My training in hypnosis has made me a better radiologist, but you don’t have to be a hypnotist to increase patient satisfaction.
Use of tomosynthesis for orthopedic and chest imaging offers greater study clarity and reduced dose.
Using a half dose of contrast with 3-T MRI for patients with early rheumatoid arthritis shows identical image quality as full-dose.
Clinical History: A 23-year-old male with a history of a fall on dorsiflexed right wrist. On examination, he had tenderness and mild swelling over wrist.
Ultrasound diagnoses tendon tear in 36-year-old male weight-lifter with dull-achy sensation in right shoulder. No trauma or previous injury reported.
Adolescent gymnasts are developing a wider variety of arm, wrist, and hand injuries than previously described in gymnast-related medical literature, according to a retrospective review presented Monday at the RSNA meeting.
Excitement is never in short supply in Las Vegas. But a new session at the 2008 Stanford International Multidetector-Row CT Symposium may give the casinos, cocktail lounges, and Canadian circus acts a run for their money.
Visitors to the 2008 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine meeting in Toronto need only wait a minute for the door to swing from clinical issues to advanced research on functional and metabolic imaging.
Interest in multimodality imaging shows no sign of abating. New tracers are opening up the range of clinical applications, while novel technological solutions are paving the way for yet more modality marriages, according to speakers at Sunday’s special focus session on hybrid imaging.
Increasing volumes of work and demanding schedules, exacerbated by staff shortages and the pressures of working in a target-driven environment, contribute to the increased prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among sonographers, according to leaders in the field.