Dr. Segall - Memphis, Tennessee
I am one of the highly qualified and an expert Radiologist - Neuroradiology with an invaluable experience of over 50 years. My residence is in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. I can fluently communicate with you in English. I will be happy to assist you via video and audio online medical consultation.
- Working Experience: 50 years of experience
- Consultation Fee: USD $200
Having practiced full-time Neuroradiology at the Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia while on an extended locum tenens for most of the 2018-2019 academic year, Dr. Segall has returned to full-time Pediatric Neuroradiology at LeBonheur Childrens Hospital and as Professor of Radiology at UTHSC in Memphis (having obtained a license to practice as a Medical Doctor - Distinguished Faculty in Tennessee).
He started working there toward the end of October, 2019.
Previously, Dr. Segall was at the Department of Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin as Professor of Radiology and at the Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin as Program Director for Pediatric Neuroradiology starting on March 1, 2009, and ending his stint there June 30, 2018.
During those Milwaukee years, Dr. Segall and his associates created a totally brand new Neuroradiology entity, developed an excellent clinical service, gained national and international academic recognition for their program at the Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin, and they created an outstanding instructional environment in Pediatric Neuroradiology for trainees.
During that time, six excellent individuals were enrolled in our Pediatric Neuroradiology Fellowship program and all have gone on to assume staff positions at numerous Childrens Hospitals in the United States.
Prior to continuing his career in Milwaukee, Dr. Segall had been a full-time practicing neuroradiologist in the Department of Radiology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, working primarily at the L. A. County +USC Medical Center, Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, the USC University Hospital and the Norris Cancer Center.
Dr. Segall was designated Professor Emeritus of Radiology at the Keck school of Medicine, University of Southern California on March 13, 2009. Dr. Segall has served as Director of Neuroradiology at USC for nearly twenty years, and he was Director of Appointments and Promotions for the Department of Radiology at USC for ten years. Prior to going to the Medical College of Wisconsin, his entire faculty career had been at USC being promoted to full Professor in 1979. Becoming part-time at the LAC+USC Medical Center he started a Neuroradiology service at the Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles in 1974 following several years as consultant there, installing the first CT scanner in a Childrens Hospital in the United States in October, 1975. Dr. Segall and his colleagues subsequently developed Neuroradiology at three additional facilities: the Norris Cancer Center, the LAC+USC Imaging Sciences Center and the new USC University Hospital. They also organized a very successful Fellowship training program that Dr. Segall ran for roughly 23 years.
Dr. Segall has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology since 1967 and holds a permanent certificate. He has also been awarded Subspecialty Certification in Neuroradiology by the American Board of Radiology and has a certificate that is active and being maintained annually. He served the American Society of Neuroradiology as its Director of Electronic Education during a long tenure that concluded in 2008. He was in charge of launching an online CME and SAM-MOC Webcast program for the American Society of Neuroradiology Foundation and he monitored the ASNR website.
Dr. Segall has enjoyed a long tenure as Associate Editor of RADIOLOGY (appointed first by William Eyler and then by Stanley Siegelman as the first editor for pediatric neuroradiology) and on the Editorial Boards of JCAT and the Journal of Child Neurology (founding editor for pediatric neuroradiology). He was Editor of the American Society of Neuroradiology Electronic Learning Center Syllabus and Associate Editor of the ACR-ASNR Neuroradiology teaching file. He has served on numerous committees for RSNA, Symposium Neuroradiologicum and WNRS. He was President of the Western Neuroradiological Society in 1978. He has served the American Society of Neuroradiology for many years as chairman of a long list of committees performing these functions until he assumed responsibility for starting up a brand new program in Pediatric Neuroradiology in Milwaukee
Dr. Segall enjoyed the honor of chairing the annual categorical course for 2001 at the invitation of the American College of Radiology. The program “Computing for Radiologists”, given on Sept. 8, 2001 was highly successful according to the ratings by the attendees and it brought in $ 60, 000 for the ACR.
In April, 2003, Dr. Segall was the fourth recipient of the American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology GOLD MEDAL, the Societys highest honor. The Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the ASPNR established this award to officially acknowledge those who have made historically significant contributions to Pediatric Neuroradiology in the areas of leadership, research, and education.
Dr. Segall was selected as the first recipient of the GOLD MEDAL of the Western Neuroradiological Society, the Societys highest honor; this award was made to Dr. Segall at the 46th Annual Meeting of the WNRS in San Francisco, October 11, 2014.
You can consult for any of the following symptoms: Round opacity (or opacities) greater than 5mm in diameter, Symmetrically dark lungs, Diffuse poorly defined hazy opacification, Mammographic mass of right breast, Multiple nodular shadows and miliary mottling, Single area of dark lung, Enlarged hilar shadowing, Upper mediastinal widening, and so on.
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