D, Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”; Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department NY, NY 02-02-2012 15. Melisaratos D, Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”; Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department NY, NY 03-08-2012

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 16. Melisaratos D, Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”; Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department NY, NY 04-05-2012 17. Melisaratos D, Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”; Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department NY, NY 05-03-2012 18. Melisaratos D, Neurology Interdepartmental Teaching Conference: “Interesting Cases”; Hospital for Special Surgery, Neurology Department NY, NY 06-07-2012

Theodore T. Miller, MD, FACR Published 1. Kazam J., Nazarian L., Miller TT., Sofka CM., Parker L., Adler RS., “Sonographic Evaluation of Femoral Trochlear Cartilage in Patients with Knee Pain.” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUMA); ( 2011) 30; 797-802 2. Wilde G., Schneider R., Miller TT., Girardi F., “Sacral Fracture after Lumbosacral Fusion: A Characteristic Fracture Patter”, American Journal Roentgenology, (AJR); (2011), 197 (1):184-188 3. Hayter C., Koff M., Shah.P., Koch K., Miller TT., Potter HG., “MRI After Arthroplasty: comparison of MAVRIC and Conventional Fast Spin Echo (FSE) Techniques” American Journal of Roentgenology( AJR ); (2011)197 (3): 405-11 4. Hayter C., Miller T., Adler RS., Nguyen J., “A comparative analysis of two dimensional versus three dimensional ultrasound imaging of the Supraspinatus Tendon”, Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, (JUM); ( 2012) vol. 31, no 3:449-453 5. Shah NP, Miller TT, Stock H, Adler RS, “Sonography of Supraspinatus Tendon Abnormalities in the Neutral versus Crass and Modified Crass Positions, A Prospective Study”, Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUM); (2012) vol. 31 no. 8 1203-1208 Posters/ Exhibits 1. Shah NP., Miller TT., Stock H., Adler RS., Scientific electronic exhibit, “Ultrasound of Supraspinatus Tendon in the Neutral Position”, American Roentgen Ray Society, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 05/2/20111.

2. Moreno Y, Adler RS, Miller TT, Saboeiro GR., “Visualization of Posterior Tibial Tendon Pathology after Ultrasound-guided Tendon Sheath Injection” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 97th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Presentation, Chicago, Illinois 11/30/ 2011 3. Hayter C, Miller TT, Adler RS, “Three dimensional versus two dimensional Ultrasound Imaging of the Rotator Cuff.” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 97th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago 11/30/ 2011 4. Plodkowski J, Hayter C, Miller TT, Nguyen J, Potter HG, “The Sensitivity and Specificity of Lamellated Hyperintense Synovitis for Infection on MRI of Knee Arthroplasty”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations; Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/5/2012 Presentations 1. Miller TT, Klein M, “Radiology/ Pathology Conference, Grand Rounds, Fibrous Tumors”, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 01/10/2011 2. Miller TT, Chen T., “Case Review / Trauma”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 01/11/2011 3. Miller TT, “Current Status of Weight Bearing Surfaces in Hip Arthroplasty”, Visiting Professor, St. Luke’s- Roosevelt, New York 02/08/2011 4. Miller TT, Hayter C., “Case Review / Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 03/08/2011 5. Miller TT, “Journal Club”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 3/9/2011 6. Stock H., Miller TT, Adler RS, “Sonography of the Supraspinatus Tendon in the Neutral Position: A Pilot Study”, American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 05/1/2011

9. Miller TT, Lecture, “The Effect of Contrast Density, Mixing Procedure, and Time Delay on Layering of Contrast in Myelography: An In Vitro Model”, American Roentgen Ray Society, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 5/2/2011 10. Hayter C., Koch K., Koff M., Miller TT. Potter HG, Shah P., “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Arthroplasty: Comparison of MAVRIC and Conventional Fast Spin Echo Techniques”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, ISMRM Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 5/10/2011 11. Miller TT, “Journal Club”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/11/2011 12. Miller TT., Live Demonstration, “Hands-on Tutorial Faculty”, University of Leiden, Leiden University, Holland, Netherlands, 5/14/20115/17/2011 13. Miller TT, Lecture, “Ultrasound of the Wrist: Normal Anatomy and Pathology”, University of Leiden, Holland, Netherlands, 5/14/2011- 5/17/2011 14. Miller TT, Lecture, “Ultrasound of the Hip: Normal Anatomy”, University of Leiden, Holland, Netherlands, 5/14/2011 - 5/17/2011 15. Miller TT, Lecture, “Ultrasound of the Nerves of the Upper Extremity”, University of Leiden, Holland, Netherlands, 5/14/2011 5/17/2011 16. Miller TT, “Fellow End of Year Research Presentations” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/25/2011 17. Miller TT, “Dynamic Sonographic Evaluation of Supraspinatus Tears and Subluxing Biceps Tendon”, European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology, ESSR, Crete, Greece, 6/9/2011 18. Miller TT, “Ultrasound of the Shoulder: beyond the rotator Cuff”, European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology, ESSR, Crete, Greece, 6/9/2011

7. Miller TT, Instructional Course Lecture, “Facet Joints: Normal Anatomy and Pathology”, American Roentgen Ray Society, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 5/2/2011

19. Miller TT, “Core Curriculum/Imaging Approach to Arthritis and Arthropathies”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 07/26/2011

8. Miller TT, Instructional Course Lecture, “Contrast Layering in Myelography”, American Roentgen Ray Society, ARRS, Chicago Illinois, 5/2/2011

20. Miller TT. ISS moderated the closed meeting session “Benign Bone-forming Lesions” International Skeletal Society 2011 Annual Meeting, San Diego, Ca. 9/19/2011

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21. Miller TT, ISS lectures: “Interesting US Cases” “Facet Joints in Health and Disease” International Skeletal Society 2011 Annual Meeting, San Diego, Ca. 9/20/2011 22. Miller TT, ISS lectures: “Interesting US Cases” “Throwing Injuries of the Elbow” International Skeletal Society 2011 Annual Meeting, (ISS) San Diego, Ca 09/21/2011 23. Miller TT, “ISS Presentations”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 10/26/2011 24. Miller TT, Journal Club: “How to Evaluate a Research Article”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 11/9/2011 25. Moreno Y., Adler RS., Miller TT., Saboeiro GR., “Ultrasound of Tendons After Injection”, Presented at Radiological Society of North America, (RSNA) Annual Meeting McCormick Place, Chicago, 11/27- 12/ 2, 2011 26. Burton L., Miller TT, Scher D., Adler RS, “Sonography Evaluation of the Congenital Vertical Talus”, presentation Radiological Society of North American ( RSNA,) Annual Meeting McCormick Place, Chicago, 12/2/2011 27. Miller TT. Patel A., “Spine Trauma/Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 1/10/2012 28. Miller TT. “Journal Club” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 02/8/2012 29. Miller TT. Burge A., “Case Review/Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 04/5/2012 30. Miller TT. “Knee Magnetic Resonance Imaging” American Roentgen Ray Society, New York, NY, 05/4/2012 31. Miller TT. “Ultrasound of the Elbow: Scanning Technique and Pathology”, Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Course, (MGH), 05/ 9-05/11, 2012 32. Miller TT. “Ultrasound vs. MRI of the Shoulder”, Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Course, (MGH) 05/ 9-05/11, 2012 33. Miller TT. “Shoulder Instability”, Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Course (MGH), 05/9-05/11, 2012

34. Miller TT. “Ultrasound-Guided Procedures” Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Course (MGH), 05/ 9-05/11, 2012 35. Miller TT. Burge A, “Case Review/ Case Presentations”, Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 05/15/2012 36. Miller TT, Klein M, “Fibrous Tumors”, Radiology /Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/21/2012 37. Miller TT. “Journal Club” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 05/30/2012

4. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Is your MD Ready for the Electronic Health Record”, Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ helene-pavlov/is-your-md-ready-for-the_b_823920.html, 03/02/2011 5. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Keys to Learning? Rationale and Creativity, Not Memorization”, Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/keys-to-learning-rational_b_830042.html, 03/17/2011

38. Hayter CL, Koff MF, Shah P, Koch KM, Miller TT, Potter HG “MRI After Arthroplasty: Comparison of MAVRIC and conventional Fast Spin Echo Techniques.(AJR)2011; 197(3):W405-11; NIH Medical Imaging Study Section(MEDI) 2012, 8th Annual Lodwick Award, Massachusetts General Hospital, 06/1/2012 39. Plodkowski J, Hayter C, Miller TT, Nguyen J, Potter HG, “The Sensitivity and Specificity of Lamellated Hyperintense Synovitis for Infection on MRI of Knee Arthroplasty”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations , Podium Presentation; Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 06/15/2012 40. Miller TT. “Ultrasound of Elbow Nerve Entrapment” European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (ESSR), Innsbruck, Austria 06/ 28 – 06/30, 2012 41. Miller TT. “Ultrasound of the Hand and Wrist: Normal Anatomy”, European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (ESSR), Innsbruck, Austria: 06/ 28 – 06/30, 2012

Helene Pavlov MD, FACR Published 1. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Is Rest Time for Physicians and Pilots Out of Control”, Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ helene-pavlov/rest-time-for-physicians_b_808862.html, 01/18/2011 2. Khakharia S., Bigman D., Fryman C., Segal K., Fragomen A., Pavlov H., Rozbruch R., “Comparison of PACS and Hardcopy 51” X-rays for Measuring Leg Length and Deformity” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, CORR, 469 (1); 244-250, 02/3/2011

3. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Why are Female Doctors Paid Less”, Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/could-gender-pay-gapcost_b_823917.html, 02/18/2011

6. Pavlov H., “Imaging Studies and Knee Replacement Surgery: What You Need to Know”, Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ helene-pavlov/imaging-studies-and-knee_b_823925.html, 04/5/2011 7. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Your Family Doctor?” TFD News, Sourcing the World’s Headlines, http://www.tfdnews.com/news/2011/04/21/9359 2-helene-pavlov-will-artificial-intelligence-replaceyour-family-doctor.htm, 04/20/2011 8. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Teen Drinking: Do Parents Know the Facts?” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/teen-drinking_b_851606.html, 4/11/2011 9. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Your Family Doctor?” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ helene-pavlov/artificial-intelligence-familydoctor_b_851292.html, 04/21/2011 10. Mancuso C., Pavlov H., Hays P., Sculco T., “Symptoms Associated with Compartmental Radiographic Disease in Hip Arthroplasty”, Journal of Arthroplasty, 2011;26:439-444 11. Kim HJ., Walcott-Sap S., Adler RS., Pavlov H., Boachie OA., Westrich G., “Thromboembolic Complications Following Spine Surgery Assesses with Spiral CT Scans”, The Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, (2011) 7: 37-40

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 12. Ellis S., Williams B., Pavlov H., Deland J., “Results of Anatomic Lateral Ankle Ligament Reconstruction with Anterior Tibial Tendon Allograft”, Paper # FAI-2010-004105, Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research CORR, 2011 4: 91-99 13. Burritt DJ, Pavlov H., Torg JS., “Status of Predicting Brain Function, Detected by Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques Following Concussion”, Temple University Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, (2011) 6:21-25 14. Ellis S., Williams B., Garg R., Campbell G., Pavlov H., Deland J., “Incidence of Plantar Lateral Foot Pain before and After the Use of Trial Metal Wedges in Lateral Column Lengthening”, Foot and Ankle International, (2011) 7:665-673 15. Ellis S., Williams B., Pavlov H., Deland J., “Results of Anatomic Lateral Ankle Ligament Reconstruction with Tendon Allograft”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, (2011), (7), 2:134-140 16. Ellis S., Williams BR., Garg R., Campbell G, Pavlov H., Deland JT., “Incidence of plantar lateral foot pain before and after the use of trial metal wedges in lateral column lengthening.” Foot and Ankle International, FAI, 2011 Jul; 32(7):665-73 17. Pavlov H., “Helene Pavlov: How Does Medicare Really Work?” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/what-exactly-does-having_b_873849.html, 7/18/2011 18. Pavlov H., “Obese Children: Is it Nature, Nurture, or Both?” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/obese-children-is-itnatu_b_935042.html,8/25/2011 19. Zifchock RA, Kirane Y, Hillstrom H Brown PT A, Backus S, Bogner E, Pavlov H, Chen C, Mandl LA, Hunter D. “Are joint structure and function related to medial knee OA pain?” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 2011 Oct; 469(10):2866-73. Epub 2011 Jul 19. 20. Marx RG, Grimm P, Lillemoe KA, Robertson CM, Ayeni OR, Lyman S, Bogner EA and Pavlov H., “Reliability of lower extremity alignment measurement using radiographs and PACS”, Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy.Vol. 19, no.10 (2011), 1693-1698, DOI: 10.1007/s00167-011-1467-3 Published in partnership with Knee.

21. Pavlov H., “A Doctor Visit with ‘Dr. Watson’? Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/health-technology_b_1202614.html 01/13/2012 22. Kepler C., Pavlov H., Herzog RJ., Rawlins BA., Endo Y., Green DW., “Comparison of a Fluoroscopic Three Dimensional Imaging System and Conventional CT in Detection of Pars Fractures in the Cadaveric Lumbar Spine”, Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques, online publication 2012 Mar 15. [Epub ahead of print] 23. Pavlov H,”Bullying” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/bullying_2_b_1450825.html 04/25/2012 24. Kepler CK, Pavlov H., Kim HJ., Green DW, Rawlins BA., “Preoperative Templating before Spinal Fusion Using a Fluoroscopic Multiplanar Imaging System is as Accurate as CT Scan and Uses Substantially Less Radiation”. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, (JPO) online publication 04-May-/2012

Presentations 1. Kepler C., Pavlov H., Green D., Herzog RJ., Rawlings BA., Endo Y., “Comparison of a Fluoroscopic Three Dimensional Imaging System and Conventional CT in Detection of Pars Fractures in the Cadaveric Lumbar Spine”, Orthopedic Research Society 56thAnnual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 3/ 6-3/9, 2011 2. Pavlov H, Morbidity & Mortality”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/13/2011 3. Pavlov H, “Faculty/Fellow Research Presentations”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/4/2011 4. Ghomrawi H., Mushlin A., Mandle L., Alexiades M., Pavlov H., “How Frequently are Knee Replacements Premature and Why”, Department of Public Health, Division of Health Policy, Outcomes, and Effective Research, New York, NY,06/ 2/2011

25. Pavlov H., “Do the Clothes Make the Man (or Woman)?” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/enclothed-cognition_b_1450687.html 05/9/2012

5. Ellis S., Deland J., Sofka CM., Chan J., Williams B., Pavlov H., “The Effect of Medializing Calcaneal Osteotomy on Hindfoot Alignment in Adult Acquired Flat Foot Deformity”, American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society Annual Summer Meeting, AOFAS, Keystone, Colorado, 07/14-07/16, 2011

26. Pavlov H., “Fewer Tests, Lower Health Care Costs” Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helenepavlov/self-referral-testing_b_1538892.html

6. Bogner E., Pavlov H., “Core Curriculum/ Principles of MSK Trauma/Imaging: “Approach to Tumors”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 7/25/2011

27. Pavlov H., “Why a Form Collecting Race, Ethnicity and Preferred Language Data?” Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ helene-pavlov/health-care-data_b_1538907.html 06/29/2012

7. Pavlov H, “Morbidity & Mortality”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 11/2/2011

Posters/ Exhibits 1. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C, Geatrakas C, Deland, J, Ellis, S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 06/6/2012 In Press 1. Pavlov H., Sofka CM, Saboeiro GR., Mintz DN., “Imaging of Foot and Ankle Athletic Injuries” in Book (Chapter 6) Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine, 1 ed., Altchek D, Positano R, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (in edit July 2012)

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8. Jones K., Cross M, Pavlov H., Skonieczki BR, “Comparison of Multiplanar Fluoroscopic Imaging and CT for Measurement of TT –TG Distance in Patellar Instability” American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons AAOS, San Francisco, California 02/10/2012 9. Pavlov H., “Morbidity & Mortality”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 02/29/ 2012 10. Pavlov H., “ABCD’s of Radiology and Imaging – Answers, Benefits, Concerns and Definitions.” 92nd Street Y, New York, New York 06/4/2012


11. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C, Geatrakas C, Deland, J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, Presented by Amgad Haleem as a Podium Presentation at the 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 06/7/2012 12. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka C, Geatrakas C, Deland, J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, presented by Amgad Haleem at American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, (AOFAS)Annual meeting, San Diego, CA, 06/22/2012

Hollis G. Potter, MD Published 1. Cooper HJ., Ranawat AS., Potter HG., Foo LF., Koob TW., Ranawat CS., “Early Reactive Synovitis and Osteolysis after Total Hip Arthroplasty”, Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research, Dec;468(12):3278-85 2. Endo Y., Shubin-Stein B., Potter HG. “Clinical and Radiologic Assessment of Patellofemoral Pain in the Athlete”, Sports Health 2011; 3(2): 195-210. 3. Trattnig S., Winalski CS., Marlovits S., Jurvelin JS., Welsch GH., Potter HG., “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cartilage Repair: A Review”, Cartilage, 2011, 2(1):5-26 4. Koch KM., Brau AC., Chen W., Gold GE., Hargreaves BA., Koff M., McKinnon GC., Potter HG., King KF., “Imaging near metal with a MAVRIC-SEMAC hybrid”, Magnetic Resonance Med. 2011; 65(1):71-82 5. Hayter CL., Potter HG, Su EP., “Imaging of Metal-on-Metal Hip Resurfacing”, Orthopedic Clinics of North America, 2011; 42 195–205 6. Kepler C., Bogner E., Hammoud S., Malcolmson G., Potter HG., Green DW., “Zone of Injury of the Medial Patellofemoral Ligament After Acute Patellar Dislocation in Children and Adolescents”, American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2011;39(7):1444-9.

7. Maher S., Rodeo S., Potter HG, Bonassar, L., Wright T., Warren R., “A Pre-Clinical Test Platform for the Functional Evaluation of Scaffolds for Musculoskeletal Defects: The Meniscus”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, 2011, Issn: 1556-3316: 1-7. 8. Noyes FR., Chen R., Barber-Westin SD., Potter HG., “Greater Than 10 Year Results of Red-White Longitudinal Meniscus Repairs in Patients 20 Years of Age or Younger Using 3T MRI and Clinical Parameters”, American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2011;39(5):1008-17 9. Hayter C., Koff M., Shah.P., Koch K., Miller TT., Potter HG., “MRI After Arthroplasty: comparison of MAVRIC and Conventional Fast Spin Echo (FSE) Techniques”, American Journal of Roentgenology, AJR, 2011 Sep;197(3):W405-11. 10. Hash TW., Maderazo A., Haas B., Saboeiro GR., Trost DW., Potter HG., “Magnetic Resonance Angiography in the Management of Recurrent Hemarthrosis Following total knee Arthroplasty”, Journal of Arthroplasty Vol. 26, Issue 8, Dec. 2011, Pgs1357–1361 11. Ranawat CS, Meftah M, Potter HG, Ranawat AS. “The Posterior Approach in THR: Assuring Capsular Stability”, Orthopedics. 2011; 34(9):e452-5. 12. Hayter C, Potter HG, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cartilage Repair Techniques”. Journal of Knee Surgery;( 2011); 24(4):225-40 13. Ranawat AS, Koob TW, Koenig JH, Cooper HJ, Foo LF, Potter HG, Ranawat CS, “A1152.Comparison of Computerized Measurement of Polyethylene Wear with MRI Detection of Particle Disease”, Orthopaedic Proceedings supplement to The Journal of Bone Joint Surgery (British Volume) 2011 vol. 93-British vol. no.SUPP IV 411 14. Potter HG, Jain SK, Ma Y, Black BR, Fung S, Lyman S. “Cartilage Injury following Acute, Isolated ACL Tear: Immediate and Longitudinal Effect with Clinical/MRI Follow Up”. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2012 Feb; 40(2):276-85. 15. Hayter CL, Koff MF, Potter HG, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Postoperative Hip”; Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2012 May;35(5):1013-25.

16. Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Haas SB, Figgie M, Potter HG, “MRI Diagnosis of Patellar Clunk Syndrome Following Total Knee Arthroplasty”; Hospital for Special Surgery Journal Online First™, 24 January 2012 17. Barber L, Koff MF, Virtue P, Lipman JP, Hotchkiss RJ, Potter HG, “The Use of MRI Modeling to Enhance Osteochondral Transfer in Segmental Kienböck’s Disease”, Cartilage April 2012 vol. 3 no 2 188-193 18. Potter HG, Koff MF, “MR Imaging Tools to Assess Cartilage and Joint Structures”; Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, vol.8, no.1, 29-32 February 2012 19. Kwon YM, Jacobs J., MacDonald SJ, Potter HG, Fehring TK, Lombardi AV, “Evidence – Based Understanding of Management Perils for Metal-on-metal Hip Arthroplasty Patients”, The Journal of Arthroplasty 2012 May 17, on line. 20. Hayter C, Potter HG, “Imaging Around Orthopedic Hardware: Clinical Applications” Published Wiley Online Library: 15 JUN 2012, Chapter in: Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance DOI: 10.1002/9780470034590. emrstm 1261 21. Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Boettner F, Haas SB, Potter HG, “MRI Analysis of the Component-bone interface after TKA”; The Knee 2012 Aug;19(4):290-4. Epub 2011 Jul 8. 22. Heyse TJ, Chong LR, Davis J, Boettner F, Haas SB, Potter HG, “MRI Analysis for Rotation of Total Knee Components”, The Knee, Volume 19, Issue 5, October 2012, Pages 571–575. Epub 2012 Feb 23. Posters/ Exhibits 1. Koff M., Fortier L., Rodeo S., Maher S., El-Amin S., Shah P., Chen D., Potter HG., “Temporal and Regional Changes of T2 in the Repaired Meniscus”, 2011 Annual Meeting of the Orthopedic Research Society, Long Beach, California. Jan 13-16, 2011. 2. Rodeo S., Foo LF., Koff M., Potter HG., “UTE MRI of Meniscal Repair”, Poster presentation at the Orthopedic Research Society Meeting, ORS, Long Beach, California, 1/131/15/2011

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 3. Murakami A., Hash T., Hepinstal M., Lyman S., Nesto B., Potter HG, Poster No. P139,” Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evaluation of Rotational Alignment in Painful Total Knee Arthroplasty”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, 2/16-2/19/2011

11. Rehmani R, Endo Y, Bauman P, Hamilton W, Potter HG, Adler RS , et al. “Lower Extremity Injury Patterns in Elite Ballet Dancers Magnetic Resonance Imaging with ltrasound correlation and Ultrasound Guided Interventions”. Online Educational exhibit presented for American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) 2012 meeting Vancouver, BC, Canada April 29th – May 4th, 2012

4. Manuel J., Nestor B., Perino G., Purdue E., Padgett D., Potter HG., Poster No. P014 “MRI in THA: A Prospective Blinded Comparison of MRI with Histopathology of Retrieved Tissue”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, 2/16-2/19/2011

12. Koch K., Koff M., Potter HG., “JacobianBased Correction of 3D-MSI Images Near Implanted Metal Devices”, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. May 10, 2012

5. Hammoud S., Kepler C., Potter HG., Green DW., “Intercondylar Notch Dimensions & Growth Patterns in Young Pediatric Patients”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. 2/16-2/19/2011

13. Burge A, Gold S, Koff M, Kelley BT, Pownder, S, Potter HG, “Quantitative MRI and Radiographic Measurements in Femoroacetabular Impingement”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations. Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, June 5, 2012

6. Murakami A., Hash T., Hepinstall M., Lyman S., Nestor B., Potter HG., “Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evaluation of Rotational Alignment in Painful Total Knee Arthroplasty”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. 2/162/19/2011

14. Plodkowski J, Hayter C, Miller TT, Nguyen J, Potter HG, “The Sensitivity and Specificity of Lamellated Hyperintense Synovitis for Infection on MRI of Knee Arthroplasty”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Poster presentation Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY June 05, 2012

7. Manuel J., Nestor B., Perino G., Purdue E., Padgett D., Potter HG., “MRI in THA: A Prospective Blinded Comparison of MRI with Histopathology of Retrieved Tissue”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. 2/162/19/2011

In Press

8. Hammoud S., Christopher Kepler C., Potter HG., Green DW., NY Poster No. P254 “Intercondylar Notch Dimensions & Growth Patterns in Young Pediatric Patients” American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego California, 2/16 –2/ 19/2011 9. Koff MF, Shah P, Koch KM, Potter HG. “Quantifying Image Distortion of Orthopedic Materials in Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, 2012 Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco CA, Feb 4-7, 2012 10. Hayter CL, Koff MF, Shah P, Koch KM, Su EP, Potter HG. “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Metal on Metal Hip Resurfacing Implants”, 2012 Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco CA, Feb 4-7, 2012.

1. Hash TW, Potter HG, “Imaging of the Throwing Athlete”, In: Dines JM, El Attrache NS, Yocim LA, Altchek DW, Andrews J, Wilk KE, ed. Sports Medicine of Baseball, Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2011 2. Hayter C., Hammoud S., Berner N., Ma Y., Kepler C., Potter HG., Green D., “Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Intercondylar Notch Growth Patterns in Children: an MRI Observational Study”, Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics, JPO 2011 Presentations: 1. Hammoud S., Christopher Kepler C., Potter HG., Green DW.,”Intercondylar Notch Dimensions & Growth Patterns in Young Pediatric Patients” European Orthopedic Pediatric Society, EPOS Meeting, Basel Switzerland, 2/4/2011 2. Herzog R., Potter HG, Sofka CM, “Post Operative MRI of the Foot and Ankle” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, 2/9/2011

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3. Potter HG, “Use of a Biphasic Scaffold for the Treatment of Isolated Osteochondral Defects of the Knee”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego California, 2/17-2/19, 2011 4. Hammoud S., Kepler C., Potter HG., Green DW., “Bone Marrow Edema Patterns of the Knee in Symptomatic Pediatric Patients”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego California, 2/17-2/19, 2011 5. Petrigliano F., Su H., Foo LF., Solsky I., Wickiewicz T., Rodeo S., Warren R., Potter HG., Williams R., “Use of a Biphasic Scaffold for the Treatment of Isolated Osteochondral Defects of the Knee”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, 2/17-2/19, 2011 6. Potter HG, “MRI and CT for Evaluation of Complications after THA”, Specialty Day, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, 2/17-2/19, 2011 7. Potter HG, “Imaging Tools to Assess Joint Structures”, 2011 Segal North American Osteoarthritis Workshop: Chicago, IL. 3/25-3/27, 2011 8. Potter HG., Educational Seminar “Generation of the MR signal and application to orthopedic imaging”, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY. 4/8/2011. 9. Potter HG, “Current clinical imaging in OA: use of imaging in clinical trials and in clinical practice”, Pfizer Advisory Board Meeting, Pfizer Global Headquarters. New York, NY. 4/15/2011. 10. Potter HG, “MRI of articular cartilage. Imaging around hardware. Sports imaging: athlete’s elbow”, Jornada Paulista de Radiologia: Congress of Radiology, Sao Paolo, Brazil. 4/294/30, 2011. 11. Potter HG., Geatrakas C., “Faculty/Fellow Research Presentations” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, 5/4/2011 12. Potter HG., Moderator, “MR Evaluation of the athlete. Knee Ligaments. Reducing Metallic Susceptibility”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine ISMRM 19th Annual Meeting and Exhibition. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 5/ 8-5/13, 2011


13. Potter HG, Moderator, “Commonly missed diagnoses in shoulder and knee MRI”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine ISMRM 19th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/8-5/13, 2011 14. Hayter C., Nestor B., Padgett D., Perino G., Potter HG., “MRI Assessment of WearInduced”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine ISMRM Meeting, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/10/2011 15. Hayter C., Koch K., Koff M., Miller TT, Potter HG, Shah P., “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Arthroplasty: Comparison of MAVRIC and Conventional Fast Spin Echo Techniques”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, ISMRM Annual Meeting, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/10-5/11, 2011 16. Koff M., Fortier L., Rodeo S., Takahashi A., Maher S., Delos D., Shah P., Potter HG., “Temporal and Regional Changes of T2 in the Repaired Meniscus”, 2011 Annual The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine ISMRM Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 5/10/2011 17. Bonassar L., Bowles R., Gebhard H., Hartl R., James A., Koff M., Potter HG., Pownder S., “Morphologic and Quantitative Mapping of Biological Disc Contructs in a Rat Tail Model”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Annual Meeting, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/10-5/11, 2011. 18. Bradica G., Castiglione E., Fortier L., Koff M., Novakofski K., Potter HG., Pownder S., Saska R., “Quantitative and Morphologic Evaluation of Cartilage Repair in an Equine Model”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Annual Meeting, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/10-5/11, 2011. 19. Delos D., Fortier L., Koff M., Maher S., Potter HG., Rodeo S., Shah P., Takahashi A., “Temporal and Regional Changes of T2* in the Repaired Meniscus”, The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Annual Meeting, Montreal Quebec, Canada, 5/10-5/11, 2011.

20. Potter HG., Keynote Speaker, “What Imaging Modalities are Available for Characterizing Adverse Local Tissue Reactions in MOM”, American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM International, Anaheim, CA. 5/17/2011 21. Potter HG, “Cartilage, Imaging in the Total Joint”, Orthopedic Grand Rounds: University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 6/3/2011 22. Potter HG., “Latest development in use of MRI for Hip Dysplasia and Impingement Syndrome”, Visiting Professor: Sharp Hip Institute for Young Adults, San Diego, CA 6/ 7/2011. 23. Potter HG, “Special Techniques of MRI for Early Diagnosis of Hip Arthritis”, Visiting Professor: Sharp Hip Institute for Young Adults, San Diego, CA. 6/ 7/2011. 24. Potter HG, “MRI for Diagnosis of Painful Total Hip, Including Failed MOM”, Visiting Professor: Sharp Hip Institute for Young Adults, San Diego, CA. 6/7/2011 25. Potter HG, “MR Imaging of a Metal on Metal Joint Arthroplasty”, Ninth Symposium on Joint Preserving and Minimally Invasive Surgery of The Hip, NY, NY, 6/16-6/18, 2011 26. Potter HG, “MR Imaging of the Painful Hip; Non Arthritic Hip”, Ninth Symposium on Joint Preserving and Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Hip, New York, NY, 6/16-6/18, 2011 27. Potter HG, “Imaging”, HSS Osteoarthritis Summit Frontiers in OA Research, Prevention, and Care: Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, 6/17/2011 28. Potter HG., “Diagnosis and assessment of osteoarthritis: Imaging”, Osteoarthritis Summit: Frontiers in OA Research, Prevention, and Care, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY,

32. Potter HG, “MRI Physics Part III”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, 7/20/2011 33. Potter HG, “Keynote Speaker”, 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, New Zealand, 10/6-10/9/2011 34. Potter HG, “MR of Hip Cartilage: Joint Morphology, Structure and Composition”; 41st Annual Advances in Arthroplasty Course, Harvard Medical School, Mass. General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts, 10/25-10/27, 2011 35. Potter HG, “Imaging of Metal on Metal Arthroplasty”, 41st Annual Advances in Arthroplasty Course, Harvard Medical School, Mass. General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts, 10/25-10/27, 2011 36. Potter HG, “Optimizing Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Using Evidenced-Based Medicine” 41st Annual Advances in Arthroplasty Course, Harvard Medical School, Mass. General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts, 10/25-10/27, 2011 37. Potter HG, “Imaging protocols: CT, MRI and US, What should be ordered and When?” American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS), 21st Annual Meeting: Advances in Arthroplasty, Dallas, Texas, 11/4-11/6, 2011 38. Potter HG, “MR and MRA is Vital”, Moderator: “Imaging the Hip”, Carl T. Brighton Annual Workshop on Hip Preservation, The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons (ABJS), Tampa Florida, 11/16-11/19, 2011

6/ 17-6/18, 2011.

39. Potter HG, “Brighton Annual Workshop on the Hip” The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons, Hip Preservation Society, Tampa Florida, 11/16-11/19, 2011

29. Potter HG, “Instructions in Reading MRI Scans”, American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, AOSSM, 2011 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 7/ 7-7/10, 2011.

40. Potter HG, “Morphological and Quantitative MRI Assessment of Joint Injury and Early Degeneration”, Orthopaedic Research Society 2012 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

30. Potter HG, “MRI Physics Part I”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, 7/6/2011

2/7/2012.

31. Potter HG, “MRI Physics Part II”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, 7/13/2011

41. Potter HG, Imaging Alternatives: “The Painful Metal-on-Metal Arthroplasty: Evaluation and Management”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS, 2012 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 2/8/2012

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) 42. Potter HG, MRI Primer for the Orthopaedic Surgeon: “MRI-Arthroscopy Correlations of the shoulder, elbow, hip and knee: a case-based approach”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS 2012 Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2/9/2012 43. Potter HG, “MRI of the hip: Arthroscopic correlation”; MRI-Arthroscopy Correlations of the shoulder, elbow, hip and knee: a case-based approach”, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AAOS, 2012 Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 2/9/2012. 44. Potter HG, “MRI: Effects of Knee OA on Joint Structure”, HSS Conservation Management of Knee Osteoarthritis Symposium, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, 3/9/2012

53. Plodkowski J, Hayter C, Miller TT, Nguyen J, Potter HG, “The Sensitivity and Specificity of Lamellated Hyperintense Synovitis for Infection on MRI of Knee Arthroplasty”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Podium Presentation; Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY June 15, 2012 54. Potter HG, Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation and Devices Panel Meeting, FDA, June 27-28, 2012 Grants: 1. NIH/NIBIB Training Grant (1T35EB006732), 2007-2012 $70,496.92/yr 2. NIH RCI Challenge Grant: Evaluation of an MRI Biomarker for Meniscal repair (RC1AR058255-01), 09-23/09-8/31/11 $466,632.00

45. Potter HG, “Advanced Cartilage Imaging”, Moderator: “Latest Imaging Advances”, 21st Annual Meeting of the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group,(SMRT) Melbourne, Australia, 5/5/2012

3. NFL Charities Grant: A prospective investigation of meniscus transplantation in the human knee: Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis of Meniscus Function”. Funded and in progress $121,650.00

46. Potter HG, Moderator, “Joint Replacement MRI” (MARS), ISMRM/SMRT 2012 Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Australia, 5/6/2012

4. NIH/NIAMS RO1: Designing meniscal substitutes through and integrated experimental, computational and statistical approach, 4/1/2010-4/1/2014 $2,092,486.00

47. Potter HG, Moderator “MSK MRI: Imaging Following Surgical Repair”, ISMRM 2012 Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Australia, 5/7 2012 48. Potter HG, “Parametric Mapping of Cartilage: Clinical Perspective”, ISMRM 2012 Annual Meeting /SMRT Forum, Melbourne, Australia, 5/7/ 2012 49. Potter HG, “Osteochondral Transfer: Autograft, Allograft & Scaffolds”, ISMRM 2012 Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Australia, 5/7/2012 50. Potter HG, “Moderator: MRI Peripheral Nerve Imaging: Case-based”, ISMRM 2012 Annual Meeting /SMRT Forum, Melbourne, Australia, May 8, 2012 51. Potter HG, Sofka C, “Faculty/Fellow Research Projects”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 5/9/2012 52. Hayter CL, Koff MF, Shah P, Koch KM, Miller TT, Potter HG. “MRI after Arthroplasty: Comparison of MAVRIC and Conventional Fast Spin Echo Techniqes”. American Journal of Radiology 2011 Sept; 197(3):W405-11, NIH Medical Imaging Study Section (MEDI) June 2012

5. Cornell University: Clinical Fellowship Program-Pownder, 8/1/10-7/31/12 $80,000.00

Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD Published 1. Schulman E., Chen K., Saboeiro GR., et al. “Cyclophosphamide Responsive Interstitial Lung Disease in Overlap Syndrome”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, 2011:7:99-105 2. Hash TW, Maderazo A., Haas B., Saboeiro GR., Trost DW., Potter HG., “Magnetic Resonance Angiography in the Management of Recurrent Hemarthrosis following Total knee Arthroplasty”, The Journal of Arthroplasty, Vol. 26, Issue 8, Dec. 2011, Pgs. 1357–1361 3. Sanders H., Saboeiro GR., Spiera R., Kirou K., Bass A, Cyclophosphamide Responsive Interstitial Lung Disease in “Overlap Syndrome” Hospital for Special Surgery Journal, Feb.2011, vol.7 (1):99-105 4. Mintz DN., Saboeiro GR., “Imaging for Hip Pain”, Hospital for Special Surgery Journal (For patients) Posted: 7/13/2011

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5. Saboeiro GR., “ 55 year old female with a slowly enlarging mass at the lateral aspect of the right foot”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 18: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-18.asp, 01-2012 6. Saboeiro GR., “52 year old woman with focal pain superior and lateral to the right hip joint limiting hip flexion”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 19: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasoundcase-19.asp, 02-2012 7. Saboeiro GR., “46 year old female with history of chronic left hip labral tear and new development of left femoral nerve symptoms”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 20: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-20.asp, 03-2012 8. Saboeiro GR., “ 57 year old female presents with 6 months of right shoulder pain and limited mobility”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 21:http://www.hss.edu/ultrasound-case-21.asp, 04-2012 9. Saboeiro GR., “36 year old male with known osteochondral lesion of the medial talar dome, presenting with slow onset of lateral ankle pain and palpable fullness”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 22: http://www.hss.edu/ ultrasound-case-22.asp, 05-2012 10. Saboeiro GR., “21year old college athlete with sudden onset of infrapatellar knee pain while playing basketball”, Ultrasound of the Month, Case 23: http://www.hss.edu/ultrasoundcase-23.asp, 06-2012 Posters/ Exhibits 1. Moreno Y, Adler RS, Miller TT, Saboeiro GR., “Visualization of Posterior Tibial Tendon Pathology after Ultrasound-guided Tendon Sheath Injection” Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 97th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Scientific Informal Poster Presentation, McCormick Place, Chicago Nov 30th 2011 In Press 1. Pavlov H., Sofka CM, Saboeiro GR, Mintz DN., “Imaging of Foot and Ankle Injuries”in Athletes in Sports Medicine of the Foot and Ankle, Eds.Altchek D, Positano R. Book Chapter 6, Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine, 1 ed., Altchek D, Positano R, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (in edit July 2012)


Presentations: 1. Saboeiro GR., Bansal M, “Sclerosing and Lytic Lesions”, Radiology/Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 3/12/2011 2. Saboeiro GR., “Ultrasound of the Shoulder”, April 14 – 17, 2011 AIUM Annual Convention, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, 4/17/2011 3. Saboeiro GR, “Case Review”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 4/26//2011 4. Saboeiro GR., “Hands-On Hand, Diagnostic and Interventional Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in the Upper Limb: State of the Art”, 2011 AIUM Annual Convention, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota, July 7/9/2011 5. Saboeiro GR., “Core Curriculum/MSK Ultrasound/ Interventional Procedures”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 7/28/2011 6. Saboeiro GR., “ Complications of the PostOperative Spine”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 8/31/2011 7. Moreno Y., Adler RS., Miller TT., Saboeiro GR., “Ultrasound of Tendons After Injection”, Presented at Radiological Society of North America, (RSNA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 11/27- 12/ 2, 2011 8. Saboeiro GR, DiCarlo E, “Spine”, Radiology/Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 12/5/2011

12. Saboeiro GR, “Diagnostic Ultrasound”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/4/2012 13. Saboeiro GR, Bansal M, “Diaphyseal Lesions”, Radiology/Pathology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY 4/30/12 14. Saboeiro, GR, De La Lama M., “Case Review/ Case Presentations”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY, 5-29-2012

Presentations 1. Schneider R., “Osteoporosis”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 2/2/2011 2. Schneider R., Sapna J., “Nuclear Medicine/ Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 02/8/2011 3. Schneider R., “MSK Nuclear Medicine”, NYPH Core Curriculum New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 7/27/2011

15. Saboeiro, GR, “Case Review/ Case Presentations”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY, 6/12/2012

4. Schneider R., “Radiation Safety”, Radiology Grand Rounds: Hospital for Special Surgery NY, NY: 7/27/2011

16. Saboeiro GR, “Ultrasound of the Elbow”, Radiology Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/27/2012

5. Schneider R., “MSK Nuclear Medicine”, Grand Rounds Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 8/24/2011

Robert Schneider, MD

6. Schneider R., “A Case of Toxic Osteoblastoma”, International Skeletal Society, San Diego California, 9/20/2011

Published 1. Wilde G., Schneider R., Miller TT, Girardi F., “Sacral Fracture after Lumbosacral Fusion: A Characteristic Fracture Patter”, American Journal Roentgenology, AJR,July 2011, 197 (1):184-188 2. Mait J, Perino G., Unnanuntana A., Chang Tai-Li, Doty S., Schneider R., Lane J. Case Report: “Multiple Multimodality Treatment of a Multifocal Osteoblastoma – Like Tumor of the Lower Extremity”; Skeletal Radiology 2012 Feb 13. [Epub ahead of print]

7. Schneider R., Bansal M, “Metabolic Bone (Adults)”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 9/26/2011 8. Schneider R., “ISS Closed Meeting Cases”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 10/5/2011 9. Schneider R, “Osteoporosis /DXA Interpretations”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery , NY, NY 2/1/2012 10. Schneider R., “Congenital Diseases”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 02-07-2012

9. Saboeiro GR, “Arthritis & Crystal Deposition/Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 12/27/2011

3. Pan N, Schneider R, Fragomen A, Kirou KA, “Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis”, Case report Consultant for Pediatricians March 2012; 11(3):94-95. http://www.pediatricsconsultant360.com/content/ chronic-recurrent-multifocal-Osteomyelitis

10. Saboeiro GR., “Diagnostic and Interventional Musculoskeletal Ultrasound of the Lower Extremity of Ultrasound lab teachings and IR” American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Las Vegas, NV February-10, 11, 12, 2012

4. Pan N, Schneider R, Fragomen A, Kirou KA, “Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis”, Case report, Consultant, vol. 52 Issue 4- April 2012, pg 310-311 http://www.consultant360.com/article/chronicrecurrent-multifocal-osteomyelitis

12. Schneider R., Perino G, “Osseous Tumors”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/16/2012

11. Saboeiro GR, “Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound MSK lecture” Part 1Ankle and Foot Masses Part 2 - Interventional Techniques: Ankle and Foot University of Michigan Musculoskeletal Course, San Diego, California, March- 7, 8, 9 10, 11, 2012

5. Saleh A., Lane J., Schneider R., “Management Strategy for Symptomatic Bisphosphonate Associated - Incomplete Atypical Fractures”. Hospital for Special Surgery Journal (5/2012) online

14. Schneider R., “Case Review”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 06-12-2012

11. Schneider R., Perino G, “Osseous Tumors”, Radiology/ Pathology Grand Rounds , Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 03-262012

13. Schneider R., “Case Review”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 05-29-2012

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2011-2012 Academic Year Research, Publications, Presentations, and Grants (Continued) Carolyn M. Sofka, MD Published 1. Kazam J., Nazarian L., Miller TT., Sofka CM., Parker L., Adler RS., “Sonographic Evaluation of Femoral Trochlear Cartilage in Patients with Knee Pain.” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, June 2011 30; 797-802 Posters /Exhibits 1. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka CM, Geatrakas C, Deland J, Ellis, S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 06-05-2012 In Press 1. Pavlov H., Sofka CM, Saboeiro GR, Mintz DN, “Imaging of Foot and Ankle Athletic Injuries” in Book (Chapter 6) Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine, 1 ed., Altchek D, Positano R, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (in edit July 2012) Presentations:

7. Sofka CM., “Post Operative MRI of the Foot and Ankle, American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, ARRS, Chicago, IL, 5/1-5/6, 2011 8. Sofka CM, DiCarlo E, “Circulatory Conditions II” Radiology/Pathology, Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 5/9/2011 9. Sofka CM., “Faculty/Fellow Research Presentations”; Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 6/1/2011 10. Sofka CM, “Sonographic Evaluation of the Wrist and Hand”, Physiatry Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 7/2011 11. Sofka CM., “Musculoskeletal Radiographic Positioning and Anatomy”, Core Curriculum Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital 7/26/2011 12. Ellis S., Deland J., Sofka CM., Chan J., Williams B., Pavlov H., “The Effect of Medializing Calcaneal Osteotomy on Hindfoot Alignment in Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity”, American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society Annual Summer Meeting, AOFAS, Keystone, Colorado 7/14-7/16, 2011

1. Sofka CM., Miller TT, “Faculty Research Presentations” Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, 1/12/2011

13. Sofka CM., Perino G., Bansal M., Salvati E., “Extraskeletal Chondroma of the Hip (case report), International Skeletal Society Annual Meeting, Coronado, California, 9/17 –9/24, 2011

2. Herzog R., Pavlov H, Sofka CM, “M&M/Post Operative MRI of the Foot and Ankle” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, 2/9/2011

14. Sofka CM., “MR and Ultrasound of Epicondylitis”, International Skeletal Society Refresher Course/Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA 9/20/2011

3. Sofka CM., Murakami A., “MRI misc. Cases / Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY: 2/22/2011

15. Sofka CM., “Ultrasound of the Adult Hip”, Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 10/21-10/23/2011

4. Pavlov H, Sofka CM, “Faculty/Fellow Research Presentations” Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 4/13/2011 5. Sofka CM., “Ultrasound of the Hand and Wrist”, 2011 Annual Convention, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) NY, NY, 4/15/2011 6. Sofka CM, DiCarlo E, “Circulatory Conditions I” Radiology/Pathology, Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 4/25/2011

16. Sofka CM, “Faculty Research Presentation”, Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 11/2/2011 17. Sofka CM., “MRI of the Ankle & Foot/Case Presentation”, NYPH Resident Conference, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY, NY 1/24/2012 18. Sofka CM., “Faculty/Fellow Research Projects”, Radiology Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY 4/4/2012

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19. Sofka CM., “Faculty/Fellow Research Presentations”; Radiology Grand Rounds, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY: 5/9/2012 20. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka CM, Geatrakas C, Deland J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot patient and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, presented by Amgad Haleem as a Podium Presentation at the 2012 Clinical Fellow Research Presentations, Hospital for Special Surgery, NY, NY, 6-7-2012 21. Haleem AM, Young E, Pavlov H, Bogner E, Sofka CM, Geatrakas C, Deland J, Ellis S, “Comparison of Deformity with Respect to Talus in Adult Acquired Flatfoot Patients and control using Multi-Planar Weight-Bearing Imaging versus Conventional Radiography”, presented by Amgad Haleem at American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, (AOFAS) Annual meeting, San Diego, CA, 6-22-2012 22. Sofka CM, Friedman, T., “Case Review/ Case Presentations”, NYPH Resident Conference New York Presbyterian Hospital New York, NY, 6/ 26/2012


Acknowledgements Content Contributors Helene Pavlov, MD, FACR

Robyn Pack

Eric A. Bogner, MD

Roseann Zeldin, RT

Li Foong Foo, MD, MRCP, FRCR

Jung Joo, RT

Yoshimi Endo, MD

Ralph Lopez, RT

Bernard Ghelman, MD

Joanna Waldman, RT

Richard J. Herzog, MD, FACR

Sean Faison

Darius P. Melisaratos, MD

Tara Browe

Theodore T. Miller, MD, FACR Hollis G. Potter, MD

Editors

Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD

Kate Larkin

Robert Schneider, MD

Michael Volpatt

Carolyn M. Sofka, MD

Phyllis Fisher

Thomas P. Sculco, MD

Julie Pelaez

Richard Fleury

Rachel Sheehan

Ed White, RT Chris Smith, RT (N), CNMT

Photographer Brad Hess

Mary Giesa, RT Tess Leynes, MSN, NP

Designer

Ruth Ann Lindner, RT

Liz Savino

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