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Nina Kottler, MD, MS on Adoption and Impact of AI in Radiology

Dr. Kottler sat down with Diagnostic Imaging at RSNA 2023 to discuss AI imaging milestones and the potential impact of AI on workflows in radiology.

Umesh Oza, MD


Current Use of PSMA-PET Scans for Prostate Cancer

Radiology experts discuss the current knowledge and use of PSMA-PET screening among colleagues, as well as unmet needs.

Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D.


Medical Device Legislation Should Be Re-Authorized, But Without User Fee Changes

Re-authorize MDUFA without raising user fees to fund unrelated programs.

Marilyn Niedermeier, BS


Patient Perceptions of Imaging Modalities and Ionizing Radiation

Improving patient communication not only augments patient understanding of their radiation exposure with imaging studies, but it bolsters trust in their healthcare providers, as well.

Cameron Andrews, Founder and CEO, Sirona Medical


Why 'Do No Harm' Isn't Good Enough for Radiology and Radiology IT

Are systemic changes in product innovation needed to address suboptimal workflows in radiology?

Vaibhav Khasgiwala, M.D.


Image IQ Quiz: Patient Presents with Fibrous Dysplasia, Right Femur Pain

A 34-year-old patient presents with right femur pain with a possible pathologic fracture and fibrous dysplasia.

Rahul Mal, MD


Keys to Elevating Awareness of Interventional Radiology Among Referring Physicians and Patients

While interventional radiologists can have an impact in a number of clinical areas by offering minimally invasive options for patients, there remains a prevailing lack of awareness about the speciality among referring physicians and patients. Accordingly, these authors delve into the issue and discuss an array of options for elevating awareness of interventional radiology.

Rob Fabrizio, Director of Strategic Marketing, Diagnostic Imaging, FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation


How Radiology Facilities Can Help Reduce Health-Care Associated Infections

Noting recent double-digit increases in health-care associated infections (HAIs) and potential vulnerabilities in radiology departments, this author emphasizes proactive preventive measures to protect patients and staff.

Svati Singla Long, M.D.


Fewer Breast Cancers Being Diagnosed During COVID-19 Pandemic

Delays in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer have led to the creation of multidisciplinary recommendations for breast cancer care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rohan Makhijani, B.S.


Social Media 2.0: An Emerging Space for Radiology Education

The enhanced immediacy, peer-to-peer interaction and networking capabilities of social media platforms, particularly newer vehicles such as Instagram and TikTok, may help reinvent educational models in radiology.

C. Sean Haling, MD


Reinvigorating Breast Cancer Screening Efforts in Local Communities

Discussing personal, practical and technological challenges that may thwart breast cancer screening, this author says increased sensitivity, advances in mammography imaging and creative awareness-raising alliances can make a difference in communities big and small.

Michelle Alexander, RDMS


The Importance of Ultrasound When Determining Suspicious Abnormalities in Breast Tissue

Advancements in image quality and advanced technologies in ultrasound devices such as shearwave imaging can help.

Shujah Das Gupta, Vice-President-Medical Technology, CitiusTech


Five Solutions to Address Cybersecurity Challenges in Radiology

Recognizing the dual challenges of fending off cyberattacks and meeting the increasing demand for faster access to medical imaging, these authors offer proactive insights to address potential cybersecurity issues in radiology departments and practices.

Richard E. Heller, III, MD, MBA


Stabilizing Medicare Reimbursement: A Plan For Action

Noting that the Medicare conversion factor in 2024 could be lower than the rate in 1993, this author discusses three key issues that need to be addressed by government leaders in order to ensure equitable Medicare reimbursement for radiologists and other physicians.

Dharmendu Damany, Chief Technology Officer, Carestream Health


Emerging Considerations and Innovations with AI in Radiology

From enhanced image quality and workflow efficiencies to an improved patient experience and potential synergies wih enterprise cloud services, artificial intelligence continues to redefine possibilities in radiology.

Carl Bjartmar, Chief Medical Officer, Ascelia Pharma


Current Considerations with MRI Contrast Agents for Patients with Liver Metastasis and Kidney Impairment

Could an emerging modality provide a viable alternative to gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) in this high-risk patient population?

Jack Cerne, M.D.


4D Flow Applications to Interventional Radiology

Better understanding of blood flow means better treatment for patients.

Daniel Shekleton, M.D.


UK Study: Benefits of Breast Cancer Screening Begins at 40

Screening mammography begins to reduce breast cancer mortality at an age earlier than when most women begin screening.

Kelvin Wong, B.S.


Teleradiology in the Age of COVID and Beyond

Teleradiology presents both benefits and challenges for post-pandemic imaging.

Abass Noor, M.D.


Radiology and AI for the Developing World

Penn Medicine is dedicated to improving artificial intelligence to address radiology needs in individual institutions worldwide, both improving performance and patient outcomes.

Benjamin W. Strong, MD


Image IQ Quiz: Middle-Aged Female with Abdominal Pain

Review the case study and test your knowledge to make the correct diagnosis.

Victor Shin, M.D.


Image IQ Quiz: 30-Year-Old Woman Presents with Papilledema

A 30-year-old female presents with papilledema. What is the imaging finding?

Saeed Rad, M.D.


Image IQ Quiz: Patient with Disproportionate Short Stature and Characteristic Facial Appearance

Review the case study and test your knowledge to make the correct diagnosis.

Barbara Hamilton, M.D., Chief of Interventional Radiology, Desert Regional Medical Center; Radiology Partners Associate


Women in Radiology Making “Herstory”

Telling "herstory" -- sharing women's role in radiology and the differences they have made to the field -- is critical to not only showcasing the diversity already existing in the field, but to also opening the door to other women and under-represented minorities who can contribute to the field.

Tricia Turner, RDMS, RVT


Combatting Workplace Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Radiology Community

Recognizing the significant potential for workplace injuries in the radiology field, these authors discuss the proactive benefits of optimal positioning and disruptions of static posture as well as a heightened management awareness of ergonomic solutions and potential issues in maneuvering mobile imaging units.

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