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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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Molecular Imaging

Using PET during treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma may help determine earlier effectiveness of chemotherapy.

Using imaging to assess head-and-neck cancer patients posttreatment saves money.

PET imaging does not improve detection of some recurrent cancer in asymptomatic patients.

Evaluation of noninvasive PET/MR enterography on differentiation of strictures in patients with Crohn disease.

Children undergoing integrated PET/MRI for solid tumor diagnosis likely do not need gadolinium contrast.

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

Adding molecular breast imaging to mammography does add to screening cost, but it also increases cancer detection.

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