Very few online resources aimed at patients who wish to learn about an emergency radiology exam are comprehensible to most of that intended audience, according to a study published online in Emergency Radiology.

For some organizers as well as attendees of radiology meetings, live tweets and meeting-related Twitter polls sent from the site are distractions one can happily do without. However, with a little preparation and know-how, meeting tweeters and their followers can tap the social-media platform such that it greatly enhances the meeting experience for all involved.

Researchers in China have discovered that depression and social anxiety cause noticeable structural abnormalities in the brain, according to a recent release from the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

Compared to emailed survey requests, electronic kiosks generate a higher response rate and less recall bias, according to Olga R. Brook, MD.

Should a radiologist be a direct communicator to patients? Should they help physicians diagnose and manage patients? Or can they do both?