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Ultrasound-Accelerated Thrombolysis
A recent study has shown no significant advantages to using a new thrombosis reduction therapy called ultrasound-accelerated thrombolysis over the current standard, catheter-directed thrombolysis. Now, many interventional radiologists say that they will take a wait-and-see approach before deciding which procedure to use.

Epic Change?
More and more people are trying to decide whether to utilize RIS/EMR or not. Increasingly, the answer seems to be affirmative, thanks in large part to Epic's Radiant RIS. For health care organizations that already use Epic's EMR, the lure of Radiant can be hard to resist.

Radiology Today Interview: Setting Up an MRI Safety Program
MRI expert Tobias Gilk discusses a variety of topics related to safety and best practices in the final installment of this exclusive two-part interview with Radiology Today.

Reporter's Notebook: ASTRO 2014
Learn about the latest research findings presented at the American Society for Radiation Oncology's 56th annual meeting, held in San Francisco in September.

By Kanwar Singh, MD; Rayhan S. Hai, MD; and Pramod Gupta, MD
A 39-year-old woman with history of C-section presented with complaint of intermittent left abdominal pain with a palpable nodule for the past six months. The pain coincided with her menstrual cycle.. Continue reading»
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