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In radiology, I had many outstanding mentors, but the ones that come to mind are retired colleagues such as Mike Kiely, Paul McGough, and Greg Aughenbaugh. There is nothing better than feeling like you contributed, in some meaningful way, to the quality care of a patient and their family. It is impossible to know everything exquisitely well tumors, infections, developmental anomalies, epilepsy, stroke, trauma, normal variants, etc.
What challenges or uncertainties do you see on the horizon for pediatricneuroradiology? LE: Time management. We need the appropriate amount of time with each patient to provide the best care possible. We need time to interpret images, keep up with the latest developments and journals, and stay in contact with colleagues.
All while trying to manage other professional duties and personal obligations. Everyone wants to take time from us; we need to make sure we keep time to ourselves for the benefit of our patients, colleagues, and families. They will help you become a better radiologist, introduce you to clinicians, mentor you in your development, and make every part of your life more enjoyable. LE: To be an accountant. I wonder if that says more about my personality than anything else on this spotlight!
What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you? LE: Of course! Please stop and say hello. The more we know each other, the more we can help each other and our patients.