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The Excellence in Diagnostic Imaging Utilization Act was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives and could change how diagnostic imaging services are used.

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Knife in Skull

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SOMATOM Force CT

The latest dual source CT includes features that provide low dose imaging for patients with renal insufficiency, difficulty holding their breath and more.

An ECG-triggered high-pitch CT angiography allowed simultaneous imaging of the heart, head and neck arteries.

Coronary CT angiography helps clinicians assess soft coronary plaque in patients with diabetes, identifying those who are at risk of cardiac disease or event.

Patients undergoing low dose CT chest screening for lung cancer may also be assessed by automated coronary artery calcification scoring.

Case History: 65-year-old woman with dry cough, sore throat and mild fever, had upper airway infection diagnosis and similar attacks in previous years.

Women who receive false-positive mammography results are still likely to undergo future testing.

Case Studies

Knife in Skull

Only 2 more days to enter! Send us an image of your strangest imaging case and you could win a $50 gift card in our new contest.

Case History: 65-year-old woman with dry cough, sore throat and mild fever, had upper airway infection diagnosis and similar attacks in previous years.

Case History: 26-year-old male with complaints of pain and swelling in left knee joint, had sustained knee injury from falling from a bicycle one month prior.

From Physicians Practice

Common sources of tension between physician partners often stem from a lack of role clarity and organizational boundaries.

Most physicians are their toughest critics. How do you keep things in perspective and measure your own professional success?

Consultant Gail Levy shares nine steps to ensure your practice is orienting new patients efficiently and effectively.

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