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Thursday 19th April 2018

Prostate MRI Detects More Cancers Than Standard US-Guided Biopsy

MR imaging of the prostate detects more treatable cancers and reduces overdiagnosis than standard ultrasound-guided biopsies.

Supplemental MRI Screening for Breast Cancer Greatly Underutilized

Supplemental MR imaging for women at higher risk for breast cancer is not done frequently enough.

Meet the Challenge of Image Storage Demands

Storage capabilities are being overwhelmed by ballooning image sizes. Do you have the required bandwidth?

Wednesday 18th April 2018

Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System Reduces Biopsies

Using the American College of Radiology Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System criteria results in fewer biopsies and more accurate recommendations.

Delay Phase in Enhanced MRI Increases Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

A 15-minute delayed phase when performing extra-cellular contrast agent enhanced MR imaging may improve diagnosis of hepatocarcinoma.

That Doesn’t Help

Reasonable expectations are far from universally gratified in radiology.

Thursday 12th April 2018

Radiology Comic: What to Do With Outdated Equipment

A creative solution for dealing with outdated radiology equipment.

Fewer Screening Mammography Recalls Associated with More Interval Breast Cancers

More interval breast cancers detected when screening mammography recall rates are low.

Wednesday 11th April 2018

3D T2-Weighted Imaging Could Shorten Prostate MRI Protocols

Three-dimensional imaging could provide equivalent image quality to 2D acquisitions in T2-weighted imaging of the prostate at 3T.

Not Quite Striving for Perfection

Spelling—and anatomy—count when it comes to quality medicine.

Tuesday 10th April 2018

Why You Need to Track Contrast Dose Exposure

As with any drug, radiologists need to consider the benefit-risk profile of anything given to a patient, and GBCAs are no exception.

Diagnose Pulmonary Hypertension in COPD Patients with Cardiovascular MRI

Cardiovascular MRI can help clinicians with diagnosis and prognosis of pulmonary hypertension in patients with COPD.

Thursday 5th April 2018

Imaging Advancements and Personalized Medicine Will Shape the Future of Radiology

With increasing demand for highly precise image-based biopsies, the role of radiologists will become less siloed and more integrated with other disciplines.

Wednesday 4th April 2018

When Experience Overrules Expertise

Experts who lack experience with a specific problem aren’t always right.

Tuesday 3rd April 2018

MRI Breast Cancer Screening Overused for Low-Risk Women

Magnetic resonance imaging screening is not consistent with guidelines for women at low to moderate risk for breast cancer.

Clinical Parameters with Risk Stratification Algorithms Help Detect Prostate Cancer

Detecting clinically significant disease among PI-RADS category 3 lesions may be improved by incorporating clinical parameters into risk stratification algorithms.

Clinical Parameters with Risk Stratification Algorithms Helps Detect Prostate Cancer

Detecting clinically significant disease among PI-RADS category 3 lesions may be improved by incorporating clinical parameters into risk stratification algorithms.

Monday 2nd April 2018

Can an Automated Analysis of Radiology Reports Really Work?

Automated analysis of radiology reports is as accurate as manual auditing, but less expensive overall.

Brain Pattern Alterations Found Among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Magnetic resonance imaging shows brain pattern alterations among pre-school children with autism spectrum disorder.

Thursday 29th March 2018

5 Habits of Successful Leaders

How to demonstrate to others that you are worthy of their trust and confidence.

Wednesday 28th March 2018

Fear of Malpractice Drives Many Rib X-rays

Physicians more likely to order rib radiographs following minor chest trauma because of social and medico-legal issues rather than prescribing guidelines.

The Radiology–Surgery Dynamic

As long as radiology and surgery continue to cross-pollinate, there will be continued growth and evolution of both.

Tuesday 27th March 2018

Radiology Comic: Backhanding the EHR

That old tennis racket is good for something.

Monday 26th March 2018

Targeted Lung Cancer Screening Does Not Make Much Difference

Targeted dose CT lung cancer screening does not have substantial effect on life-years saved among high risk groups.

Thursday 22nd March 2018

Radiologists See More Clinically Complex Patients

Radiologists, particularly interventional radiologists, see sicker patients than many other physicians.

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