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50-year-old patient presented for screening mammogram. Extremely dense breast tissue was noted.

The nerves and tension of radiology certification exams are an unwelcome reoccurrence.

The ACUSON SC2000 premium cardiovascular imaging system provides physicians with a more accurate, speedier view, according to Siemens.

How three radiology-trained professionals made their careers outside of the reading room. Hint: they are all in the C-suite.

Image quality of neck CTs is improved with the use of model-based iterative reconstruction, compared with 30% adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction.

MRI identifies unique shoulder damage, termed acromial apophysiolysis, among young pitchers that could cause long-term problems.

Case Studies

Case History: 45-year-old patient with three-month history of swelling in left leg.

Case History: 2-year-old female with complaints of swelling of vulva, gluteal region, and left thigh since birth.

From Physicians Practice

With all the media coverage of Ebola and enterovirus D68, there are several things your practice can do to ease patient and staff concern. Here's where to begin.

Two nurses exposed to the Ebola virus in Dallas should not be scolded, as the CDC has done, but praised for their dedicated service to the public.

Last-minute holiday vacation requests can put a strain on your practice. Here are some ways to avoid the turmoil.

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