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Diagnostic Imaging's A Look Ahead: July 19 to July 23, 2021


Here's what to expect this week on Diagnostic Imaging.

In this week’s preview, here are some highlights of what you can expect to see coming soon:

Racial disparities are a known problem in healthcare, including radiology. These inequities can also lead to diagnostic delays. An article published later this week will take a look at how these racial disparities and diagnostic delays affect women with breast cancer.

For more breast imaging coverage, click here.

Emergency situations – pandemic or otherwise – can cause great confusion. Having a well-designed strategy in place can ensure the fastest and most accurate dissemination of information and care. Look for an article later this week about the impact of a radiology call center hotline.

For more coverage of radiology consultations, click here.

For more coverage based on industry expert insights and research, subscribe to the Diagnostic Imaging e-Newsletter here.

Dental pathology can be overlooked in radiologic scans. But, a new investigation published in the Journal of Digital Imaging, shows that adding a one-slice series on a CT scan of the neck can reduce time-to-diagnosis for patients. Look for the article alter this week.

For more coverage of dental pathology, click here.

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