Authors


Chris Mattern, M.D.

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Conquering Burnout in Radiology Practices

In addition to individual measures for reducing burnout risk, there are steps leaders in radiology can take to make burnout prevention a driving force in various aspects of their practice,


Sweta J. Patel, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Patient Presents with Hair-on-End Appearance

Patient presents with this skull radiograph. What is your diagnosis?


Jonna Lorenz

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Study Examines Use of Lung-RADS Categories on Follow-up CT Screening

Emerging research suggests that strict adherence to the Lung-RADS classification may not lead to optimal detection of cancer.


Killian Meara

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Ultrasound May Damage Coronavirus Structure

Ultrasound is known to cause the breaking up of kidney stones and opening the lipid shell of liposome for drug delivery.


Wael Nematalla, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Patient Presents After a Fall

What is your diagnosis in this patient who received an x-ray after a fall?


Joseph Jordan Emerson, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: What's Related to this Spinal Injury?

What injury could be related to this anterior superior iliac spine avulsion injury? What's your diagnosis?


Yoshimi Anzai, MD, MPH

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The Impact of Price Transparency in Radiology

Educating distinct stakeholders on the quality of your radiology services will be essential to surviving the price transparency wars.


Matthew A. Michela, President and CEO, Life Image

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How the Veterans Administration is Accelerating Interoperability

Moving clinical data and images across America’s largest integrated health system.


Brook McCarthy, Marketing Manager, Medical Informatics for FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation

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How to Address Three Common Issues in Your Mammography Practice

Emerging solutions for improved efficiency, patient comfort and image quality may ease the strain of increased patient volume as women catch up with mammography screenings that were delayed or put off during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Thomas Madaelil, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Elderly Patient Presents with Back Pain and Radiculopathy

Elderly female with back pain and radiculopathy. What is the most likely diagnosis? What is the most common tumor in this location?


Sara Osberger, Senior Director of Marketing, Enterprise Imaging, FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation

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Recognizing the Role of Enterprise Imaging in Handling and Protecting Sensitive Patient Information

While facilitating interdisciplinary colloaboration is a central objective with enterprise imaging platforms, this author says implementation of these platforms must ensure optimal patient privacy in sensitive cases involving abuse, assault and domestic violence.


Chelsea Famoye, MD

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Emerging Topics in Interventional Radiology: The Role of Geniculate Artery Embolization to Treat Knee Osteoarthritis

Noting the challenges of conservative therapy and limitations of total knee arthroplasty, the targeted minimally invasive geniculate artery embolization, performed by interventional radiologists, may be a viable treatment alternative.


Matthew Flores, MD

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Image IQ Quiz: 50-Year-Old Male with Prolonged Dehydration and Hypotension

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


Caroline Seymour

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CT Guidance During Lung Cancer Radiation Therapy May ID COVID-19 Patients

Screening for COVID-19 exposure, particularly for patients with cancer on active treatment, has become a priority during the pandemic.


David Dawson, MD, RPVI, RVT

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How COVID-19 Has Inspired Changes in Healthcare

There isn't a person that hasn't been impacted by the pandemic, but what we can do is grow from the challenges we face and share what we've learned along the way.


Dr. Suresh Kuppuswamy, Industry Principal at Frost & Sullivan

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Artificial Intelligence: The Winner of the RSNA 2020

Artificial intelligence topped the list of five major themes at RSNA 2020, highlighting all the developments from vendors this year.


Katie Robinson

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Can MRI-Based Prostate Cancer Screening be a Viable Alternative to PSA Testing?

In what may be the first study to assess the effectiveness of biparametric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for prostate cancer screening in a large cohort, researchers found that MRI screening had a significantly lower false positive rate and significantly higher positive predictive values (PPVs) than prostate-specific antigen (PSA)-based screening.


Mohammad Osama Yonso, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Patient Presents for an Evaluation of Scoliosis

What is your diagnosis in this patient who presents for evaluation of scoliosis?


John Kim, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Elderly Female Patient Presents with Abdominal Pain

​Elderly woman presents with abdominal pain. What is this incidental finding?





Jack Xie, MD

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Reinventing Radiology Reports in the Age of Value-Based Care

In a thorough review of the literature, these authors discuss current approaches and emerging initiatives to increase the understanding of radiology reports by referring physicians as well as patients.


Cynthia Ha, D.O.

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Lung Cancer Screening: Challenges and Opportunities

Two interventions to increase lung cancer screening rates from the clinical and community perspectives.


Catherine Slotnick, Director of Marketing, Ambra Health

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Caring for Two

Digital access for imaging goes a long way toward making patients happy.


Adam Heilala, M.D.

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Uterine Fibroid Embolization: Past, Present, and Future

The need for a growing role for interventional radiologists.


Neale Pashley, Vice President-Partner Services, Collaborative Imaging

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5 Things to Consider about Radiology Post-Pandemic

Getting Your Team Ready for the Future of Radiology in a Post-Pandemic World


Lawson A. Jackson, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Pediatric Patient Presents with Double Vision

Pediatric patient presents with double vision. What is the most likely diagnosis?


Tarik Babar, BS

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Current Perspectives on the BCLC Staging System for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Reviewing recent changes to the Barcelona Clinic Liver Cancer (BCLC) staging system for hepatocellular carcinoma and the potential impact for interventional radiologists, these authors discuss key updates including the subdivision of patients with intermediate stage disease and emerging literature on systemic agents for advanced disease.


Siddharth Shah, Program Manager at Frost & Sullivan

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Artificial Intelligence: The Winner of the RSNA 2020

Artificial intelligence topped the list of five major themes at RSNA 2020, highlighting all the developments from vendors this year.

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