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Necessary CTs Should Not Be Delayed in Patients with CRM Devices
Study provides no additional evidence supporting 2008 FDA advisory that warned CT scans potentially interfere with CRM devices.
Fluoroscopic Time and Contrast Reduced in Uterine Artery Embolization
Fluoroscopic time and contrast media volume were significantly reduced when fellows received one year of formalized training.
Technology Advances Medical Imaging
Imaging Forward campaign highlights technological advances in medical imaging.
An Uncertain Future for Radiology
Changing health care laws contribute to the uncertain future of radiology.
Radiology Comics: You're Doing Great Sweetie!
Patient fear of MRI is widespread.
Grow Your Pea-Sized Brain
The expression “pea-sized brain” gets a new twist.
Poll: Are Satisfaction Surveys for Radiology Valuable?
Satisfaction surveys are a great way to gather data and identify areas that need improvement. Do you rely on surveys for feedback?
Not Necessarily the MOC Exam
Forget the controlled environment of the MOC exam. Here’s my version of an exam to really test real-world radiology aptitude.
Ultra-High-Field MRI May Detect Early Parkinson’s Disease
Ultra-high-field 7-Tesla MRI of the brain detected abnormalities in the substantia nigra among subjects with Parkinson’s disease.
Carotid Artery MRI Helps Predict Cardiovascular Events
MRI of the carotid artery may help clinicians spot vulnerable plaque characteristics that could predict cardiovascular events among asymptomatic patients.