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How Radiology Practices Can Position Themselves for Success in 2021
By Anna Luisa Kuhn, MD, PhD; Ajit S. Puri, MD; and Jasmeet Singh, MD

History
A 52-year-old man presented to the emergency department as a level 1 trauma status post assault, with altered mental status, facial lacerations, and swelling. On cross-sectional imaging, the patient was found to have bilateral subdural hematomas, comminuted facial bone fractures including bilateral mandibular fractures, and a splenic laceration. Continue reading »
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