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Hazardous Materials, Patient Safety, and No Training

Some states don't require radiologic technologists to have any formal education or training.

Recent Content

Cardiac MRI procedure volume is on the rise, potentially bidding radiologists and cardiologists against each other.

For this “10 Questions” series, we spoke with Paul H. Ellenbogen, MD, FACR about his work and the future of radiology.

Imaging can detect changes in white matter among children with reading difficulties.

Panic sets in when radiologists receive their peer-reviewed cases highlighting a miss.

The 16-slice CT scanner is expected to appeal to facilities due to a more affordable price point, Siemens said.

10-year-old male presents to the emergency department with left testicular pain and swelling for the last four days.

Ultrasounds accurate for initial screening for kidney stones.

Case Studies

Case History: 37-year-old female with headaches.

Case History: 20-year-old male with history of head injury followed by reduced hearing in the left ear.

From Physicians Practice

As patients become increasingly savvy about where they receive medical care, it is more important to proactively build relationships through social media.

It is my medical practice's fifth anniversary. Here are eight things I've learned about myself and running a business.

The key difference between a revocable living trust and an irrevocable trust and when and why physicians should consider using them.

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