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More Than Meets the Eye
Harvesting subatomic nuances from conventional images, radiomics puts a fresh palette of diagnostic specificity—quantifiable to the last pixel—at the radiologist’s fingertips. New research out of Cleveland examines its astounding predictive potential.

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Going to Market
As AI continues to gather steam in the industry, radiologists, vendors, and consumers are exchanging insights and technology via a blossoming app marketplace.

One for All?
Political adversaries are debating the prospect of a single-payer health care system and seem likely to continue to do so for some time. Experts examine the issue from a radiology standpoint.

Checking the Transmission
By sending a wave through an object, then noting its refraction, diffraction, and other metrics after it’s passed through, transmission ultrasound is offering an intriguing counterpoint and adjunct to traditional mammography.

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The ABCs of Medicare Billing for Radiology
By Michelle J. Romero, MD

History
A 35-year-old man presented to urology to plan his scheduled vasectomy. He and his partner welcomed a pair of twin girls seven months prior. During his appointment, he reported a right testicular mass which he noticed approximately two weeks prior. He had been accidently kicked in the groin by his 4-year-old nephew, and the subsequent soreness brought his attention to the area. He had no voiding symptoms. He was referred for a scrotal ultrasound (US). Continue reading »
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