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October 09, 2020
Dual-Energy CT's Impact in the Emergency Department; Mass Casualty Planning; Language Barriers to Mammography for Spanish-Only Speakers; Improving the Patient Experience for Mammography During the Pandemic
October 08, 2020
Results indicate radiologic findings are better survival predictors than pathologic vessel invasion.
October 07, 2020
Three tips to help you limit dose exposure and optimize imaging protocols.
October 06, 2020
Dr. Susan Cross from Barts Health NHS Trust discusses the experiences of her institution with multiple mass casualty events during the American Society of Emergency Radiology 2020 annual meeting.
October 03, 2020
Additional information acquired from the scans reduces follow-up imaging and produces cost savings.
October 02, 2020
MRI and PET Reveal Parkinson's disease Duality; MRI Shows More Aggressive MS in Hispanic Patients; Radiation Dose Misconceptions; and Challenges for Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Cancer Screening
Emergency radiologists must be familiar with how this condition presents on CT scans.
Women with breast cancer who have the most arterial calcium accumulation are nearly four times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
October 01, 2020
Concerns about CT dose levels could lead providers to overlook findings, especially in pregnant patients.
Michael Gotway, M.D., cardiopulmonary radiologist with the Mayo Clinic, discusses the signature signs of EVALI on CT scans in this podcast.