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Coronary CT imaging may help clinicians identify patients with suspected angina who may go on to have myocardial infarction.

Jeffrey G. Jarvik, MD, MPH

Early imaging of older adults with new back pain does not improve disability outcomes.

Use peer review in radiology as an opportunity for improvement, said David A. Koff, MD at ECR 2015.

Patients with breast cancer and very low mammographic breast density have a poorer prognosis.

[VIDEO] Insight into retirement in radiology.

Give credit to radiologists when credit is due.

How to deal with complainers.

Case Studies

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

Preparing for the worst possible scenarios by maintaining legal documentation is the only way a medical group can be prepared to protect itself.


It's possible to be reimbursed for a preventive visit and a problem-focused visit performed on the same day, but proper documentation and coding is critical.

If you're looking to combat rising business costs at your medical practice your best bet is effective coding. Here's how to get started.

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