6 tips for working with millennials in radiology January 19, 2017 -- The millennial generation -- those born between 1980 and 2000 -- is the largest generation since the baby boomers and likely the most educated in history. But when it comes to teaching and working with this group, older radiologists may be baffled as to the best approach, according to an article published in the January issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Nuchal septations increase risk for fetal anomalies January 19, 2017 -- Nuchal septations are a powerful independent risk factor for chromosomal fetal anomalies, and their presence or absence needs to be documented during first-trimester ultrasound screening, according to research published in the January issue of the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine.
#MyRadGirlfriend No. 23: All I can afford January 19, 2017 -- Being a radiology resident means having to cut corners at times when it comes to personal expenses. But Andy's colleague Priya may have reached a new low in the next installment of #MyRadGirlfriend.
Neb. radiologist tracks tornadoes to find the perfect image January 18, 2017 -- Everyone has a way to unwind after a busy workday -- but for most radiologists, it probably doesn't include chasing tornadoes. Nebraska radiologist Dr. Derek Burdeny is the exception, tracking storms and photographing them up close and personal across the U.S.
Top 10 healthcare 3D printing events of 2016 January 18, 2017 -- 2016 was an exciting year for 3D printing in healthcare. Big investments, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic partnerships from front-runners of the industry seem to mark the beginning of an exciting new era. Neuroradiologist Dr. Jenny Chen of 3DHeals lists the 10 events she thinks were most important in 2016.
NJ imager helps give radiology a face with TV interviews January 17, 2017 -- A radiologist from New Jersey has become a regular fixture on the morning TV news show "Fox & Friends" as the program's expert on healthcare public policy. Dr. Nicole Saphier sees her appearances as an example of how radiology can raise its public profile.
4 ways the election could affect healthcare legislation January 17, 2017 -- With Donald Trump's presidential inauguration set for January 20, questions abound as to how his administration -- and Republican majorities in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate -- will set about changing healthcare in the U.S.
Shoulder ultrasound often changes patient management January 16, 2017 -- Shoulder ultrasound findings frequently have a significant effect on management and clinician decision-making in patients being treated for shoulder pain, according to research from the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology in St. Louis.
3D-printed kidneys change preop surgical planning January 16, 2017 -- Even experienced nephrologists can improve their preoperative planning when 3D-printed kidneys are available, according to the results of a new study in Abdominal Radiology. 3D models can shift some surgeries to less-invasive options after the translucent printed models are used for planning.
Taking oral radiology cases -- A lost art? January 13, 2017 -- Have radiology residents lost the ability to take oral cases? That's the concern of Dr. Barry Julius, founder of the website RadsResident.com. Julius believes that residents are slowly losing this key component of resident education -- but he has suggestions for how to get it back.