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Most Radiologists Want More Direct Communication with Patients

Over half of radiologists want more patient interactions, according to a study recently published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

MRI is a Non-Invasive Way to Detect Hypoxia in Breast Cancer Patients

Hypoxia and neovascularization in breast cancer can now be identified using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques, according to a study recently published in Molecular Imaging...

New AI Technology Prioritizes Critical Chest Scans

A new artificial intelligence-based system out of the University of Warwick identifies time-sensitive chest scans that need to be prioritized, according to...

RSNA and ACR Introduce RadInfo 4 Kids

In an effort to help kids understand the daunting mechanisms of imaging machines, RadiologyInfo.org, a patient resource site sponsored and created by the Radiological...

Could Gas-Based Contrast Agents Replace GBCAs?

Researchers from the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) in Berlin and the California Institute of Technology are creating hyperpolarized xenon gas-based contrast...

Unsettling Statistics About Radiologist Burnout and Depression

Burnout and depression have become dire epidemics in the medical community, and it’s unclear if there’s a way to improve physician mental...

Radiology Services Lawsuit Settled for $10 million

The 2015 lawsuit claiming that the hospital participated in an illegal kickback scheme and raked in millions of dollars in fake claims was settled...

Why You Might Need a Dose of Sugar in Your MRI

Sugar could become an effective replacement for metal in contrast agents in magnetic resonance tomography analyses, according to researchers from John Hopkins...

What Could Happen When You Don’t Carefully Read a Radiology Report

A lawsuit involving a 49-year-old male with colon cancer has demonstrated the need for physicians to thoroughly read radiology reports and for radiologists to...

Reading Room Coordinator Programs Makes Life Way Easier for Radiologists

Radiologists at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics are saving around two and a half hours of their work day with...






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