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The War on Teleradiology

Proponents and opponents are split down the middle regarding teleradiology's impact on the field of radiology.

Recent Content

For this “10 Questions” series, we spoke with Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA about her work and the future of radiology.

Carestream to highlight Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use certification of the Vue RIS, and updates to the Vue PACS platform at RSNA 2014.

Radiology can’t be expected to save the day every time.

Radiologists should discuss not only potential complications of MRIs in patients with cochlear implants, but also potential pain from the imaging.

Imaging for patients with Ebola virus is necessary, but new protocols need to be established to prevent spread of the disease.

44-year-old male with a history of absence seizures, migraines, peripheral neuropathy, and multisystem sarcoidosis.

Kubtec announced FDA approval of their low-dose DR system, KUB 250, which will be showcased at RSNA 2014.

Case Studies

Case History: 82-year-old male presented with acute onset of right inguinal region mass.

Case History: 58-year-old male with 3-day history of waxing and waning intensity abdominal pain.

Case History: 25-year-old female with intermittent proptosis of eye worsened by straining, coughing, and in prone position.

From Physicians Practice

Computer systems will never make good deciders and people will never make good robots.

One important skill that helped you become a physician can also help you become financially successful. Unfortunately, many forget it after residency.

Technology is a must in accountable care coordination, but also presents challenges. Here are three solutions to achieve the goal of quality patient care.

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