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Ultrasound and Nonradiologists

Should radiologists be threatened by the adoption of point-of-care ultrasound?





Ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm would save more lives of people aged 75 or older, rather than nonsmoking 65-year-olds.

44-year-old female presents with “cord-like,” palpable lump on left breast.

Ultrasound and digital breast tomosynthesis find more cancers than just 2D mammography.

Case History: 57-year-old male with increasing pain and numbness following CT.

49-year-old patient presented for bilateral screening mammogram as well as bilateral screening ultrasound due to dense breast tissue.

They might not be on the field, but radiologists are an important part of the NFL’s medical team.

Diagnostic imaging procedures are sometimes necessary for pregnant women, and can be done safely in some cases.


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