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Friday 13th July 2018

Mergers in Radiology: Good or Bad?

What impact are mergers and acquisitions having on radiology and patient care?

MRI for Traumatic Knee Injury Does Not Add to Improvement in Outcome

Magnetic resonance imaging, referred by general practitioners for traumatic knee injuries, adds to healthcare costs without improvement in outcomes.

Wednesday 11th July 2018

Second Opinions of Suspicious Breast Screenings Frequently Changes Interpretations

A total of 35 percent of cancers diagnosed after second-opinion review were not initially detected in the original interpretation.

The Tightrope-Walk of Radiology Coverage

Too many rads or too much work? A balance can be hard to find.

Tuesday 10th July 2018

High-Strength MRI May Leave Patients Exposed to Mercury from Dental Fillings

Amalgam fillings may pose a risk not only to patients, but to staff.

Don’t Miss a Mesothelioma Diagnosis

Looking for the most common answer in a scan can ultimately delay a proper diagnosis.

Is It Time to Leave Your Current Radiology Gig?

The jobs are out there and the recruiters are calling. Should you take the chance?

Monday 2nd July 2018

Supplemental Breast MRI Widely Underutilized in High-Risk Women

Further study may determine if patient awareness can mitigate the underutilization of supplemental screening breast MRI.

Reading Grade Level Too High for Most Online Lung-Cancer Screening Patient Materials

May contribute to knowledge gap inhibiting patients from improving their health literacy.

Interest in Pediatric Contrast Ultrasound Is High Among Radiologists

Radiologists who plan to adopt contrast ultrasound into practice need education, support.

The Art of the Consent

Radiologists are in a perfect position to be the most skilled at consulting patients during the informed-consent process

Flavored Oral Contrast More Palatable to Children

Pediatric patients were more likely to consume prescribed dose of Breeza than barium sulfate suspension.

Wednesday 27th June 2018

Answer Me! …or, Y’Know What? Don’t.

An unanswered query can often tell you all you need to know.

Tuesday 26th June 2018

What to Consider When Purchasing New Radiology Equipment

Each facility will have its own unique set of circumstances.

Monday 25th June 2018

Give Us This Day, Our Daily ICU Portable

Because no one is paying attention to them anyway, are all these diganostic tests really necessary?

Wednesday 13th June 2018

Ultrasound Detects as Much Pediatric IBD as MR Enterography

MRE may overestimate the presence of disease when using a scoring system.

MRI for Blunt Cervical Trauma Helped Only Small Group of Patients

Using MR imaging after CT for cervical spine trauma resulted in few changes in patient management decisions.

Tuesday 12th June 2018

Radiology Comic: A Long Report Covers Everything

When doctors complain reports don't include everything, the only thing a rad can do is comply.

Pure Breast Pain in Women Rarely Indicates Cancer

Imaging tests overused to diagnose pure breast pain among women.

Study: False-Positive Breast Biopsies Cost $2 Billion Annually

Follow-up procedures are ordered by clinicians largely because current tools often cannot provide diagnostic certainty in identifying cancerous breast masses.

Blood Flow Changes Found in Children with Chronic Kidney Disease

Magnetic resonance imaging shows changes in cerebral blood flow among children with CKD.

CT Suggests Smoking and Diabetes Linked to Hippocampal Calcifications

Researchers say smoking and diabetes likely have link to brain calcifications.

Monday 11th June 2018

Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced, Susceptibility Contrast MR Images Help Grade Gliomas

There is high diagnostic accuracy when grading gliomas with dynamic contrast material–enhanced (DCE) and dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) MR imaging.

Double Reading with Arbitration Improves Cancer Detection from Mammograms

Adding double reading with arbitration to mammography screening improves cancer detection.

Women Who Have Screening Mammograms Tend To Use Other Preventative Services

Screening mammography compliance often indicates if women will take advantage of other preventative services.

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