Eric Postal, MD

Eric Postal, MD

Eric Postal, MD, is a board-certified radiologist at Virtual Radiologic (vRad). He graduated from Brown University and Ross University School of Medicine. Postal performed his residency at Albany Medical Center where he also served as chief resident. 

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Fulfilling the teleradiologist requirement to have annual PPD tests has taught me important life lessons.

Radiologists aren’t exaggerating, exams have transformed, and they’re ugly.

Survey says radiology compensation is down from last year. Maybe we should keep that our little secret.

An attempt to perfect the art of ending a communicating-results phone call with a referring clinician.

Radiology is changing, and some of my other musings.

A radiologist’s battle with a taunting pixel: I think I won, for now.

Forget the controlled environment of the MOC exam. Here’s my version of an exam to really test real-world radiology aptitude.

Studying for my maintenance of certification exam sends me down memory lane, as I rediscovered the purer aspects of radiology

Two radiologists take vastly different paths reviewing a case — one far more thorough than the other. But what’s the payoff for the extra work? Is it enough?

Despite flawed recommendations, patients will still demand screening mammograms. Let it become an optional – and unregulated – service, then, and see what happens.


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