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A Room With a View
With remote workstations becoming standard within the industry, a new player, teleproctoring, is facilitating high-level collaborations that would not otherwise have been feasible.

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In Network
Functional and structural MRI are helping the medical community consolidate all that is known about connectivity within the brain, while revealing prospective areas of additional study.

Analyze This
As inevitable growing pains accompany the advancement of AI and machine learning in radiology, analytics is playing an indispensable role in smoothing the way.

Which Niche?
We take a look at ways a number of practices are addressing the variables—accessibility, licensing, credentialing—associated with teleradiology.

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Lean Into Postpandemic Change
By Alex Merkulov, MD

A 69-year-old asymptomatic woman with a past medical history of coronary artery disease, Addison disease, hypothyroidism, and lupus presented to radiology for a screening mammogram in June 2020, revealing a new-since-2019, left breast craniocaudal (CC) view, anterior depth, slightly medial to the nipple line asymmetry of equal density. Her recent physical breast examination was within normal limits. She was referred for diagnostic left breast mammography and a targeted ultrasound. Continue reading »
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