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As obesity rates continue to rise, the radiology community struggles with how to confront the challenges of imaging bariatric patients.
Mixed Messages About Breast Density As Risk Factor
Breast density notification legislation has amped up the discussion about breast cancer screening but may be delivering mixed messages.
Seizure and Altered Sensorium
Case History: 40-year-old patient with one-week history of seizure and altered sensorium.
Brain MRI May Predict Smokers’ Success at Quitting
Magnetic resonance imaging has shown changes in the brain among smokers who relapsed within seven days of quitting.
One Season of High School Football Changes Brain on MRI
Brain changes were detected by MRI in high school football players after only one year of play.
MRI Predicts Mild Cognitive Impairment
Using MRI to detect plaque build-up in coronary arteries may help identify patients developing mild cognitive impairment.
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.
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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