"The unjust treatment of people of color must stop," the Radiological Society of North America said in a recent tweet.
The Virginia Board of Medicine labeled Michael Bigg “incompetent to practice medicine and surgery" in its 61-page report issued earlier this month.
Much of the drop is due to radiologists forgoing abdominal radiography, gastrointestinal fluoroscopy, and nuclear imaging, experts reported Tuesday.
Radiology trainees and attendings found relocating workspaces into reading "pods" overwhelmingly positive, and some aspects may be in place for the long-term.
A small survey found a majority of rad practices leveraged internal resources to complete outside exam interpretations and plan to continue to do so after the pandemic.
Mount Sinai researchers found that those with overall higher chest x-ray scores were 6.2 times more likely to require hospitalization.
The figure is nearly 2% higher compared to last year's report from Medscape, but some experts believe the recent global pandemic may change the trend.
A majority of research has been focused on subspecialists, but generalists are key to facilitating patient access to a number of radiology subspecialities.
As dental and oral-surgery offices begin to reopen in the U.S. on a state-by-state basis, oral-radiology experts in hard-hit Iran are offering tips from their experience with COVID-19.
The urban island nation of Singapore had the second highest count of COVID-19 cases outside of China by early February. Two radiologists and an infectious-disease specialist living and working there share what they’ve learned so far.
The authors aim their tips at radiologists. However, the activities are broad enough to apply to anyone who’s missing the feeling of making a meaningful contribution to a formerly frenetic workplace.
That’s according to new guidance on the deployment of magnetic resonance imaging during the pandemic issued recently by the American College of Radiology.