Decreasing No-Show Rates in Radiology
No-show appointments are costly for radiology departments.
Gout Worsens Its Comorbidities
Complaints about loss of self, loss of role identity, and lower quality of life dominate within this patient population.
Obesity Not Linked to Refractory Rheumatoid Arthritis
Associated comorbidities can bias clinical disease activity measures.
Vitamin D Deficiency and Cognitive Functioning in Psychotic Disorders
New evidence links vitamin D status with cognition in patients with psychosis.
Remember Increased Radiation Exposure Risk For Younger Adults
Multiple CT scans for young adults with non-traumatic acute abdominal conditions increase radiation exposure.
Q&A: AI For All Radiologists
Removing the cost barrier of AI in radiology.
Radiology Comic: Fun with Filters
Spice up your imaging.
Root, Root, Root For the Home Team
Own your role in your radiology practice.
Awareness of CT Dose Improving Among Patients, Providers
More patients and providers are aware of CT dose in 2015 than they were in 2004.
What Artificial Intelligence Can Do For Radiology
Real-world applications of AI in radiology.
Musculoskeletal Complaints in Children Recounted
Many nontraumatic low intensity complaints in the general population do not reach the threshold for consultation.
Fibromyalgia and GERD Link Works Both Ways
The conditions often coexist, and a bidirectional association is suggested.
Executing the Strategic Planning Process at Your Practice
Here are some operational steps you should take to ensure your strategic planning process isn't a waste of time.
MRI For Detection of Breast Cancer During Lactation
MRI for evaluation of breast masses in lactating women.
In Pediatric MRI, Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents and Signal Intensity
Macrocyclic GBCAs in nonenhanced T1 signal intensity pediatric brain tissue.
Deep Brain Stimulation for Memory Deficits
Here: a review of the neurobiology and circuitry behind memory as well as current studies involving neuromodulation for memory disorders.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Schizophrenia
This article describes challenges for psychiatrists striving to ensure informed consent for, and for patients who may lack full appreciation of the risks and benefits of, neurostimulation.
What Psychiatrists Need to Know About Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
Transcranial direct current stimulation is a battery-powered noninvasive device used to treat a range of neuropsychiatric disorders. Details here.
Left to Their Own Devices: Issues in the Informed Consent Process for Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
There is a growing trend for patients to obtain and use tDCS devices without the interposition of a psychiatrist filling the traditional medical-legal role of learned intermediary. The authors explore various issues.
A Change Would Do You Good
A tale of two hospital takeovers from a radiologist who lived through them.
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