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AI continues to assert itself in the radiology world. The latest? A research team has shown that when doctors work together in real time and combine their expertise with AI, they can diagnose the presence of pneumonia with even more accuracy than either alone. We'll find out what this means going forward.

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How an Independent Radiology Practice Fought Consolidation
By John DeBevits, MD; Allan Zhang, DO; and Alex Merkulov, MD

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A 35-year-old man presented to the emergency department with chronic lower abdominal pain. He also reported increasing trouble urinating, frequently needing to strain to empty his bladder, and feelings of incomplete bladder emptying. He described sporadic burning at the tip of his penis at times. He had been told previously by a provider that his prostate was enlarged. His physical exam was significant for moderate abdominal distension in the suprapubic region with tenderness in the area. Laboratory analysis was significant for minimally elevated creatinine of 1.3 mg/dL. His urinalysis was negative. CT of the abdomen and pelvis with IV contrast was ordered to evaluate his abdominal pain. Continue reading »
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