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ED-Ordered CTA and Significant Incidental Findings
Computed tomography angiography may show significant incidental findings that ED physicians should act upon.
Q&A: Value-Based Care and the Radiology-EMR Divide
The challenges radiologists face in the transition to value-based care.
Imaging Vendors Look Past Radiology
At AHRA 2015, Carestream showcased their investigational cone beam CT, but they’re not selling it to only radiologists.
When to Use Imaging in Pediatric Sport-Related Head Injury
CT scans for children with head injuries from sports should not be routine practice.
Pretreatment Scanning May Predict IDC Overall Survival
FDG PET/CT scanning before treatment for invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast can predict survival.
XR 29 is Coming, Soon
Tips for radiology practices on preparing for new legislation and avoiding reimbursement cuts.
Patient Movement During MRI Expensive for Radiology
Imaging patients is more costly when they move.
For Patients, Lung Cancer Screening Reason to Continue Smoking
Patients who smoke and undergo early lung cancer screening may not feel the need to stop smoking.
Low Risk Ankle Rule For Children Reduces Unnecessary X-Rays
Ankle radiographs not always needed among some children presenting with acute ankle injury.
Cardiac CT Can Cause Cellular Damage
Doses over 7.5 mSv of radiation from cardiac CTA cause cellular damage.
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