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Digital pathology is a practical alternative to on-site intra-operative frozen section diagnosis in thoracic surgery.

Telepathology uses digitised image transfer to allow off-site reporting of histopathology slides. This technology could facilitate the centralisation of pathology services, which may improve their quality and cost-effectiveness. The benefits may be most apparent in frozen section reporting, where turnaround times are vital. We moved from onsite to offsite telepathology reporting of thoracic surgery frozen section specimens in 2016. This study compares turnaround times (TAT) before and after this service cha...

Error in radiology - where are we now?

Error is inherent in radiological practice. Our awareness of the extent of this and the reasons behind it has increased in recent times. Our next step must be the development of a shared understanding with our patients of the limitations as well as the huge benefits of medical imaging.

Validity of a Novel Point-of-Care Troponin Assay for Single-Test Rule-Out of Acute Myocardial Infarction.

Emergency department (ED) investigations of patients with suspected acute myocardial infarction (AMI) are time consuming, partly because of the turnaround time of laboratory tests. Current point-of-care troponin assays shorten test turnaround times but lack precision at lower concentrations. Development of point-of-care troponin assays with greater analytical precision could reduce the decision-making time in EDs for ruling out AMI.

Comparison of five methods of extraction of Staphylococcus aureus DNA for molecular detection by PCR.

Molecular techniques for the detection of pathogens have been shown to be effective diagnostic tools with high sensitivity and short turnaround times.

Differential Motivations for Pursuing Interventional Radiology: Implications for Residency Recruitment.

The purpose of this study is to compare the motivations of interventional radiology (IR) residency, IR fellowship, and diagnostic radiology (DR) applicants.

Training in Musculoskeletal Radiology in Europe: Philosophy, Challenges, and Practical Implementation.

This article provides an overview of the philosophy, mechanisms, and difficulties involved in the establishment of integrated training programs in medicine, radiology, and specifically musculoskeletal radiology across the European Union.

Decreasing Wait Times and Increasing Patient Satisfaction: A Lean Six Sigma Approach.

Patient satisfaction scores in the vascular interventional radiology department were low, especially related to wait times in registration and for tests/treatments, with low scores for intentions to recommend.

Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Current Technology and Future Directions.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been heralded as the next big wave in the computing revolution and touted as a transformative technology for many industries including health care. In radiology, considerable excitement and anxiety are associated with the promise of AI and its potential to disrupt the practice of the radiologist. Radiology has often served as the gateway for medical technological advancements, and AI will likely be no different. We present a brief overview of AI advancements that have driven...

Quantifying and Characterizing Trainee Participation in a Major Academic Radiology Department.

Trainees play an important role in the delivery of medical services in academic medical centers, yet the full extent of their contribution in radiology is unknown. The purpose of this study was to quantify trainee involvement in a single large academic radiology department.

Musculoskeletal Radiology in the Middle East: Training Programs, Current Practice, and Future Directions.

This article outlines the development of radiology training in the Middle East. It discusses the history of radiology in the region and current available pathways to subspecialize in musculoskeletal (MSK) radiology. Owing to the rapidly changing demographics and health indicators in the region, a major shift has occurred in the government's focus in directing more resources to advance the health care system. This in addition to intraregional initiatives, such as the establishment of many radiologic societie...

Consensus recommendations on standardized magnetic resonance imaging protocols for multicenter canine brain tumor clinical trials.

Association between computed tomographic characteristics and fractures following stereotactic radiosurgery in dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma.

Providing Value-Based Service to a Sprawling Orthopaedics Practice.

Health care in the United States is changing, and diagnostic radiology is attempting to adapt to the new norm. A view of the landscape shows mergers, acquisitions, and radiology practices becoming larger. Musculoskeletal (MSK) radiology is trending toward subspecialization, and orthopaedic surgery practices are demanding quality, convenience, and efficiency in imaging services. In other industries, optimization of operations and strategic deployment of resources are standard, but radiology is not quite ther...

Leveraging Technology to Improve Radiology Workflow.

Although advancements in the last decade have automated much of the radiology workflow, there are several areas in the complex imaging process where standardization and innovation can be implemented. We discuss multiple tools and integrations that can help improve operational efficiency, quality, and safety.

Promoting Greater Diversity and Inclusion in Radiology Research: A Survey of the American Association for Women Radiologists.

To assess perceived challenges to radiology research and publication by female radiologists, as well as possible strategies for overcoming these challenges.

Three-dimensional MR Fingerprinting for Quantitative Breast Imaging.

Purpose To develop a fast three-dimensional method for simultaneous T1 and T2 quantification for breast imaging by using MR fingerprinting. Materials and Methods In this prospective study, variable flip angles and magnetization preparation modules were applied to acquire MR fingerprinting data for each partition of a three-dimensional data set. A fast postprocessing method was implemented by using singular value decomposition. The proposed technique was first validated in phantoms and then applied to 15 hea...

Towards fast whole-body PET/MR: Investigation of PET image quality versus reduced PET acquisition times.

The trend towards faster acquisition protocols in whole-body positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance (PET/MR) arises the question of whether short PET data acquisition protocols in a whole-body multi-station context allow for reduced PET acquisition times while providing adequate PET image quality and accurate quantification parameters. The study goal is to investigate how reducing PET acquisition times affects PET image quality and quantification in whole-body PET/MR in patients with oncologic find...

Interventional Radiology in Canada: Current Challenges and Future Directions.

We aim to define the practice of interventional radiology (IR) in Canada, barriers that have been faced by interventional radiologists, and ways in which the Canadian Interventional Radiology Association (CIRA) have attempted to address these issues.

Challenges and Opportunities for Continued Success and Growth of Pediatric Interventional Radiology: A Communiqué From the Society for Pediatric Interventional Radiology.

Pediatric interventional radiology (PIR) is a dynamic and growing subspecialty. We will detail our need to evolve like the emerging therapies and innovative imaging options that we provide to children.

The True Purpose of a Radiology Report.

Interventional Radiology in the United States: Who Does Your Intervention Depends on Where You Are Located.

Creating a Culture to Support Radiology Resident Mothers.

The 30-Day Readmission Metric: Time for Interventional Radiology to Be on Board.

Shearlet-based compressed sensing for fast 3D cardiac MR imaging using iterative reweighting.

High-resolution three-dimensional (3D) cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) is a valuable medical imaging technique, but its widespread application in clinical practice is hampered by long acquisition times. Here we present a novel compressed sensing (CS) reconstruction approach using shearlets as a sparsifying transform allowing for fast 3D CMR (3DShearCS) using 3D radial phase encoding (RPE). An iterative reweighting scheme was applied during image reconstruction to ensure fast convergence and high ima...

Diagnosis Please Certificates of Recognition Awarded to Three Individuals and to International and North American Radiology Resident Groups.

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