Dr. Ryan Polselli: Why Travel?


Dr. Ryan Polselli, the Founder and CEO of MammoLink®, is a Breast Imaging Diagnostic Radiologist with years of experience and multiple awards to his name. He practices in Atlanta, Georgia, and has performed thousands of stereotactic-guided, ultrasound-guided and MRI-guided breast biopsies. When he isn’t busy with his career, though, he loves to travel, adventure and enjoy outdoor hobbies.

A Clearwater, Florida, native, Dr. Ryan Polselli grew up near the water and learned to swim before he could walk. “[I] spent most free time fishing, water-skiing, and scuba-diving,” he says. “[I] moved to Alaska in the sixth grade, and lived in Wasilla, Alaska, and Eagle River, Alaska. [I went] fishing for Salmon and Halibut in the summer, climbed a mountain, rode four-wheelers. In the winter [I] played hockey, [and I] went snow skiing and ice fishing.”

When Dr. Polselli travels, he does so to enrich his life with next experiences, expanded perspectives and a deeper connection with the world around him. If you could use a reset, why not join travelers like him and start planning your next trip today?

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Dr. Ryan Polselli: Patient Reviews


Dr. Ryan Polselli is a Breast Imaging Radiologist who has performed thousands of stereotactic-guided, ultrasound-guided and MRI-guided breast biopsies. Ryan Polselli lives and works in Palm Harbor, FL as the lead interpreting Breast Imaging Radiologist for four busy outpatient imaging centers and the Founder/CEO of MammoLink®.

Since beginning his career, Dr. Ryan Polselli has helped countless patients, and in turn, many of them have left him wonderful reviews. A couple such testimonials are highlighted below:

  • “You will not be disappointed. He was extremely helpful. I would recommend him to anyone,” wrote one past patient.
  • “Dr. Polselli diagnosed me with breast cancer earlier this year,” began another patient. “From the time he saw the abnormality on my mammogram until the time he did the biopsy and diagnosed the cancer, he was very, very helpful and kind. He helped me get an appointment for a biopsy right away. The biopsy did not hurt at all. He always took his time to explain everything to me. When the results came back, he sat down with me in his office for about thirty minutes to tell me what I needed to do and helped me find a surgeon.”

Source: https://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-ryan-polselli-26c3p#learn-bio

Dr. Ryan Polselli Radiological Specialist with Global Imaging Specialists of Florida, Illinois


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Dr. Ryan Polselli provides services for a variety of facilities in his work for Global Imaging Specialists covering Florida and Illinois.  As a professional in Breast Imaging and a General Radiologist for Global Imaging, Polselli covers Rush-Copley Medical Center in Illinois.  He also services outpatient and hospital facilities like Westcoast Radiology, MRI Associates and Tampa Bay Mobile Mammography in Florida.  Polselli is the American College of Radiology lead interpreting radiologist for many of these facilities.  He has a 100% pass rate for program and equipment applications and surpasses annual Medical Quality Standards Act specifications.  The MQSA has required the Department of Health and Human Services to establish strict standards requiring inspection of equipment and personnel, standards readily supported and adhered to by professionals like Dr. Ryan Polselli.

Dr. Ryan Polselli labors to deliver the many services of Global Imaging Specialists with the professionalism he has delivered during his entire medical career.  Global Imaging performs screening and diagnostic mammography breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound and breast MRI.  Breast biopsy procedures include techniques of ultrasound, stereotactic and MRI-guided approaches.  Global Imaging covers arthrograms, hysterosalpingograms, sonohysterograms, ultrasound guided soft tissue core biopsies, fine needle aspirations, myelograms, joint injections and CT guided biopsies.

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Dr. Ryan Polselli Works Tirelessly to Innovate Imaging Techniques in Radiology


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With a guiding hand in projects to improve practice quality and certifications, Ryan Polselli also has designed studies of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry for the bone densitometry machines of Westcoast Radiology.  His purpose was to discern changes in measured bone densities for referring physicians.  Such information helped doctors measure the meaning and importance of changes in ongoing examinations of a patient.  Polselli currently owns and maintains dual monitor GE and dual monitor Hologic Secure View workstations from his home.  This allows him to make remote mammographic interpretations and consultations.  To ensure conformity with MQSA requirements, Polselli confers with technological colleagues for inspections and reports.

Always innovative and inventive, Dr. Ryan Polselli also designed and launched dynamic contrast enhanced sequence protocols as well as patient-technologist protocols for the 1.5T and 3.0T GE MRIs.  Polselli created the MRI diagnostic and screening program for Westcoast Radiology, increasing MRI screening of the community at the facility for breast MRIs as he did so.  To meet American Cancer Society guidelines, Polselli negotiated contractual licensure for the IBIS breast imaging software module.  This software enabled Tyrer-Cuzick breast cancer risk assessment capability.  Used alongside standard patient intake questionnaires, Westcoast Radiology was able to identify 5% more patients with greater than a 20% risk of breast cancer for screening.

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Dr. Ryan Polselli Focuses on Detection and Early Diagnosis of Breast Lesions and Cancers


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As a member and Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology and a Certified Clinical Densitometrist (an individual who has passed a standardized testing process in bone densitometry for evaluating DXA, or dual energy X-ray absorptiometry), Ryan J. Polselli M.D. and Radiologist has turned his talents toward the detection and early diagnosis of breast lesions and cancers.  Ryan Polselli is today the Breast Imaging professional and General Radiologist at Global Imaging Specialists of Florida and Illinois.

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As the founder and CEO of MammoLink®, a professional team of experts in mammography who work with OB-Gyn and general practitioner physicians in the United States to make mammography services available to patients in the office, Ryan Polselli aims to significantly improve patient care.  Access to the best breast cancer screening compliance satisfies the needs of patients.  It also redirects the revenue stream back to its source; the direct contact between patients and doctors.  MammoLink® allows physicians to choose and customize the MammoLink® options which will work for their offices and their patients.

MammoLink® assures that services, technicians and equipment is in compliance both statewide and federally, while state-of-the-art 3D digital mammography units are installed and immediately available in physician’s offices.

Also Read : Ryan Polselli: The Case for Better Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis

Ryan Polselli M.D. Brings Genius with Radiology to Bear for Individual Patients


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Ryan Polselli, M.D. and Radiologist, has formed a company and service which fulfills a vital need for physicians and their patients with a minimum of stress and work.  Polselli’s MammoLink® presents only the finest equipment in the world for women’s imaging.  Similarly, MammoLink® retains leading United States’ experts in mammography with a minimum of 5 years in radiology after their medical school training.  In addition, at least one additional year is required by MammoLink® in fellowship training for breast imaging in an accredited US institution.  With MammoLink® technicians and technology, physicians and patients have instant results for their imaging studies during their office visits.  Patients and physicians have the advantage of timely consultation and interpretation.

Dr. Ryan Polselli perceived, through his own years of experience as a physician and radiologist, that the process of mammography was full of anxiety and inefficiency, removed as it was from the immediate vicinity of their physician’s office and from his or her care.  Additionally, mammography imaging equipment was sometimes substandard and sometimes painful for women.  Polselli’s brainchild, MammoLink®, brings the finest equipment and technical expertise to the doctor’s office.  MammoLink® eliminates the need for separate appointments, a trip to a distant imaging facility and the need to wait for imaging results.

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Ryan Polselli: What Makes an Entrepreneur Successful?


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Ryan Polselli is the CEO and founder of MammoLink, which started its successful run as a limited liability company in Palm Harbor, Florida by securing two provisional patents for medical devices created to decrease the number of medical errors in the field of breast imaging. Doctors can miss all kinds of information leading to unnecessary medical complications. Dr. Polselli saw a need for a new way of detecting early warning signs of cancer.

Since he founded MammoLink, Ryan Polselli has been successful in his industry because he never wavered from the vision and the impetus that originally drove him to create new products. One thing that all entrepreneurs must have is a clear and unwavering vision and plan for the future. They have to have a ‘why’ for their company. Dr. Polselli saw a need for better equipment to avoid some of the costly mistakes he saw in person as a radiologist, and that cause has motivated him ever since.

Ryan Polselli is “currently working to provide mutually beneficial research partnership with the academic community.”

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Ryan Polselli: The Case for Better Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis


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Ryan Polselli has devoted his career to creating better options for breast cancer screening and faster diagnoses. Dr. Ryan Polselli is the CEO and founder of MammoLink, a comprehensive and fully-customizable breast cancer detection system that has been used by doctors and physicians throughout the United States. Dr. Polselli saw a need in the healthcare system for more patients to get better breast cancer detection services to try and catch the disease before it causes serious complications like death.

Ryan Polselli at first developed “technical innovations and marketed several patented devices” he designed to help doctors detect early warning signs of breast cancer more effectively. These innovations were designed to reduce errors and generally improve the breast cancer screening and diagnostic experience. Many more lives can be saved every day with better screening practices and detection systems in place to help catch breast cancer before it becomes deadly.

Ryan Polselli and his wife Miranda live in Palm Harbor, Florida.

 

Ryan Polselli: Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness


Ryan Polselli entered the medical field as a Diagnostic Radiologist. He’s dealt with many complicated breast cancer cases in his long career, even implementing new ways of catching cancer before it spreads and causes serious complications. While working as the Director of Breast Imaging for Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia, he “developed and implemented interventional breast MRI services and protocols including MRI guided breast biopsies.”

Ryan Polselli has spent his career helping women get the treatment they need for breast cancer and by catching breast cancer as early as possible. He contributes to breast cancer awareness organizations and research organizations working on how to cure or mitigate the deadly disease. Awareness is a large part of the battle. By now, almost everyone has heard of breast cancer awareness organizations and are aware of the risks and widespread problems it poses many of us. But, Dr. Polselli wants to go farther and see more women get regular screening to prevent the disease from taking still more lives.

More Link: Ryan Polselli is the CEO of MammoLink.

I was just diagnosed with Phyllodes Tumor of the Breast. What does this mean?


First, let me say that I do not want to interfere with your medical care and your relationship with your treating doctors. Your doctors are more familiar with the details of your case and I would be doing you a disservice to pretend otherwise. I defer to their expertise. Please make sure you follow up with your doctor.

My answer below to your question is intended to be for general informational purposes only and not medical advice.

However, generically speaking, I can provide you with a short overview of Phyllodes tumors and some of the more common considerations encountered by patients and physicians when treating these tumors and I hope that this information is helpful to you.

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First, Phyllodes tumors are relatively rare. Because of this, we don’t have too many large studies that enable us to fine-tune our evidence based medicine approach. Stated another way, we just don’t have as much experience with them as we do with other tumors. However, there are still a few things that almost everyone agrees upon that should be helpful to you.

In general, Phyllodes tumors (note alternative spellings and various pronunciations are common) can be relatively difficult to diagnose. They often look just like a fibroadenoma on ultrasound and mammogram and even when a biopsy is done, it can still be hard to determine specific characteristics of the tumor under the microscope. This is in part because Phyllodes tumors exhibit a spectrum of behavior from benign to malignant.

One of the most useful characteristics to determine how the tumor is behaving (benign versus malignant) is to look at how quickly the cells are dividing. The quicker the cells are dividing (generally referred to as mitotic rate), the more aggressive the tumor and the more likely it is malignant. Because cells may divide at different rates in different areas, it is useful to examine a larger area of tissue to get a more accurate overall impression. For this reason it is useful to have as much tissue as possible for examination.

However, mitotic rate is not the whole story, there are other very specific tissue characteristics which require special tests to be done on the tissue which can give clues about the tumor’s behavior. For this reason, it is useful to have an expert pathologist familiar with Phyllodes tumors make the diagnosis. Often, even with the best of circumstances, the Phyllodes tumor can only be classified as “middle grade” or somewhere between benign and malignant.

In any event, because of all of these considerations, it is widely agreed upon that the tumor should always be removed regardless of the initial impression from biopsy (whether benign, borderline/intermediate grade, or malignant). This is done by completely removing the tumor along with some surrounding normal breast tissue to ensure removal is as complete as possible (known as wide local excision). A surgeon with experience in removing tumors from the breast should be able to successfully perform the surgery.

After the tumor is removed, all of the tissue will be examined and a final diagnosis will be made about the tumor. About 10-25% of the tumors are determined to be malignant. However, most of the time the removal of the tumor alone is curative. A small percentage of the time the tumor returns and a second surgery is needed. In general, no other therapy other than surgery is recommended to treat Phyllodes tumors. The overwhelming majority of all patients with a diagnosis of Phyllodes tumors on biopsy do remarkably well.

I hope this helps.

For more information visit Ryan Polselli, MD, DABR website.