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Top Five Radiology Content for April 2024


Catch up on the most-well viewed radiology content in April 2024.

Touching on a variety of topics in radiology, ranging from an exploration of short-term measures to help address radiology workforce shortages and the potential of GPT-4 with radiology reports to a new breast MRI literature review and updated breast cancer screening recommendations from the European Society of Breast Imaging, here are the top five most well-viewed content from Diagnostic Imaging for April 2024.

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