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Everything You Missed from ACR 2016

Catch up on everything you missed from ACR 2016.

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65-year-old female with sickle cell anemia and ESRD status postrenal transplant presenting with AMS and SIRS.

UPDATED. Many states have laws on breast density notification after mammography screening – but not all notification is the same.

A machine-learning radiology startup takes on cutting costs and improving quality of care.

The order of mammography screenings done in pairs and its effect on breast cancer detection rates.

It might be threatening to steal radiologists’ jobs, but few understand what it actually is, from ACR 2016.

Predictive ability for major adverse cardiac events of cardiovascular MRI for patients compared with SPECT.

Case History: 32-year-old female presented to emergency room with bilateral flank pain.

Case Studies

Case History: 32-year-old female presented to emergency room with bilateral flank pain.

Case History: 42-year-old male with pain in left ear with occasional bleeding for one year.

Case History: 57-year-old patient presented with left flank pain.

From Physicians Practice

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We are nearly halfway through the year. What should be on physicians' radar for the rest of 2016? Here are eight things to look at.

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Practices need to expand their leadership capabilities beyond clinical-minded decisions. They have to focus on business management, too.

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A recent ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals emphasizes why it's important for physicians to not cut corners.

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