Interventional radiology and radiation oncology should merge again, with the development of a new certification: image-targeted oncology.
CHICAGO — Radiology is under attack from several fronts, but Vijay Rao, MD , and colleagues outlined strategies to conquer these problems.
CHICAGO — From dose-reduction and workflow solutions to MR and mammo innovations, the RSNA 2012 exhibit floor was buzzing with new products. Here’s a sampling.
CHICAGO — High-altitude cerebral edema, the end stage of severe acute mountain sickness — once thought to be reversible — causes microbleeding on the brain.
Increased use of MRI to evaluate newly diagnosed breast cancers has not resulted in an increase in contralateral prophylactic mastectomy.
CHICAGO — Radiology Information Systems are getting new attention, and more advancements are coming to this radiology workhorse tool.
CHICAGO — Is it time to update your reading room? Eliot Siegel, MD, offered a few suggestions to consider for a comfortable and efficient work space.
CHICAGO — Patients want access to their imaging reports, but radiologists hesitate. Here’s what to consider when opening your files.
CHICAGO — Radiology is woefully behind the times in its use of informatics, said Paul Chang, MD, who detailed how systems can improve efficiency and accuracy.
CHICAGO — Are you getting the most out your speech recognition software? Here are tips for training the tool to record dictations with fewer errors.