Touching on a variety of topics in radiology, here are the top five most well-read articles from Diagnostic Imaging in 2022.
As we come to the end of 2022, we take a look back at the most well-read articles from Diagnostic Imaging of the past year with topics ranging from a forthcoming national standard for breast density notofication in mammography reporting and enterprise imaging to the radiologist shortage and a brain MRI study detailing COVID-19 related abnormalities. Review the slideshow below to see highlighted articles from the past year.
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In a recent letter to U.S. Rep Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said a final rule on amendments to the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA), including an oft-delayed national standard for breast density notification in mammography reporting, may be published in the next couple of months. READ MORE
COVID-19 may cause changes in the brain stem and frontal lobe that could lead to fatigue, impacts in motor signal processing, insomnia, and depression, according to emerging research recently presented at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual conference in Chicago. READ MORE
While facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration is a central objective with enterprise imaging platforms, this author says implementation of these platforms must ensure optimal patient privacy in sensitive cases involving abuse, assault and domestic violence. READ MORE
Offering a variety of features to enhance efficiency, bolster security and reduce IT overload, the cloud-native SaaS platform may help radiologists minimize workflow issues that can impede practices with high imaging volume. READ MORE
While current projections suggest a shortage of radiologists in the future, promising developments with radiology residency positions, medical student awareness of the field and AI-aided efficiencies could be game changers. READ MORE