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Radiology News, Features, Case Studies

Post-RSNA 2016 Coverage

All the news, features, and product announcements from RSNA 2016, the 102nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting in Chicago, November 27–December 2.

Recent Content

Radiology utilization in children transferred to trauma centers after implementation of statewide web-based image repository.

For this "10 Questions" series, we spoke with Erini Makariou, MD, about her work and the future of radiology.

Incidental findings on imaging reports are treated in different ways by PCPs.

Case History: 36-year-old male presented with weak stream and pain.

Rereading CTs in EDs receiving a transfer patient may detect major discordance in interpretation, from RSNA 2016.

MRI may help physicians determine prognosis of patients with endometrial cancer, from RSNA 2016.

Radiologists’ experience allows them to unconsciously detect lung nodules on CT, from RSNA 2016.

Case Studies

Case History: 36-year-old male presented with weak stream and pain.

Case History: 32-year-old patient presented with complaint of headache, seizures, and sensory changes.

Case History: Patient presented with vision difficulty for one year, which increased in severity over last two months.

From Physicians Practice


This month's coding column is about whether or not one or more physicians of different specialties can bill the advanced care planning codes.

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High-deductible health plans are on the rise. Here are 10 methods to ensure your practice collects from patients with these plans.

William Maples, MD

In the second of a two-part podcast,. William Maples, MD, explains that improving the patient experience can't happen through hospitality-industry amenities.

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