Maintaining a rigorous log of patient gadolinium dosage should be a priority for radiology departments and imaging centers, according to Hans-Klaus Goischke, Dr. med.

Molecular breast imaging (MBI) has proven a useful secondary screening tool for women with dense breasts when routinely deployed at a large, community-based breast imaging center. 

Incidental and secondary findings are on the rise, thanks largely to advances in diagnostic technologies and adoptions of value-based practice incentives. As such findings increasingly confound patients as well as clinicians—not to mention medical ethicists and malpractice courts—radiology would do well to follow discussions going on in the field of genetic testing. 

Neuroscience researchers and clinicians at UCLA have used MR-guided ultrasound to help rouse a recovering coma patient to a more alert state of consciousness. 

In locales and cultures as far removed from one another as Ethiopia and Pennsylvania, trainee radiologists finely—and similarly—honed their technical skills in pediatric ultrasound after viewing brief web-based tutorials on image acquisition.