Radiologists, particularly interventional radiologists, see sicker patients than many other physicians.
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Using free text reporting for radiology studies vary considerably in length and are difficult to interpret as a result.
Imaging with FDG PET/CT may identify children and young adult osteosarcoma patients who may experience good outcomes.
Screening performance with MR imaging and mammography depends on breast cancer risk category.
Imaging with F-FDG PET/CT at three months after initial treatment demonstrates effectiveness of anti-PD1 treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma.
Patients want more information about the tests being performed.
An MRI procedure that does not use contrast agents may reduce the number of unnecessary breast biopsies.
Patients who are at low risk for pulmonary embolism can be safely assessed with clinical criteria.
Radiologic interpretation of CT scans can improve when requisitions contain clinical information.
Radiologists take longer to read images, and provide worse diagnostic performances after working a night shift.