MR imaging of the prostate detects more treatable cancers and reduces overdiagnosis than standard ultrasound-guided biopsies.
Supplemental MR imaging for women at higher risk for breast cancer is not done frequently enough.
Storage capabilities are being overwhelmed by ballooning image sizes. Do you have the required bandwidth?
Using the American College of Radiology Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System criteria results in fewer biopsies and more accurate recommendations.
A 15-minute delayed phase when performing extra-cellular contrast agent enhanced MR imaging may improve diagnosis of hepatocarcinoma.
Reasonable expectations are far from universally gratified in radiology.
A creative solution for dealing with outdated radiology equipment.
More interval breast cancers detected when screening mammography recall rates are low.
Three-dimensional imaging could provide equivalent image quality to 2D acquisitions in T2-weighted imaging of the prostate at 3T.
Spelling—and anatomy—count when it comes to quality medicine.
As with any drug, radiologists need to consider the benefit-risk profile of anything given to a patient, and GBCAs are no exception.
Cardiovascular MRI can help clinicians with diagnosis and prognosis of pulmonary hypertension in patients with COPD.
With increasing demand for highly precise image-based biopsies, the role of radiologists will become less siloed and more integrated with other disciplines.
Experts who lack experience with a specific problem aren’t always right.
Magnetic resonance imaging screening is not consistent with guidelines for women at low to moderate risk for breast cancer.