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Will artificial intelligence replace radiologists?

 

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Radiation used for medical imaging is not harmful, according to a recent study.

Meditation and music during imaging-guided breast biopsy can change the woman's experience.

53-year-old BRCA2 positive patient presented for bilateral screening breast MRI.

Will radiologists eventually be replaced by artificial intelligence?

Image interpretation and accuracy may be effectively measured with a new software program.

CHICAGO—Advice given at RSNA 2015 about how to teach radiology residents and fellows about business.

Diffusion-tensor MRI algorithm may help physicians evaluate patients with mild traumatic brain injury and post-trauma migraines.

Case Studies

Video: The lesion bleeds easily and grows back quickly when "knocked off."

Case History: 24-year-old male with complaints of shoulder pain, slowly increasing swelling for five years.

Case History: 44-year-old patient presented with complaint of lump in right breast for four months.

From Physicians Practice

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No one plans on getting seriously ill, but it happens. This MD says practices should learn to prepare for these scenarios, just in case.

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Physicians know what true "interoperability" means, but they have to deal with a misguided definition from the health IT industry.

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New Jersey is already a primary-care physician shortage area. A new state plan makes the problem worse by giving state employees special status.

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