Take a quick look at Diagnostic Imaging's Top 5 stories of the week.
COVID-19 vaccine-related adenopathies were initially thought to appear and resolve within four-to-six weeks after the second vaccine dose. Clinical experience is showing these findings are lingering in patients for up to 12 weeks. Click the picture for the full story.
Diagnostic imaging can be critical to identifying victims of childhood physical abuse, but some providers – known as denialists – will misattribute findings to other conditions. There are the top 10 fringe beliefs that lead to misdiagnosis. Click the picture for the full story.
Grant funding is getting harder to secure, so radiologists may find themselves taking on the role of fundraiser. It can be difficult, but industry experts offer seven tips that can lead to successful efforts. Click the picture for the full story.
Tattoos do more than change an outward appearance – they can change the inside, too. New research has shown tattoo ink can migrate over time and mimic breast abnormalities. Click the picture for the full story.