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The Whole Picture
Given its sensitivity, PET has long been perceived as the go-to modality for noninvasive functional imaging. However, its signal-to-noise ratio has presented challenges. Total-body PET/CT, a new integration of the two technologies, is poised to change things for the better.

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Is Lung Cancer Screening Underused?
A growing body of evidence suggests that low-dose CT screening can significantly reduce mortality for smokers. We take a look at efforts to realize the potential of this preventive measure, as well as some variables that are shaping the narrative.

Casting a Wider Net
Once considered a stopgap measure, teleradiology has come into its own, becoming a first-line option and an indispensable adjunct to the modern radiology practice.

Peerless Review
The longstanding peer review model has its advantages and drawbacks. Several innovators have prototyped a new peer learning model and are eager to share their very promising results.

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Advances in Radiation Therapy
By Anna Luisa Kuhn, MD, PhD, and Vladimir Ivanovic, MD

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A 34-year-old woman without a significant past medical history presented for an evaluation of left neck pain persistent for several days after a yoga workout with headstand poses. Patient was referred for cross-sectional imaging. Continue reading »
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