MRE may overestimate the presence of disease when using a scoring system.
Using MR imaging after CT for cervical spine trauma resulted in few changes in patient management decisions.
When doctors complain reports don't include everything, the only thing a rad can do is comply.
Imaging tests overused to diagnose pure breast pain among women.
Follow-up procedures are ordered by clinicians largely because current tools often cannot provide diagnostic certainty in identifying cancerous breast masses.
Magnetic resonance imaging shows changes in cerebral blood flow among children with CKD.
Researchers say smoking and diabetes likely have link to brain calcifications.
There is high diagnostic accuracy when grading gliomas with dynamic contrast material–enhanced (DCE) and dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) MR imaging.
Adding double reading with arbitration to mammography screening improves cancer detection.
Screening mammography compliance often indicates if women will take advantage of other preventative services.
Better communication with patients will result in better scans.
In order to see more and better outcomes, provider organizations must build their strategies through applying best practices.
Combination screening finds more cancers, but more research needed to understand impact.
CT contrast disputes may be getting too serious.
Complaints are often clues on how to improve patient care—if only someone would listen.