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Who’s Reading Your Second Opinions?

August 14, 2020

A recent study reveals referring providers do not always read requested second opinions.

Radiology Spotlights Disturbing Uptick of Intimate Partner Violence During Pandemic

August 14, 2020

Severe intimate partner violence is five-fold higher this year than in the previous three – radiologists have the opportunity to proactively identify at-risk patients.

Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: Aug. 14, 2020

August 14, 2020

Abbreviated MRI; Low-Field Cardiac MRI; Contrast-Enhanced Breast Imaging; Obesity and Alzheimer's; and Neuroimaging and COVID-19

Earlier Breast Cancer Screening Reduces Risk of Death

August 13, 2020

Implementing annual breast cancer screening a woman’s 40 can significantly reduce her mortality risk.

MRI Shows Cerebral Small Vessel Disease Common in Young Stroke Patients

August 13, 2020

Images reveal hypertension can be significant risk factor for CSVD.

3 Tips to Improve MR Safety with Implants and Devices

August 13, 2020

Knowing what causes screening delays and how to safely assess risks can streamline your MR imaging.

Faster, Cheaper Breast MRI Performs As Well As Full-Protocol Scans

August 12, 2020

Abbreviated MRI protocols can detect and diagnose breast cancer as well as full-protocol MRI.

CMS Delays Full Implementation of Appropriate Use – Again

August 12, 2020

Referring physicians will have until after 2021 to adopt appropriate use criteria and clinical decision support.

High-Performance, Low-Field MRI Provides Diagnostic Quality in Heart Attack Patients

August 12, 2020

Performance of 0.55T MRI is comparable to 1.5T MRI in acquiring and interpreting late gadolinium enhancement in patients suspected of myocardial infarction, research shows.

Remote Reading? 4 Experts Weigh in on the Post-Pandemic Future of Teleradiology

August 11, 2020

Support for continued teleradiology after the pandemic is strong, but some concerns exist.