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Ryan Polselli
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Attended Emory University School of Medicine
Lives in Tampa, Florida
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A perfectly captured moment...walked in to the room the other day and saw this staring up at me...

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As sharks become the focus this week, here are the worlds deadliest animals...

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A few years ago, when I first started doing breast biopsies for breast cancer, I noticed that playing certain types of "soothing" music in the background subjectively seemed to have an overall positive effect on patients...decreasing pain and anxiety throughout the procedure.

It's nice to learn there now may be a somewhat more objective basis to the belief that there is a benefit from listening to certain types of music in some cancer patients.

#musicgenome  
#pandora  
#cancer
#breastcancer  
Pandora chief musicologist Nolan Gasser was featured in a recent ESPN Films special, performing a composition he wrote based on music therapy research and the Music Genome Project to soothe the pain and anxiety of cancer patients.
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This was the first "true" surprise birthday party I ever attended...for a great former neighbor and friend. His wife did an incredible job in planning this and it was an amazing experience to share. 
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This article is spot on. There is a conspicuous assault on mammography that has been going on lately and it is beginning to raise a lot of eyebrows in some of the more perceptive academic communities.

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The statistical assault on breast cancer screening continues. JAMA Internal Medicine has published another analysis of mammography. This one, an ecological study, finds evidence to support “widespread overdiagnosis.” And I’ll say up-front, one lesson from this unusual paper is how different people including academics in non-medical fields, physicians and patients, and [...]
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Most doctors in a new survey admitted that they've gone to work sick, even though they believe it puts patients at risk. The study, conducted among 536 doctors and advanced practice clinicians...
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Here's part of the problem...

The USPSTF acknowledges that by only screening women beginning at age 50, many women in their 40's will die from breast cancer because they were not screened.

However, they say the number that will die is an "acceptable" number given the cost, effort, and potential harm when undergoing diagnostic procedures such as biopsies to exclude breast cancer.

I'm not sure I can wrap my head around that logic.

Sure, I understand their statistical analysis. I have reviewed it in detail and their math is correct.

What I don't understand is the value they assign to a human life...especially 40 year old women, many of whom are often mothers and who play an integral part in all of our lives.

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#mammogram
#breastcancerscreeningguidelines
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Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) credits a mammogram for increasing her breast health awareness. That awareness prompted her to perform a routine self-exam, which saved her life, she said, during a Capitol Hill briefing hosted by the Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program of the ...
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Physician with fellowship training in Breast Imaging from Emory University School of Medicine.
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Physician, Pilot, Breast Cancer Screenging and Diagnosis, Writing, Medical Device Innovation and Patents
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  • I2 Innovation
    Owner, 2013 - present
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Tampa, Florida
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Kansas City, Missouri - Savannah, Georgia - Atlanta, Georgia - West Palm Beach, Florida - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida - Miami, Florida - Orlando, Florida - Charleston, South Carolina - Newport, Rhode Island - Wasilla, Alaska - Eagle River, Alaska - Daytona Beach, Florida
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Ryan Polselli. Welcome.
Introduction
Dr. Ryan Polselli is a breast imaging radiologist working to improve the breast imaging experience for all patients.

He recently started his own company which is developing and marketing solutions for a patient sensitive breast cancer screening and diagnostic experience.

He has provisionally obtained two patents for medical devices he believes will make the field of breast imaging safer and more reliable. He is currently working to obtain a third patent for a more efficient and less traumatic biopsy device (eliminates the "startle-effect") for ultrasound guided breast biopsies.

Ryan is also currently working on a non-fiction book providing a personal and revealing behind-the-scenes look into the field of Breast Imaging titled, "The Mammography Affair." 

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Currently developing and marketing patient sensitive technological advances in the field of breast imaging.
Education
  • Emory University School of Medicine
    Fellowship, Breast Imaging, 2011 - 2012
  • Emory University School of Medicine
    Residency, Diagnostic Radiology, 2007 - 2011
  • Spartanburg Regional Medical Center
    Internship, Internal Medicine, 2006 - 2007
  • University of South Florida College of Medicine
    Medicine, 2002 - 2006
  • University of South Florida
    Physics and Biology, 1995 - 2000
  • United States Navy
    1992 - 1994
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Birthday
November 19, 1973
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Dr. Ryan Joseph Polselli
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Charted: The Tricky Trade-Offs of Cancer Screenings and Treatments | WIRED
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Mammograms cut your risk of dying from breast cancer by 20 percent! That's good. But you have a 10 percent chance of being sent on for a bio

3D mammograms improve breast cancer detection, drive down false alarms
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Screening women for breast cancer using traditional digital mammography plus a technique that yields a three-dimensional picture of the brea