CDS Is Coming!
You may have heard this one already, but you really should start preparing for the penalty phase of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ appropriate use criteria requirement.
Embracing the Dark Side
A new X-ray technique shows promise for identifying lung pathology much earlier, with much less radiation than current screening protocols.
Bringing Work Home
As in many other professions, the pandemic has accelerated the work-from-home trend among radiologists. Check out the latest tech to make the transition easier.
Hot and Cold
When it comes to lung sarcoma treatments, ablation proponents believe microwave ablation and cryoablation should be moved to the front of the line.
AI-assisted workflow offers potential benefits for the ultrasound department.
Researchers say swollen lymph nodes from COVID vaccines should not delay women from getting mammograms.
Here’s a primer on the challenges of interpreting cardiac MRIs.
Although iodine is often blamed for contrast reactions, evidence suggests that there are other causes.
On the Case
Radiologists uncover a spinal dural arteriovenous fistula.