We’ve reached a point where many in the industry wonder how mergers are working and what impact it’s having on the profession and patient care.
Magnetic resonance imaging, referred by general practitioners for traumatic knee injuries, adds to healthcare costs without improvement in outcomes.
A total of 35 percent of cancers diagnosed after second-opinion review were not initially detected in the original interpretation.
Too many rads or too much work? A balance can be hard to find.
Amalgam fillings may pose a risk not only to patients, but to staff.
Looking for the most common answer in a scan can ultimately delay a proper diagnosis.
The jobs are out there and the recruiters are calling. Should you take the chance?
Further study may determine if patient awareness can mitigate the underutilization of supplemental screening breast MRI.
May contribute to knowledge gap inhibiting patients from improving their health literacy.
Radiologists who plan to adopt contrast ultrasound into practice need education, support.
Radiologists are in a perfect position to be the most skilled at consulting patients during the informed-consent process
Pediatric patients were more likely to consume prescribed dose of Breeza than barium sulfate suspension.
An unanswered query can often tell you all you need to know.
Whether you’re in a stand-alone imaging center or part of a hospital-based group or department, you’ll face the same problem eventually—the need to purchase equipment.
Can you properly diagnose this 30-year-old female?