Dr. Li Foong Foo is a Board-Certified Radiologist specializing in Musculoskeletal Radiology. She completed a Research Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology at Hospital for Special Surgery, focusing on using innovative Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging technology to diagnose and monitor postoperative total joint conditions, as well as cartilage repair and rheumatoid arthritis.
She has exhibited scientific research posters and presented papers at national and international forums.
Dr Foo’s expertise is Musculoskeletal MR Imaging, and focuses on sports medicine, cartilage imaging and arthroplasty imaging. Read about MRI for more information.
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College
Charles L. Christian Award for Musculoskeletal Research, HSS 2005
Hap Paul Award Paper of the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty, 2008
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As of May 29, 2015, Dr. Foo reported no financial interest relationships with healthcare industry.
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University of Wales School of Medicine, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 1989-1994
West of Scotland Higher Training Scheme in Diagnostic Radiology, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1998-2004
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, 2004-2007
Royal College of Physicians (United Kingdom) 1997
Royal College of Radiologists (United Kingdom) 2001
Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training in Diagnostic Radiology (United Kingdom) 2004
American Board of Radiology, 2012
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals
1) Husami YM, Foo LF, Poon FW. CASE REPORT: Now you see it; Now you don’t : Computed Tomography in Acute Mesenteric Ischaemia. Journal of the Hong Kong College of Radiologists 2000;3(4):421-422
2) Foo LF, Raby N. Bone and Soft Tissue Tumour and Tumour-like lesions of the Foot and Ankle: A Pictorial Essay. Clinical Radiology 2005;60(30308-332
3) Potter HG, Foo LF, Nestor BJ. What is the role of magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of total hip arthroplasty? HSS Journal 2005; 1(1):89-93.
4) Potter HG, Foo LF. Magnetic resonance imaging of articular cartilage: Trauma, degeneration and repair. Am J Sports Med 2006; 34(4):661-677.
5) Shindle MK, Foo LF, Kelly BT, Khanna AJ, Domb BG, Farber A, Wanich T, Potter HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage in the athlete: Current techniques and spectrum of disease. J Bone Joint Surg 2006; 88A(4):27-46.
6) Potter HG, Jawetz ST, Foo LF. Imaging of the rotator cuff following repair: Human and animal models. J Shldr Elb Surg 2007; 16(5): S134-139.
7) Nho SJ, Foo LF, Green DM, Shindle MK, Warren RF, Wickiewicz TL, Potter HG, Williams III, RJ. MRI and Clinical Evaluation of patella resurfacing with press-fit osteochondral autograft plugs. Am J Sports Med 2008; 36(6):1101-1109.
8) Cooper HJ, Ranawat AS, Potter HG, Foo LF, Jawetz ST, Ranawat CS. Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Diagnosis and Management of Hip Pain after Total Hip Arthroplasty. J Arthro 2009; 24(5):661-667.
9) Pellicci PM, Potter HG, Foo LF, Boettner F. MRI shows biologic restoration of posterior soft tissue repairs after THA. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2008; 497:940-945.
10) Crawford DC, Heveran CM, Cannon WD, Foo LF, Potter HG. Autologous cartilage tissue implant (ACTI) NeoCart & (reg) for treatment of grade III chondral injury to the femur. Prospective clinical safety trial at 2 years. Am J Sports Med 2009; 37:1334-1343.
11) Bedi A, Foo LF, Williams III RJ, Potter HG and the Cartilage Study Group. The maturation of synthetic scaffolds for osteochondral donor sites of the knee: An MRI and T2-mapping analysis. Cartilage 2010; 1(1):20-28.
12) Murawski CD, Foo LF, Kennedy JG. A review of arthroscopic bone marrow stimulation techniques of the talus: The good, the bad, and the causes for concern. Cartilage 2010; 1(2):137-144.