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Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines Exclude Patients
Changing smoking habits may require more sensitive lung cancer screening criteria to include as many high-risk individuals as possible.
Private Radiology Groups More ‘Social’ Than Academic Groups
Private radiology groups use more social media than academic groups.
No Biopsy Required For MRI-Detected BI-RADS 2 Lesions
Breast lesions detected by MRI and classified as BI-RADS 2 were shown to not be malignant, and therefore do not need biopsy.
Patients Realize Importance of Cancer Screening, But Not Risks
Cancer screening is a good thing, say people in the UK, but fewer than half understand associated risks to screening like mammography.
Lung-RADS Reduces False Positives, But Also Sensitivity
Low-dose CT screening for lung cancer following Lung-RADS criteria may reduce false positives, but it also decreases sensitivity.
10 Questions with Alan Kaye, MD, FACR
For this “10 Questions” series, we spoke with Alan Kaye, MD, FACR, about his work and the future of radiology.
MRI Shows Postconcussive Brain Damage in Hockey Players
Neuroimaging with MRI shows an association between brain structure and postconcussive symptoms.
MRI Technique Can Estimate Liver Fat in Children
Advanced magnitude-based MRI can help physicians estimate liver proton density fat fraction in children with NAFLD.
FDA Approves 3D Breast CT
The FDA has approved the first cone beam CT for diagnostic imaging of the breast, according to Koning Corporation.
Competency Check-Off For Residents Lowers Dose
Lower radiation doses were achieved when a competency check-off for radiology resident trainees was implemented.
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