Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Find out what your colleagues are making and how satisfied they are with their career choice with results from our 2015 Compensation Survey.
How to deal with complainers.
The real threat to radiology is corporate medicine.
Compare your salary and career satisfaction to other radiology administrators with results from our 2015 Compensation Survey.
How does your salary compare with other radiologic technologists'? Are rad techs happy in their careers?
Are you making as much as your colleagues? Find out with the results of our 2015 Compensation Survey.
Fewer CT scans are needed for trauma patients when whole-body CT is included in early trauma care, but initial WBCT results in higher dose.
The number of MRIs ordered for low back pain did not decrease after the initiation of public reporting.
We've stumped you before, so give them another try: our 5 hardest Image IQs.
[VIDEO] Radiology needs leaders. Do you have what it takes to be one?
[VIDEO] Radiology is struggling to understand what is quality and value.
[VIDEO] Advice for staying on top of the ever-changing radiology-specific codes.
Case History: 2-year-old female with complains of difficulty breathing, paroxysmal coughing, and wheezing for one day.
Case History: Two-year-old female with cough with expectoration and high-grade fever.
These images of a fetal brain from a routine ultrasound examination at 22 weeks' gestation revealed a rare congenital brain abnormality.
From Physicians Practice
While the concept of physicians disclosing potential wrongdoing might appear valid on paper, it is actually more trouble that it is worth.
Change can impact a physician’s two key risk exposures: professional liability and long-term disability. Here's how to reduce your risks.
Should physicians use our craft to assist our patient's deaths to fulfill our obligation to alleviate suffering? Here are two sides of the argument.