Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Radiologists Not Needed for Barium Swallow Studies

Findings support the growing call to no longer require a radiologist’s presence for a barium swallow study. Modified barium...

4 Must-Knows about Future Radiologist Liabilities with AI

by Whitney J. Palmer Liability and responsibility concerns are not significant with AI use now, but as the tools...

A Knee MRI in Half the Time? It’s Possible

by Whitney Palmer Cutting the time for a knee MRI protocol in half can...

Radiologists Lead the Pack in Lumbar Punctures

by Whitney Palmer For nearly 15 years, the number of radiologists performing these procedures has continued to climb while...

For Unintended Weight Loss, CT Provides Valuable Diagnosis

by Whitney Palmer of Diagnostic Imaging Scans are useful in identifying causes of nearly half of patients in the...

Six Trends to Watch in 2021 in Radiology

By Whitney J. Palmer COVID-19 dominated healthcare in 2020. The virus simultaneously crushed some...

COVID-19 Vaccine-Linked Adenopathies Could Mimic Breast Malignancies

By Whitney J. Palmer Swollen lymph nodes visualized on mammography and ultrasound appear days post-vaccination and could be mistaken...

Diagnostic Imaging Feature: What’s on the Horizon with MRI for Neuroradiology

7T MRI and MR-Guided Ultrasound presents new clinical opportunities in the pipeline. By Whitney J. Palmer

Chest Imaging Shows Little Long-Term Lung Scarring from COVID-19

By Whitney J. Palmer How well a patient’s lungs recover post-COVID-19 infection is not necessarily linked with the severity...






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