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Radiology Utilization in Emergency Departments Declines
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Australian GPs Ordering More Imaging Tests Than Ever Before
General practitioners in Australia are increasingly ordering imaging tests, with an increase of 45 percent over the past decade.
Image IQ: Coarse Facial Features, Short Stature, Spinal Deformity
Male child of normal intelligence sent for skeletal survey for coarse facial features, short stature and spinal deformity.
Boston Marathon Bombing ED Imaging Brings Improvement
Analysis of imaging performed immediately following the Boston Marathon bombings allowed researchers to improve the emergency response system.
Radiologists Not Always Compensated for Emergency Department Services
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History of Medical Imaging on Display at Siemens MedMuseum
The MedMuseum, devoted to the history of medical technology, held its grand opening today in Erlangen, Germany.
What's the Strangest Imaging Case?
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