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The Subspecialty Paradox

Radiologists need a subspecialty to get a job, but they aren't using that training on the job.

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Recent Content

Use of tomosynthesis has resulted in more benign breast cancer diagnoses, study finds.

The number of false positives and callbacks dropped with peer review of screening mammography, according to a study at ACR 2016.

Quantifying images is straightforward, except when it’s not.

Radiologists who provide reports in person in the ED improve working relationships with emergency physicians, according to a study at ACR 2016.

The language used in radiology reports can be ambiguous, leading patients to misunderstand the results, according to a study at ACR 2016.

Orders for radiography may decrease when patients are provided with radiography safety information, according to a study at ACR 2016.

Common myths about barriers to patient-centered radiology debunked, from ACR 2016.

Case Studies

Case History: 42-year-old male with pain in left ear with occasional bleeding for one year.

Case History: 57-year-old patient presented with left flank pain.

Case History: 20-year-old male with originally painless swelling of right cheek that has become painful.

From Physicians Practice

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In announcing its Comprehensive Primary Care Plus model, CMS showed it has somewhat learned from its first go round.

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Mentoring is an important aspect of your career development as a physician. Dr. Hoffman shares how his uncle shaped the way he saw medicine from an early age.


As healthcare moves towards a value-based reimbursement system, physicians need to be trained on analytics to better serve patients.

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