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Q&A: A New Diagnosis for Radiologists
Ultrasound elastography can save patients from invasive procedures and bring radiologists to forefront of diagnosing diffuse liver disease.
Too Much Imaging in Stage I and II Breast Cancer Patients
Inappropriate imaging is still performed among asymptomatic women with stage I or II breast cancer in Ontario.
Education About Breast Cancer Screening Sparks Discussion
Clinicians were more likely to discuss breast cancer screening issues with patients following an educational intervention.
Observation of Nonsolid Lung Nodules By CT Is Safe
Low-dose CT observation of nonsolid lung nodules is safe.
Absolute Recommendations for Imaging Taken More Seriously
Absolute recommendations for imaging, rather than conditional recommendations, result in more patients receiving the exams.
MRI Finds Brain Injury Patterns in Concussion-Related Depression
Using diffusion-tensor imaging, researchers found brain changes among patients with mild traumatic brain injury who are depressed or anxious.
CCTA More Positive Patient Experience Than MPI
Patients who undergo coronary CT angiography receive lower radiation doses and are more pleased with the experience than with MPI.
10 Security Measures for Health Care IT
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD—Health care is a big target for data breaches, according to experts at SIIM 2015.
11 Principles of Successful Labor Management in Radiology
Labor management in radiology has a direct effect on profitability, is your group successful at managing labor?
Radiology Leader, Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, Dies at 71
Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, chief executive officer of the American College of Radiology passed away on June 5, 2014.
Optimizing Your Reading Room
Upgrading your workstation with ergonomically-designed technologies can improve performance and decrease work-related discomfort.
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