Bio

Clinical Focus


  • Pediatric Radiology

Academic Appointments


Professional Education


  • Board Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology (2008)
  • Board Certification: Pediatric Radiology, American Board of Radiology (2010)
  • Fellowship: Cincinnati Childrens Hospital and Medical Center Radiology Fellowships (2009) OH
  • Residency: University of Toledo Radiology Residency (2008) OH
  • Internship: Boise VA Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency ID
  • Medical Education: University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Registrar (2003) OH

Publications

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  • Comparison of 2D, 3D, and radially reformatted MR images in the detection of labral tears and acetabular cartilage injury in young patients. Skeletal radiology Mayer, S. W., Skelton, A., Flug, J., McArthur, T., Hovater, W., Carry, P., Fadell, M. 2020

    Abstract

    OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the utility of two-dimensional high-resolution (2D), 3-dimensional with multiplanar reconstruction (3D MPR), and radially reformatted (RR) MRIs when evaluating the complexities of the hip joint in patients with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). We hypothesized RR would be superior in detecting labral pathology and 2D would be superior in detecting transition zone and acetabular cartilage injury.MATERIALS AND METHODS: 2D, 3D MPR, and RR MRIs of 33 patients, who later underwent surgical treatment for FAI, were evaluated for sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy. Bland-Altman methods were used to estimate agreement between each method and the gold-standard, arthroscopic visualization of the hip joint, regarding the percentage of the hip joint affected by each injury type.RESULTS: 3D MPR and RR groupings were associated with the highest sensitivity and accuracy for labral injury. 3D MPR demonstrated the smallest bias in assessing the percentage of joint affected by labral injury and was the most accurate in identifying acetabular cartilage injury, whereas RR had the smallest mean difference in assessing the percentage of joint affected by acetabular cartilage injury. 2D was the most accurate in identifying transition zone injuries, while RR was superior in assessing the percentage of the joint affected by transition zone injury.CONCLUSIONS: Our results suggest that including both 3D MPR and RR MRI groupings is favorable for accurate joint visualization and well-informed treatment planning, especially given that labral injury is a main source of pain and dysfunction for FAI patients.

    View details for DOI 10.1007/s00256-020-03566-x

    View details for PubMedID 32772127

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