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With radiologist shortages at an all-time high, point-of-care ultrasound is poised to facilitate faster diagnoses, potentially preventing additional burdens on radiology departments.

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Hardware and software advancements are making low- and mid-field MRI attractive to manufacturers.

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Interactive radiology reports may help patients understand their medical conditions better, but can they be crafted to avoid radiologist burnout?

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Synchrotron X-ray offers a promising solution to the notoriously difficult task of detecting subtle brain injuries.

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The Calibration and Radiation Safety Aspects of Medical Physics
By Paola Tabaro, MD; Prachi Patel, MBBS; and Alex Merkulov, MD

History
A 31-year-old woman presented with a palpable left upper outer breast mass. After a physical exam, she was referred for diagnostic left breast mammography and a targeted breast ultrasound. On ultrasound, an irregular 1:00/2:00 hypoechoic mass correlated as palpable, and the patient underwent an ultrasound guided percutaneous biopsy with histologic and immunohistochemical findings consistent with Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD). Continue reading »
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