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Cardiac Imaging

The Subspecialty Paradox

Radiologists need a subspecialty to get a job, but they aren't using that training on the job.

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Cardiac Imaging

Assessing radiologists with and without cardiac training when reading chest CT.

Case History: 68-year-old female with progressive shortness of breath, history of a complex congenital heart disorder.

Why it’s important for radiologists to focus on appropriateness of ER cardiac imaging.

Inappropriate cardiac imaging drops when interventions are subject to physician audits and feedback.

CHICAGO—MRI shows significant changes to the heart of elite free divers.

MRI finds possible marker for cardiovascular disease among asymptomatic diabetics.

Non-invasive CTA is more accurate in detecting coronary artery disease among symptomatic patients than SPECT-MPI.


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