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Changing smoking habits may require more sensitive lung cancer screening criteria to include as many high-risk individuals as possible.

Private radiology groups use more social media than academic groups.

Breast lesions detected by MRI and classified as BI-RADS 2 were shown to not be malignant, and therefore do not need biopsy.

Case History: 60-year-old female with right hypochondriac pain, asthenia and decreased appetite.

A full explanation of the massive FDA recall of GE MRI systems.

Radiologists need to prepare for screening asymptomatic patients.

67-year-old male with history of worsening fatigue and jaundice.

Case Studies

Case History: 60-year-old female with right hypochondriac pain, asthenia and decreased appetite.

Case History: 40-year-old male with fracture undergoes pre-anesthetic fitness evaluation for intra-medullary nailing at the fracture site.

Case History: 31-year-old female presents with complaints of headache and tinnitus.

From Physicians Practice

The Anthem data breach illustrates the need for physicians to outline protocols in their practice to comply with new HIPAA reporting requirements.

Our healthcare system is fragmented, misaligned, full of conflicts of interest, and tragically ineffective. Here are four strategies to fix it.

Four key physician-patient communication problems increase the likelihood of a lawsuit. Here's what they are, and how to avoid them.

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