More than a quarter of academic imaging experts cited a lack of autonomy and conflict with institutional leadership as contributing factors to workplace fatigue, according to a new survey.

The former CEO of San Rafael, California-based Sanovas was found guilty of wire fraud and money laundering for siphoning millions from the company toward luxury purchases. 

Col. Mohammad Naeem, MD, was presented with the Surgeon General's highest honor—the Maj. Gen. Lewis Aspey Mologne Award.

A lawsuit alleged radiologist Steven Fuhr spent seconds reading nearly 700 CT scans, missing a brain bleed that led to a patient's eventual death.

The National Kidney Foundation joined the college in releasing a new consensus document that answers key questions and offers recommendations for using IV contrast in patients with impaired kidney function.

Emory University researchers found their website helped imaging experts understand and implement the brain tumor reporting and data system.

More than 90% of participants said they would use the game for educational purposes again.

One large Chicago hospital is launching an "Abandon the Shield" campaign to educate staff, patients and clinicians before it discontinues the practice.

Radiologists desire uniform expectations on minimum-required monthly cases for peer review and consistent metrics for reporting peer learning.

Medscape queried more than 15,000 doctors across 29 specialties for their “National Physician Burnout & Suicide Report 2020: The Generational Divide," published Jan. 15.

Imaging experts, however, ranked much lower among specialists when asked how satisfied they were in their marriages.

It’s no surprise that AI dominated the landscape this past year, but there were still a number of important stories that will likely become trending topics as radiology continues to evolve.