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50-year-old diabetic patient presented with fever, dysuria, and abdominal pain.

Outsiders’ influence on radiology.

Using PET or CSF assay to detect amyloid plaques in asymptomatic adults may help detect future cognitive decline.

Given the proper resources, radiologists would like to be more directly involved in patient care.

Case History: 50-year-old patient with ureteral stent evaluated with CT.

Researcher denounces low-dose initiatives for pediatric patients.

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Case Studies

Case History: 50-year-old patient with ureteral stent evaluated with CT.

Case History: 28-year-old male presents with history of headaches.

Case History: 60-year-old female presented with complaint of swelling of left mandible.

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Follow these tips to avoid feeling overwhelmed by MACRA requirements, while remaining prepared for the uncertain future.

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Small practices can benefit from partnering with an IT partner to fit their needs, here are some tips on choosing that partner.

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