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Magnetic resonance images showed changes in the brain, including bilateral white matter atrophy, among patients with CFS.

Biennial screening of women with dense breast tissue using both mammography and tomosynthesis is cost-effective.

Survivors who received radiation to the chest were more likely to develop breast cancer.

Changes in malpractice standard legislation in three states had little effect on advanced imaging use in the emergency room.

Radiology residents who take phone calls in the reading room may become distracted, reducing their diagnostic accuracy.

Increasing use of cardiac stress testing with imaging may be unnecessary and adds to cost and patient exposure to radiation.

The ACUSON SC2000 premium cardiovascular imaging system provides physicians with a more accurate, speedier view, according to Siemens.

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