Image IQ: 74 y/o; Lump over right axillary region
A 74-year-old female presents with palpable lump over the right axillary region.
Seeing one answer to a problem might make you less likely to look for another, less obvious one.
ED Follow-Up Imaging Occurs More Often When Non-Radiologists Read
Subsequent ultrasounds are more likely to occur when non-radiologists read initial ultrasounds in the emergency department than when radiologists read.
Many Radiologists Still Unsure About Breast Density Legislation
Breast density legislation is still causing confusion and controversy among radiologists.
Shorter MRI Protocol Shows Promise for Breast Cancer Detection in High Risk Women
An abbreviated MRI protocol is effective in detecting breast cancer and saving resources.
Workshop for Simplified Radiology Report Language Benefits Patients
Radiologists who use simplified language in their reports help their patients understand their results.
Consolidation: What's Continuing To Push The Trend?
The move toward greater consolidation in radiology is still going strong, and several drivers are behind it.
The Team-Based Approach
If healthcare team members were paid like sports team members.
Spending dollars to save pennies
Spending a lot to save a little isn't the best method for decision-making in patient care.
Start With Radiographs When Suspecting Musculoskeletal Infection
Radiographs can provide anatomic evaluation and appropriate starting point when investigating possible musculoskeletal infection.
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