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Radiology Journals: A Little Light Reading
My stacks of unread radiology journals are growing taller and more numerous each month. But I can’t toss them and I don’t want to forgo the printed journals.
Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Reduces Recall Rates
Digital breast tomosynthesis for breast cancer screening reduces recall rates and biopsies, and detects more cancers.
Low-Dose CT Detects More Lung Cancers, Lowers Mortality
Study confirms earlier findings that low-dose CT detects more lung cancer than chest X-rays and lowers mortality from lung cancer.
Small Increased Cancer Risk for Children Who Have CT Scans
CT scans performed on children and adolescents may contribute to a slightly elevated risk cancer over the following 10 years.
Women in Radiology: How the Specialty Can Bridge the Gap
Why are so few female medical school graduates choosing radiology? And how can the specialty be more supportive for its female practitioners?
Women in Radiology: Advancing Your Career
VIDEO: Julia Fielding, MD, of the ACR Commission for Women, discusses how women can build relationships and advance their careers.
MRI Shows Interrupted Brain Development in Premature Babies
Diffusion MRI has shown the interruption in development of the cerebral cortex among premature babies, compared with their full-term peers.
Maryland Enacts Breast Density Notification Law
Maryland became the seventh state to enact breast density patient notification laws.
The Night Decision Support Came to Visit
They ordered a CT without contrast and missed my daughter’s peri-tonsillar abscess. We must leverage decision support to ensure the right test is done the first time.
We strive for perfect, even as things don't perform as intended. This gets harder with the push for greater efficiency. One solution? Accept the imperfections.