Connect to other sites within the UBM Medica Network
As obesity rates continue to rise, the radiology community struggles with how to confront the challenges of imaging bariatric patients.
Image IQ: 25-year-old, Progressive Lower Extremity Weakness
25-year-old man presents with progressive lower extremity weakness.
18F-FDG/PET Helps Predict Prognosis of Vegetative Patients
18F-FDG PET more accurate than fMRI and may help physicians better determine the long-term recovery of patients with unresponsive wakefulness syndrome.
MRI Detects More Areas of Brain Injured in Concussions
Diffusor tensor imaging (DTI) identifies regional white matter damage in the brains of people who sustained mild brain injuries.
3-D MRI Helped Predict Survival in Liver Tumors
3-D MRI provides a lower error margin and allows radiologists to provide faster treatment advice.
Esophageal Carcinoma Diagnosis Possible with Diffusion-Tensor MRI
Diffusion-tensor MRI and tractography may offer radiologists a noninvasive option for diagnosing esophageal carcinoma.
MRI Screening Benefited Women With Prior Breast Conserving Therapy
Women who have previously undergone breast conserving therapy may find a supplemental screening option in MR imaging.
Be Prepared for Breast Emergencies in Medical Imaging
Breast emergencies are uncommon but require quick identification and management when patients present with complaints, such as mastitis and breast abscesses.
MRI Shows Mountain Climbers Face Higher Risk of Brain Bleeds
CHICAGO — High-altitude cerebral edema, the end stage of severe acute mountain sickness — once thought to be reversible — causes microbleeding on the brain.
Podcast: Using MRI in the Operating Room
Steven Kalkanis, MD, director of neurosurgical oncology at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, discusses how an MRI unit in the operating suite has transformed their approach to brain surgery.