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Recent Content

FDG PET may not be valuable for all breast cancer histologies.

Digital breast tomosynthesis is effective in detecting breast cancer overall, but particularly so in dense breast tissue.

Reading X-rays is turning this radiologist back into a dayhawk.

The tomosynthesis option for the Siemens’ MAMMOMAT Inspiration digital mammography system received FDA approval.

A presentation at ARRS looked at whether surgeons are really following the USPSTF guidelines.

This edition of the Business of Radiology series focuses on accounting in radiology.

[PODCAST] Obama's sore throat and CT scan and what it means for imaging utilization.

Case Studies

Case History: 43-year-old female with right upper abdominal pain and discomfort after eating.

Case History: 7-year-old female with complaints of convulsions for one year.

RM is an active 78-year-old woman with no complaints about her health or her medications. Then she tells you about her home blood glucose readings.

From Physicians Practice

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The OIG may very well be signaling its intention to hold boards, or even individual board members, responsible for oversight responsibility for their organizations.

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Tailored risk management can reduce healthcare costs. While your insurer does its best to reduce your risk, here are three ways physicians can do the same.

Membership medicine makes good economic sense for primary-care physicians and their patients. Here's how.

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