Interventional radiology and radiation oncology should merge again, with the development of a new certification: image-targeted oncology.
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 — If your radiology practice doesn’t have conflict of interest policies in place, you’re not alone. Here’s why it’s important and what to do.
CHICAGO — Radiology is under attack from several fronts, but Vijay Rao, MD , and colleagues outlined strategies to conquer these problems.
CHICAGO — Many patients are confused about what radiologists do, but they want to know their image reader. It’s time to up the education and interaction.
CHICAGO — High-altitude cerebral edema, the end stage of severe acute mountain sickness — once thought to be reversible — causes microbleeding on the brain.
CHICAGO — The rise of the health care consumer may frighten you, but here’s how to compete and thrive in an era of the highly engaged patient.
CHICAGO — Referring physicians share their list of dos and don’ts for their colleagues in radiology.
CHICAGO — One nurse who’s worked with breast cancer patients for 15 years tells radiologists how they can be more patient-centered.
CHICAGO — Point-of-care ultrasound has become ubiquitous in medicine, but radiologists still have a critical role in the modality with ultrasound’s training and promotion.