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Diagnostic Imaging North America



November 2005

COVER STORY



By: James Brice

Specialists garner a bigger share of medical imaging


Exemption protects in-office imaging


Leasing puts physicians just a click away from profits



Molecular Imaging Outlook




DEPARTMENTS



X-RAY VISION



John C. Hayes and James Brice

Time has come for action on in-office self-referral abuses




AGENDA



Jane Lowers

Contrasting views on utilization management spur discussion



SPECIAL SECTION: Everyday 3D




Overread



Overread: VERBATIM!




Newsclips




Technology Advisor



Informatics




Cardiovascular Screening



Men's Health




Cardiovascular Disease




Sonography




Vascular Therapy




Computed Tomography




MR Spectroscopy




Tech Watch




Perturbations





 

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