Massachusetts General Hospital rads outlined steps providers can take to limit unnecessary follow-up care in these situations, sharing their guidance Monday in JACR.
Nearly three-quarters of patients with recurrent injuries suffered foot and ankle damage, according to a small study of intimate partner violence victims published recently.
The pair called on the American Board of Radiology and European Society of Radiology to incorporate forward-looking principles into its core curriculum.
Ezequiel Silva III, MD, a practicing San Antonio radiologist, will chair the 32-member AMA Multispecialty Relative Value Scale Update Committee.
The Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, body imaging specialist allegedly lied on a state application to administer controlled substances, which is needed to prescribe and handle such drugs.
Also, the editor of RSNA's flagship journal steps down, Rhode Island welcomes a new women's imaging expert and Hyperfine hires neuroradiology "thought leader."
The field has made great strides to bring imaging to the center of patient care, but providers can't rest on their laurels, one radiologist argued recently.
Shirletta Sanders said her situation was “terrifying,” but her past work helping others survive the pandemic pushed her through the ordeal.
New users flooded conversations using the #radiology hashtag, sharing educational webinars, informational sites and journal articles.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration first issued its face mask warning back in December, after a patient was reportedly burned during a 3T imaging exam.
Doctors have increasingly been seeing breast exams with swollen lymph nodes imitating cancer in patients who have received a vaccine, prompting Penn Medicine providers to offer up guidance.
A group of MRI specialists drew on their own experience during COVID-19 for their editorial, published in European Radiology.