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What’s Driving Imaging Utilization?

Factors both within and beyond the radiology industry’s control continue to push utilization, but growth is still slow.

Recent Content

The type of imaging processing used in digital mammography has an impact on detection of calcification clusters.

Two more radiographic signs for gastric band slippage have been identified.

A letter to the radiologist dedicated to over-radiating patients.

General practitioners in Australia are increasingly ordering imaging tests, with an increase of 45 percent over the past decade.

The FDA has approved VISIQ, an ultra mobile ultrasound system designed for greater mobility, manufactured by Philips.

As growth of imaging utilization slows, radiologists worry about the effect on reimbursement.

Case Studies

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

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

Case History: 29-year-old female, five days postpartum, presented with painful swelling and palpable lump.

From Physicians Practice

Are you doing all you can to ensure financial stability during retirement? Here, a financial planner shares his key advice.

A tax and business formation lawyer shares the legal risks physicians must consider prior to investing in or working for ancillary service providers.

Mobile health tools have come a long way over the past few years. Here's how and why physicians should be using them.

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