Intravenous contrast may not be necessary for follow-up exams in certain patients with this form of cancer, a new analysis suggests.
Plus, longtime radiology supervisor named COO and Promaxo appoints new VP of clinical research & strategy.
The Swiss scientist won the 1991 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his contributions to high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Forty-seven percent of presenters and moderators at the society’s 2018 conference who received industry payments didn’t disclose at least one exceeding $200, a new analysis shows.
Dave Scott brings 25 years of knowledge to the Guilford, Connecticut, portable MRI firm, including research and development experience within Apple's secretive Special Projects Group.
Most radiology departments are well aware of MR imaging safety hazards, yet few have implemented the measures necessary to prevents accidents.
A pair of Houston-based imaging providers shared their experience and best practices for managing one of the field's most controversial questions Wednesday in JACR.
This May 23 opinion is the third published in JACR since the issue first popped up in March when two providers argued it may be time to reconsider rads' role in adverse events.
The 32-page document covers everything from implanted devices to those fastened or carried by patients, such as external insulin pumps and pulse oximeters.
Noted imaging expert Beverly G. Coleman, MD, was among the many new officers elected this during the ACR's annual meeting.
Despite this, 93% of rads surveyed would choose to re-enter the specialty if they were given the option.
The organization said the health and safety of its attendees, exhibitors and staff is its "primary consideration" but did not give any indication if vaccination will be required.