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Radiologists in the C-suite

Not all radiologists end up in the reading room, check out three radiologists who used their training differently.

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Radiology residents who take phone calls in the reading room may become distracted, reducing their diagnostic accuracy.

Case History: 12 year old female presented with fever, altered sensorium, and seizures over a six week period.

Increasing use of cardiac stress testing with imaging may be unnecessary and adds to cost and patient exposure to radiation.

[VIDEO] Radiology is at a crossroads and the first issue to be dealt with is change, says Sanjay Jain, MD, MBA.

Radiologists can choose to be gurus or geeks.

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.

Case Studies

Case History: 12 year old female presented with fever, altered sensorium, and seizures over a six week period.

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

One of the challenges with physician work-life balance is maintaining boundaries — specifically when guilt gets in the way.

The end of the year is a time when doctors begin thinking of ways to reduce their income tax exposure. Be wary: it is also a time rife with abusive tax plans.

Health reform is forcing many medical practices to change how they do business. Here's how physicians can help their managers, partners, and staff adjust.

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