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Franklin & Seidelmann Publishes Complex Podiatry MRI Study
Date:3/11/2008

r of radiology cases reviewed by Franklin & Seidelmann enabled the group to complete the study so quickly," added Beltran.

"The ability to collect large amounts of data in few months is unique to this setting. In any other environment a clinical researcher would have to wait years before having sufficient data to validate any conclusions," he said. "In this particular study the team requested all F&S radiologists who interpret musculoskeletal ankle MRI studies to send any cases that fulfilled specific diagnostic criteria to them. In a few months they were able to have enough cases to provide a sound statistical analysis and reach significant conclusions."

The research team included musculoskeletal radiology specialists from both Franklin & Seidelmann and Maimonides Medical Center.

Franklin & Seidelmann subspecialty radiologists interpret an average of 14,000 podiatry cases on an annual basis. Comparatively, typical radiology environments process less than 2,000 cases annually. By aggregating subspecialty radiology cases across its national client base, F&S enables its radiology team to maintain and build upon their level of expertise ensuring high quality interpretations.

The Franklin & Seidelmann team includes many of the industry's leading academic subspecialty radiologists, who join in order to gain access to high case volume in order to maintain their level of expertise. Many are nationally and internationally recognized as subspecialty experts, educators, writers and lecturers. Collectively, Franklin & Seidelmann radiologists have completed more than 8,000 academic books, chapters, articles, abstracts, research awards, lectures and exhibits.

About Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S)

Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S) is a leading, national full-service teleradiology provider offering final, preliminary and subspecialty reports day or night. F&S provides clinically specific, detailed report
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