As obesity rates continue to rise, the radiology community struggles with how to confront the challenges of imaging bariatric patients.


Diffusion-tensor MRI and tractography may offer radiologists a noninvasive option for diagnosing esophageal carcinoma.

Imaging with CT and coronary CT angiography shows prevalent and extensive presence of coronary artery plaque among men infected with HIV.

Dual-energy CT may help clinicians diagnose gout when MSU crystals are not observed through polarizing microscopy.

When it comes to working with obese patients, manufacturers and clinicians are trying to solve the challenges presented in diagnostic imaging.

The latest KLAS report shows that providers who chose the more cost-effective options for CT scanners are happy with the products.

Use of nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging exams dropped sharply between 2006 and 2011, but substitute imaging studies haven’t increased.

Could PET/MR be a better modality than conventional MR and CT for bladder cancer?


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