Emerging Strategies for Managing the Acute Shortage of Iodinated Contrast Media

May 18, 2022

In a recent video interview, two radiology professors from the Yale School of Medicine discussed the impact of the iodinated contrast media (ICM) shortage and potential strategies, ranging from ICM dose reduction to possible deferment of non-urgent imaging, that may provide a viable path moving forward.

Emerging Perspectives on Computed Tomography Colonography

May 13, 2022

In recent video interviews, Syam Reddy, MD, Judy Yee, MD and Anand Narayan, MD, discussed various benefits of computed tomography colonography (CTC) for colorectal cancer screening, the underutilization of the CTC procedure and steps moving forward to improve access to this procedure.

Diagnosing Cardiac Ischemia in Women: Key Imaging Considerations

May 10, 2022

Sharing insights from their recent presentation at the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) conference in a new video interview, researchers discussed how sex-based differences have an impact in the imaging and diagnosis of ischemic heart disease (IHD) in women.

'A Call to Arms' for Electronic Transfer of Medical Images Between Institutions

April 12, 2022

In a recent video interview, Arun Krishnaraj, MD, MPH and David Larson, MD, MBA, discussed the continued use of physical media to transport medical images between different health-care facilities, resulting inefficiencies and delays with patient care, and the initiative to create a linked multi-hub model to end this dated practice once and for all.

Assessing the Benefits of CT Colonography

March 30, 2022

In a recent video interview, Syam Reddy, MD discussed the merits of computed tomography (CT) colonography, a non-invasive alternative to conventional colonoscopy, which may help reduce gaps in screening for colorectal cancer.

Key Highlights From the Annual Symposium of the American Society of Spine Radiology

March 23, 2022

In a recent video interview, Kevin J. Abrams, MD, discussed highlights from the recent 25th Annual Symposium of the American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR), including lectures on imaging for spontaneous intracranial hypotension, the emergence of dynamic susceptibility contrast for MR perfusion and insights on the use of dual-energy computed tomography (CT) for diagnosing vertebral fractures.

Breast Imaging: Challenges and Opportunities in the Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 08, 2022

In a recent video interview, Amy K. Patel, MD, discussed the aftereffects of delayed breast cancer screening due to the COVID-19 pandemic, keys for improving outreach to underserved communities, legislative wins and challenges, and coalition building to educate and encourage women to resume regular breast cancer screening exams.

Assessing and Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Radiology

February 21, 2022

In a recent video interview, Nina Kottler, MD, discussed the promise of artificial intelligence (AI) for improving workflow efficiency for radiologists, keys to assessing AI vendors and change management principles for facilitating implementation of AI into one’s practice.

Essential Keys to Preventing Burnout in Radiology

February 18, 2022

In a new video presentation, a neuroradiologist discusses steps that individual radiologists can take to reduce the risk of physician burnout as well as actions that group radiology practices can take to increase the engagement of their staff.