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Reimbursements will be reduced if CT equipment is not compliant with new standards.
Image IQ: 74-year-old, History of Aortic Valve Repair
74-year-old with history of aortic valve repair at an outside hospital.
CT Dose Reporting Prone to Human Error
Manual entry of CT dose reporting makes it highly susceptible to inaccurate information.
Early Lung Cancer Recall Rates Drop After Second Screening
Follow-up LDCT screening for lung cancer decreases recall rates.
Image IQ: 85-year-old Male, History of Aortic Stenosis
85-year-old male with history of aortic stenosis receiving contrast-enhanced CT for preoperative evaluation.
CT Coronary Angiography of Suspected Angina May Save Lives
Coronary CT imaging may help clinicians identify patients with suspected angina who may go on to have myocardial infarction.
Imaging Earlier for Back Pain Does Not Improve Outcomes
Early imaging of older adults with new back pain does not improve disability outcomes.
Peer Review in Radiology is Not a Punishment
Use peer review in radiology as an opportunity for improvement, said David A. Koff, MD at ECR 2015.
Case History: 2-year-old female with complains of difficulty breathing, paroxysmal coughing, and wheezing for one day.
Case History: Two-year-old female with cough with expectoration and high-grade fever.
Case History: 47-year-old male with headaches followed by generalized tonic-clonic convulsions.
Right Hypochondriac Pain, Asthenia
Case History: 60-year-old female with right hypochondriac pain, asthenia and decreased appetite.
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