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MRI Confirms, Weight Loss Good for Knees
CHICAGO—MRI allows physicians to monitor the protective effect of weight loss on knee cartilage.
MRI Shows Whether Concussed Athletes Ready to Return to Sport
CHICAGO—MRI shows abnormal cerebral blood flow even if concussed athletes clinically ready to return to sport.
3D MRI Identifies Diabetes Patients at High Risk for Stroke
MRI finds possible marker for cardiovascular disease among asymptomatic diabetics.
Subsolid Lung Nodules Higher Risk in Women Than Men
CHICAGO—Women with subsolid lung nodules detected by CT have a higher risk of lung cancer than do men.
Tweets Reveal Patient Experience with MRI
Radiologists can learn about their patients’ experiences through their Tweets.
Contrast Not Always Necessary for MDCT for Abdominal Pain
Multidetector CT without oral contrast can be effective on larger patients presenting with acute abdominal pain.
CTA Superior to SPECT-MPI in Detecting CAD
Non-invasive CTA is more accurate in detecting coronary artery disease among symptomatic patients than SPECT-MPI.
Decision Tools Aid in Categorizing Lung Nodules
Radiologists are better able to categorize lung nodules with the help of computerized decision tools.
Groups Urge Congress to Cover CT Colonography
Patient and provider groups call on Congress to pass legislation requiring coverage of CT colonography screening.
High-grade DCIS Detection Rates Increase with Age
Screening mammography finds more high-grade DCIS among older women.
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