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Nuclear stress test may currently be the norm for cardiac evaluation, but a growing number of physicians believe there's enough evidence to support changing the paradigm, especially for patients at low to moderate risk.

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In an agreement with GE Healthcare, Temple University Health System will receive radiologic imaging equipment and services over a seven-year period intended to help the medical facility update its radiology offerings and improve workflow efficiencies—at a reduced cost.

Reporter's Notebook: RSNA 2015
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Less Sizzle, More Steak: 5 Things to Watch in 2016
Once again, Radiology Today chooses five subjects that we believe will merit your attention in the coming year.

By Rahul V. Pawar, MD, and Kimmerle A. Pawar, MD, MPH
37-year-old woman with a body mass index (BMI) of 31 and no other pertinent medical history presented to the emergency department with severe, throbbing headaches. Detailed history of present illness revealed occasional eye pain, usually on the left side. Subjectively, no change in vision was appreciated. The patient denied any neurologic history (eg, no prior ischemic insult, seizure). Following a review of systems and physical exam, the patient was deemed neurologically intact. She was afebrile and no meningeal signs were present. Ophthalmology was consulted because of the asymmetric eye pain/discomfort that accompanied her periodic headaches. CT and MRI were ordered. Continue reading»
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