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Inside the Algorithm
Rather than asking how an AI algorithm works, it is in the best interest of radiologists to ask how often these algorithms work and assess the value they add to radiology departments.

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Uncommon Insight
Radiologists are advocating to make radiomics a staple of their practices for its ability to help identify medical conditions sooner.

Scaling the Learning Curve
Staff shortages and physician burnout complicate the increasing demand for chest X-rays. The good news is that AI has the potential to solve both problems.

Relaxing Time?
High-relaxivity contrast agents provide high-quality imaging at lower doses, potentially reducing patients’ exposure to gadolinium.

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Radiology’s Inspiring Future
By David Baltrusaitis, MD, and Alex Merkulov, MD

A 36-year-old pregnant woman, with a gestational age of 24 weeks and one day, was evaluated for interval fetal growth by maternal- fetal medicine and referred for MRI imaging. Her pregnancy was complicated by placenta previa based on ultrasound imaging performed at 19 weeks gestation. Continue reading »
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