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As obesity rates continue to rise, the radiology community struggles with how to confront the challenges of imaging bariatric patients.
MRI in Patients with Cochlear Implants
Radiologists should discuss not only potential complications of MRIs in patients with cochlear implants, but also potential pain from the imaging.
Ebola and Radiologists, Technologists
Imaging for patients with Ebola virus is necessary, but new protocols need to be established to prevent spread of the disease.
Image IQ: 44-year-old Male with Seizures
44-year-old male with a history of absence seizures, migraines, peripheral neuropathy, and multisystem sarcoidosis.
MRI Utilization in Response to Reimbursement Cuts
In response to reimbursement cuts, use of MRI has stayed relatively stable.
Mangle Your MR
Tips for sabotaging your MR studies.
Imaging Efficiency Metrics Don’t ID Well-Performing Hospitals
Attempts at determining imaging efficiency identifies hospitals with inefficient practices but not hospitals that are doing well.
MRI Shows Brain Changes in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Magnetic resonance images showed changes in the brain, including bilateral white matter atrophy, among patients with CFS.
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.
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