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#MyRadGirlfriend No. 1
August 25, 2016 -- What's it like dating a second-year radiology resident? Learn about the trials and tribulations of radiology relationships from another point of view with #MyRadGirlfriend, an ongoing weekly comic strip by Ryan McBeth.
IBA Molecular to buy Mallinckrodt's nuclear medicine business
August 24, 2016 -- Radiopharmacy vendor IBA Molecular has signed an agreement to acquire Mallinckrodt's nuclear imaging business in a deal valued at $690 million.
5 tips to get a grip on your radiology practice's metrics
August 24, 2016 -- As a radiologist, how much do you really know about how well your practice is running from a financial perspective? In this article, Don Rodden of HealthPro Medical Billing offers five tips for analyzing your practice's performance and making sure it's achieving its full potential.
Mobile App Spotlight: Kanal's MR safety implant risk tool
August 24, 2016 -- AuntMinnie.com presents the next article in an ongoing series highlighting notable mobile apps in radiology. In this installment, we take a look at Kanal's MR Safety Implant Risk Assessment, a new iOS app designed by longtime MRI safety advocate Dr. Emanuel Kanal.
AHRQ summary offers 3 strategies for CIN prevention
August 24, 2016 -- The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has released a summary of two major evidence reviews on the risks of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN), stating there are only three proven strategies for preventing CIN.
Imaging detects telltale signs of Zika infection
August 23, 2016 -- Radiologists reviewing medical imaging scans of babies and fetuses in cases of suspected Zika infection can expect to see a number of telltale brain abnormalities, including loss of gray- and white-matter volume and a "collapsed" appearance of the skull. That's according to a report on the devastating virus published August 23 in Radiology.
MRI shows promise in diagnosing CTE in living patients
August 23, 2016 -- MRI scans four years apart have detected a loss of brain volume in regions associated with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The results could be the first time the degenerative neurological condition has been identified in a living person, according to a paper published online August 23 in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
Should low-risk women get breast screening every 3 years?
August 23, 2016 -- Some women's health researchers are coming around to the idea of breast screening tailored to a woman's risk of breast cancer. A new study published August 23 in the Annals of Internal Medicine offers support for the idea, but also goes a step further, calling for screening every three years for women at lowest risk of cancer.
Can we talk? Chats with surgeons change treatment plans
August 22, 2016 -- In-person consults between radiologists and acute care surgeons led to changes in medical and/or surgical planning in approximately 40% of cases, according to a study published in the August issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Lack of reimbursement doesn't slow use of perfusion MRI
August 22, 2016 -- The use of perfusion MRI is growing for neurological applications, even though there is no specific reimbursement for the technique, according to a study published in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.
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