Dr. Schultz is a Board-Certified Radiologist with experience in Musculoskeletal Radiology. She was Chief of Bone Radiology at Montefiore Medical Center from 1988 until 1992 and was Physician-in-Charge of Musculoskeletal Radiology at North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, from 1992 until 2003 before working in private practice.
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College
Musculoskeletal Manuscript and Book Reviewer for the American Journal of Roentgenology, 1991–1997
ACR Committee member, Radiology/Fluoroscopy Accreditation Committee, 2002-2003
HSS Alumni Association
Mount Sinai Alumni Association, Member
New York Roentgen Society, Member
American College of Radiology, Member
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As of March 27, 2015, Dr. Schultz reported no financial interest relationships with healthcare industry.
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Miller TT, Shapiro MA, Schultz E, Crider B, Paley D. Sonography of Patella Abnormalities in Children AJR: 171, September 1998.
Schultz E, Miller TT, Boruchov SD, Schmell EB, Toledano B. Incomplete Intertrochanteric Fractures. Imaging Features and Clinical Management. Radiology (1999); 211:237-240.
Miller TT, Shapiro MA, Schultz E, Kalish PE. Comparison of Sonography and MRI for Diagnosing Epicondylitis. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound, Vol. 30 No. 4, May 2002.
Miller TT, Pavlov H, Gupta M, Schultz E. Greben C. Isolated Injury of the Cuboid bone: A Potentially Subtle Cause of Foot Pain. Emergency Radiology. Vol 9, No. 5, 272-277. Nov. 2002.
Moosikasuwan JB, Miller TT, Math K, Schultz E. Shifting bone marrow edema of the knee. Skeletal Radiology 2004; 33(7): 380-5.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.
Schultz E. Tumors and Tumor-Like Lesions ob Bone In: Miller TM Schweitzer and ME Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Imaging McGraw-Hill companies Inc. 2005.
Schultz E. Musculoskeletal Manifestations of Aids In: Miller TM and Schweitzer ME Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Imaging McGraw-Hill companies Inc. 2005.
Schultz E, Miller TT, Gupta M, Zimmer J. Imaging of Groin Pain. Scientific Exhibit presented at annual meeting of American Society of Emergency Radiology April 5 – 9, 1998.
Gupta M, Razack N, Miller TT, Schultz E. Multimodality Evaluation of Wrist Trauma: A computer-based Teaching File. Scientific Exhibit presented at annual meeting of RSNA – December, 1998.
Miller DH, Miller TT, Schultz E. Locations of Pathology of the Supraspinatus Tendon: Assessment with MR Imaging. Presented at annual meeting of American Roentgen Ray Society, May 1999. AJR 1999; 172 (supplement): 3.
Miller TT, Shapiro MA, Schultz E. Blood flow within Benign Musculoskeletal Cystic and Complex Cystic Masses: Assessment with Power Doppler Sonography. Presented at annual meeting of American Roentgen Ray Society, May 1999; 172 (supplement): 103.
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