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Radiology reports delivered with image- and data-embedded multimedia are preferred by referring physicians over text-only reports.

Head CTs may not always be necessary for patients who present to the emergency department with complaints of dizziness or syncope.

Decreases in imaging growth and CT/MRI use in the ED can be achieved.

Targeted biopsies using MRI and ultrasound detect more high-risk prostate cancer.

The FDA has cleared Micro Dose by EOS imaging, a low dose option now available on EOS equipment.

Computed tomography and MRI may not be necessary for most patients who present to the emergency department with acute pancreatitis.

Advanced imaging provides good value, say primary care physicians, but how valuable varies by the PCP’s number of years in practice.

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