Burhan Ahmed Khan, M.D., Hyperfine intern


Could Very Low Field Strength Be the Next Frontier for MRI?

Advancements in reducing field strength are bringing MRI closer to populations unserved by the technology.

Andrea Nicole Cole, MD


Culture and Scale Are More Important than Ever -- Here’s Why

Providers from Radiology Partners share how the practice has confronted COVID-19 and the lessons learned for thriving in this environment.

Robert Nisbet, M.D.


Image IQ Quiz: Diabetic Patient Presents with Nausea, Vomiting, Sepsis

Patient with uncontrolled diabetes presents with nausea and vomiting, sepsis. What is the most likely diagnosis?

Eliot L. Siegel, M.D., Associate Vice Chair, University of Maryland School of Medicine


Could Very Low Field Strength Be the Next Frontier for MRI?

Advancements in reducing field strength are bringing MRI closer to populations unserved by the technology.

Sponsored by: Nanosonics, Inc.


5 Advantages of automating the manual procedures in your ultrasound probe reprocessing workflow

Automation of probe reprocessing can have multiple benefits for patients, clinicians and facilities, including improvements in efficiency, accuracy, compliance, standardization and safety. When considering process options for high level disinfection of ultrasound probes, automated systems can be an efficient and cost-effective way to prevent patients from the risk of infection. It’s time to work smarter, safer, happier, more efficiently, and accurately… not harder.

Jodi Miller


The Evolution of Point-of-Care Ultrasound

Known as the "Swiss Army knife" of healthcare, point-of-care ultrasound—or POCUS—has come a long way.

Anthony Yassall, BS


Optimizing the Radiology Revenue Cycle

Given the ongoing challenges with receiving appropriate reimbursement in radiology, these authors discuss key principles in the coding and billing process, common challenges and three priorities for bolstering reimbursement revenue in the profession.

Sheela Agarwal, M.D., M.B.A.


A Closer Look at AI-Powered Voice Recognition in Radiology

Ambient speech capabilities in emerging voice recognition products and software updates may convert the clinical context of conversational speech into structured data for radiology reports.

Jennifer Meade, Division President of Breast & Skeletal Health, Hologic


Diminishing Racial Disparities in Screening

The imaging industry has a role to play in bringing about change in screening.

Runalaila I. Soon, M.D.


Image IQ Quiz: Patient with Abdominal Pain, New Medications and Elevated Lipase

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

Ashling Wahner


Current Perspectives on PET/CT Imaging in Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer

In a recent interview, Sophia Rose O’Brien, M.D., shared her insights on the roles and limitations of FDG PET/CT and FES PET/CT in the imaging of patients with metastatic breast cancer.

Hannah Clarke


Study: PSMA PET/CT Identifies 18 Percent More Metastatic Renal Cancers than Conventional Imaging

In addition to detecting more than double the number of distant lymph nodes and distant lesions in comparison to conventional imaging with computed tomography (CT), PSMA PET/CT reportedly changed management for 32 percent of patients.

Amanda Pomeroy


Image IQ Quiz: 47-Year-Old Man with Large Neck Mass and Left Ear Pain

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

Teri Gatchel-Schmidt, Vice President Business Development, SYNERGEN Health


Improve Capturing Revenue within Radiology Groups

Automated solutions can improve productivity while minimizing time and cost.

Abass Alavi, MD


FDG-PET takes lead role in suspected or proven infection

In recent years, several groups have demonstrated the promise of FDG-PET imaging in the management of patients with suspected and/or documented infection. This technique appears to be particularly useful in the evaluation of osteomyelitis, infected prostheses, fever of unknown origin, and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Considering the extraordinary sensitivity of FDG-PET in detecting disease activity and nonactivity in malignant and benign disorders, this powerful method may prove valuable also in a variety of infectious processes. We speculate that it will be widely employed in the near future for detecting, characterizing, and monitoring patients with suspected or proven infection.

Adel D. Irani


Metastatic Eccrine Spiradenoma

Case History: 51-year-old male, Blaschkoid eccrine spiradenoma originally manifested by cutaneous nodules, lesions experienced rapid growth two years ago.

Adonis Manzella, MD


Radiology's role grows in schistosomiasis mansoni

Most infected individuals remain asymptomatic carriers, but hepatosplenic form of schistosomiasis can be associated with serious complications

Adrian Dixon


Consider logistics fully and MSCT will thrive

Multislice CT systems are capable of dramatically improving image quality and patient throughput, and they are proving popular with referring doctors. But these systems also impose new workload and space demands on radiology departments. To ensure a successful installation, it is essential to consider the logistical implications and prepare with care.

Afshin Gangi, MD


Image-guided ablation eases bone tumor pain

Tumor ablation is defined as the direct application of chemical or thermal therapies to achieve substantial tumor destruction. Modalities such as ethanol ablation, radiofrequency ablation, laser ablation, and cryoablation have been used widely, primarily for the management of hepatic neoplasms.

Aine Cryts


Radiology Analytics: Bright Future, Dim Present

Radiology needs to learn how to use data efficiently.

Akash Jain


Jaw Pain While Chewing

Case History: 24-year-old female with pain while chewing and locking of jaw.

Akemi D. Miller, MD


Image IQ: 65-year old Male, Left Sensorineural Hearing Loss

65-year-old male presents with left sensorineural hearing loss.

Akshay Pendkar


Epigastric Fullness, Burning Urination

Case History: 40-year-old female presented with history of epigastric fullness associated with epigastric and left flank pain and burning micturition.

Alain Blum, MD


Bone marrow edema aids diagnosis and prognosis

Bbone marrow edema is characterized by ill-defined areas of decreased signal intensity on T1-weighted MRI and increased signal intensity on T2-weighted images.

Alan Alexander, MD


Facial, Neck Swelling

Case History: 54-year-old female with facial and neck swelling.

Alan H. Freeman, MBBS


Patient-specific approach assists in acute abdomen

The term “acute abdomen” refers to the sudden onset of severe abdominal pain requiring emergency medical or surgical management.

Alan Kaye, MD


Comment: Hurdles to remote credentialing protect radiologists and quality of care

There is another perspective on the analysis of proposed CMS regulations as described in your article "CMS plan could take a bite out of teleradiology night reads," published July 29. There is a problem with hospitals accepting the credentials of others. That approach bypasses normal medical staff oversight. This is inimical to patient care and undermines the security of all medical staff: now radiologists-next, someone else.

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