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Subspecialized Radiological Reporting Expedites Turnaround Time of Radiology Reports and Increases Productivity.

 To assess the impact of changing from general to subspecialized reporting on turnaround time of radiology reports (TAT), the fraction of radiology reports available within 24 hours (R

Development of Report Turnaround Times in a University Department of Radiology during Implementation of a Reformed Curriculum for Undergraduate Medical Education.

Purpose The implementation of a reformed curriculum for undergraduate medical education with a problem-oriented focus and more bedside teaching in small groups increases the academic teaching workload. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this increase in teaching duties is associated with an increase in report turnaround times of radiologists or increased unplanned absence during term times compared with term breaks (lecture-free periods) and over the whole period under investigation. Materia...

Fast assessment of bioaccessible metallic contamination in marine sediments.

A fast (16min) procedure to assess the bioaccessible metallic fraction of Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn simultaneously extracted (SEM) from marine sediments plus an indirect approach to determine acid volatile sulfides (AVS) are presented. For the extraction process magnetic agitation was compared with ultrasonic stirring (using a bath and a probe), and several stirring times were assayed. The proposed SEM procedure uses an ultrasonic probe and 1mL of HCl. It dramatically minimizes the turnaround time and the r...

Effectiveness of Specimen Collection Technology in the Reduction of Collection Turnaround Time and Mislabeled Specimens in Emergency, Medical-Surgical, Critical Care, and Maternal Child Health Departments.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of specimen collection technology implementation featuring computerized provider order entry, positive patient identification, bedside specimen label printing, and barcode scanning on the reduction of mislabeled specimens and collection turnaround times in the emergency, medical-surgical, critical care, and maternal child health departments at a community teaching hospital. A quantitative analysis of a nonrandomized, pre-post intervention study design e...

Limitations of Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST) Protocols in Transthoracic US.

Creating a Community Radiology Division: An Academic Radiology Department's 3-Year Experience.

Automated Radiology-Pathology Module Correlation Using a Novel Report Matching Algorithm by Organ System.

Radiology-pathology correlation is time-consuming and is not feasible in most clinical settings, with the notable exception of breast imaging. The purpose of this study was to determine if an automated radiology-pathology report pairing system could accurately match radiology and pathology reports, thus creating a feedback loop allowing for more frequent and timely radiology-pathology correlation.

Evaluation of a Streamlined Oncologist-Led BRCA Mutation Testing and Counseling Model for Patients With Ovarian Cancer.

Purpose There is a growing demand for BRCA1/ 2 mutation ( BRCAm) testing in patients with ovarian cancer; however, the limited number of genetic counselors presents a potential barrier. To facilitate more widespread BRCAm testing in ovarian cancer, pretest counseling by the oncology team could shorten testing turnaround times and ease the pressure on genetic counselors. Patients and Methods The prospective, observational Evaluating a Streamlined Onco-genetic BRCA Testing and Counseling Model Among Patients ...

JOURNAL CLUB: Redefining the Radiology Curriculum in Medical School: Vertical Integration and Global Accessibility.

Radiology interconnects medical disciplines given that a working understanding of imaging is essential to clinicians of every specialty. Using online education, we created a globally accessible, web-based undergraduate medical radiology curriculum modeled after the National Medical Student Curriculum in Radiology program of the Alliance of Medical Student Educators in Radiology.

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Longitudinal trends in the frequency of medium and fast race winning times in Australian harness racing: Relationships with rules moderating whip use.

The use of whips in racing is subject to current debate, not least because the prospect that fatigued horses cannot respond renders the practice futile and inhumane. The racing industries maintain whip use is a form of encouragement and that the rules of racing that govern whip use safeguard horse welfare. The current study examined longitudinal trends in the frequency of medium and fast race winning times in Australian harness racing between September 2007 and August 2016 to explore relationships with a se...

A cryostatic, fast scanning, wideband NQR spectrometer for the VHF range.

In the search for a novel MRI contrast agent which relies on T1 shortening due to quadrupolar interaction between Bi nuclei and protons, a fast scanning wideband system for zero-field nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR) spectroscopy is required. Established NQR probeheads with motor-driven tune/match stages are usually bulky and slow, which can be prohibitive if it comes to Bi compounds with low SNR (excessive averaging) and long quadrupolar T1 times. Moreover many experiments yield better results at low tem...

A fast track clinic improves diagnosis and treatment times for those investigated for lung cancer in Northland District Health Board.

In 2009, a Respiratory Fast Track Clinic (RFTC) was introduced successfully by Southern District Health Board. Advancing on this model by incorporating further biopsy methods, we aimed to streamline our investigative cancer pathway.

Data quality of whole genome bisulfite sequencing on Illumina platforms.

The powerful HiSeq X sequencers with their patterned flowcell technology and fast turnaround times are instrumental for many large-scale genomic and epigenomic studies. However, assessment of DNA methylation by sodium bisulfite treatment results in sequencing libraries of low diversity, which may impact data quality and yield. In this report we assess the quality of WGBS data generated on the HiSeq X system in comparison with data generated on the HiSeq 2500 system and the newly released NovaSeq system. We ...


Although the use of a standardized, synoptic pathology report for breast cancer has been demonstrated to improve the quality of reports, the role of a standardized form for the submission of breast cancer excision specimens to the histopathology laboratory has not yet, to our knowledge, been investigated.

Investigating the minimum scan parameters required to generate free-breathing motion artifact-free fast-helical CT.

A recently proposed "5DCT" protocol uses deformable registration of free-breathing fast-helical CT scans to generate a breathing motion model. In order to allow accurate registration, free-breathing images are required to be free of doubling-artifacts, which arise when tissue motion is greater than scan speed.

Incorporating BEAMing technology as a liquid biopsy into clinical practice for the management of colorectal cancer patients: an expert taskforce review.

The importance of mutation identification for advanced colorectal cancer treatment with anti- epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) agents is well established. However, due to delays in turnaround time, low-quality tissue samples, and/or lack of standardization of testing methods a significant proportion of patients are being treated without the information that KRAS and NRAS testing can provide. The detection of mutated circulating tumor DNA by BEAMing technology addresses this gap in care and allows the...

The Purse Strings of Radiology.

Women in Radiology: A Retrospective Twin Study.

Improving Professionalism Between Radiology and Emergency Medicine.

Deep Learning of Radiology Reports for Pulmonary Embolus: Is a Computer Reading My Report?

Summary of the proceedings of the International Forum 2017: "Position of interventional radiology within radiology".

The International Forum is held once a year by the ESR and its international radiological partner societies with the aim to address and discuss selected topics of global relevance in radiology. In 2017, the issue of the position of interventional radiology (IR) within radiology was analysed. IR is expanding because of the increased patient demand for minimally invasive therapies performed under imaging guidance, and its success in improving patient outcomes, reducing in-hospital stays, reducing morbidity an...

Deep Learning in Radiology: Now the Real Work Begins.

Deep Learning Lends a Hand to Pediatric Radiology.

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