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12 Ways Radiology Residents, Fellows Can Be Indispensible
Norman Beauchamp, MD, MHS, offers his tips for how residents and fellows can really become a valued member of the radiology group.
MRI May Predict Developmental Delays in Preterm Infants
Brain magnetic resonance spectroscopy to measure brain chemical ratios in preterm infants may help determine which will have neurodevelopment problems.
Gadolinium-based Contrast Linked to Brain Abnormalities
Frequent use of gadolinium-based contrast medium may play a role in hypersensitivity in the brain of patients who undergo multiple MRIs.
What Referring Physicians Want from Radiologists
CHICAGO — Referring physicians offer some insight into what they want from their radiology colleagues, from better collaboration to clearer reports.
A Radiological Christmas Carol
Huddled in his reading room, Ebenezer Scrooge, DABR, encounters the ghosts of Radiology Past, Present and Future.
Case history: A 67-year-old female with a history of long standing goiter presented with a short onset history of cough and breathlessness. She did not have any fever or hemoptysis. The chest X-ray was unremarkable.
ACR in 2014: 5 Hot Topics
CHICAGO — ACR representatives detailed major areas of concern in 2014: quality and safety, advocacy, education, economics and regulation, and radiation oncology.
Radiology's Changing Role in Healthcare
CHICAGO — To survive in a value-based pay environment, radiology must invest in new ways to show positive impact.
Low-dose CT for Lung Cancer Screening Should Be Expanded
CHICAGO — Widespread adoption of low-dose CT for lung screening may be more effective at catching early-stage lung cancer.
Tort Reform for Radiologists
If you are a radiologist and haven’t been sued, you will be. But, I don’t think we should be held liable to the same extent as the referring physicians.