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The Consequences of Being Sorry

When it comes to admitting medical errors, radiologists tend to stay silent.

Recent Content

Liver MRI is not accurate enough to definitely identify patients with iron overload.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time this radiologist was confronted with a lack of knowledge.

Patients who underwent low-dose CT for lung cancer screening and received false-positives benefited from counseling.

Knee and shoulder MRI before radiography adds to patient care costs.

35- year-old female with prior history of breast carcinoma presented with frontal headaches.

When medical errors are made, should radiologists admit fault?

Find out which vendors and features are valued most by radiology organizations when it comes to image exchange.

Case Studies

Case History: Pregnant female, 21 weeks 3 days gestational age, G2P1, experiencing severe peri-umbilical pain and a palpable bump just to the right of the umbilicus.

Case History: 54-year-old male presents with palpable right retroareolar abnormality.

Case History: Female patient in early 60s with abdominal pain and nausea.

From Physicians Practice

Some of your medical practice staff will require more intense ICD-10 training. Here's a step-by-step guide to get them prepared for the code set transition.

Here's how physicians can better find balance and regain control of their time and responsibilities.

These four challenges have the unfortunate ability to largely overshadow a physician's professional accomplishments, board certifications, and industry accolades.

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