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Augmented and virtual reality technology is making diagnostic decisions easier for clinicians.

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Incidental Contact
Incidental findings pose a challenge for health care providers. Making sure radiologists’ findings are communicated to referring physicians and followed up in a timely manner has significant implications for patient outcomes.

Watching the Detectors
The robustness and reliability of X-ray detectors are driving the trend of health care clinics searching for optimized workflows and reduced downtimes.

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Faster MRIs are proven to be better for patients’ comfort and radiologists’ workload, and they do not diminish imaging quality.

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Evolving Education
By Alexis Cammarata, DO; Alejandro Garces, MD; Min-Chul Shin, MD; and Daniel Maloney, DO

A 57-year-old man initially presented to an urgent care center with a history of acute on chronic intermittent abdominal pain. The patient was referred for CT imaging, which revealed cholelithiasis without secondary signs of acute cholecystitis. The patient was referred to general surgery but declined to follow up due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Approximately one year later, the patient had an acute recurrent bout of severe abdominal pain, presented to the emergency department (ED), and had CT imaging of the abdomen and pelvis and, subsequently, an MRI of the abdomen. Continue reading »
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