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Diagnostic Imaging May Be Safe for Pregnant Women

Some radiologic imaging can be safe for pregnant women who have sustained traumatic injuries, according to a review article published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS). 

Researchers from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, and the Garden State OB/GYN Associates in Voorhees, NJ reviewed the diagnostic dilemma that confronts emergency room physicians when pregnant women present with traumatic injuries that require diagnostic imaging. 

Source: UBM Partner Site Diagnostic Imaging - For full article, please click here

Posted by Alessandra Simmons on September 17, 2015 at 11:00am

The Fate of PACS

Since May, there’s been ongoing debate about one of your most significant, frequently-used tools – your PACS. Has it, in fact, outlived its original purpose only to be replaced by a sleeker, more versatile system? 

At this year’s SIIM conference, Donald Dennison, director-at-large of the SIIM Board of Directors and chair of the ACR Connect Committee, rocked the industry by suggesting just that. He predicted that by 2018, the radiology world would be PACS-less, and there are some in the community who agree. - See more at: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/pacs-and-informatics/fate-pacs#sthash.tmL5bWLI.dpuf

Source: UBM Partner Site…

Posted by Alessandra Simmons on September 15, 2015 at 11:13am

Q&A: Will Neuropsychiatric Imaging Lead to Overdiagnosis?

Overdiagnosis is commonly discussed in areas like breast imaging, where screening is widely conducted and media interest is high. While it’s under the radar for other diseases, it’s a big enough topic in the medical world to warrant a dedicated issue in Academic Radiology. Its August 2015 issue is devoted to overdiagnosis, a term used for disease that’s correctly diagnosed, but at the earliest stages when treatment may not be necessary and might even be harmful to the patient. This is in contrast to false positives, when the diagnostic test incorrectly indicates the possible presence of disease.

Source: UBM Partner Site Diagnostic Imaging - For full article, please click …


Posted by Alessandra Simmons on September 1, 2015 at 4:38pm

Radiology Comics

How would you finish the sentence: "To calm your anxiety about your MRI...." Click here to find out how Diagnistic Imaging Comic Jon Hunter did. 

Source: UBM Diagnostic Imaging. 

Posted by Alessandra Simmons on July 20, 2015 at 5:30am

Radiologist Projections for 2015: Were They Right So Far?

At RSNA 2014, EverBank Commercial Finance, Inc. conducted a survey of attendees regarding their top priorities for 2015. The numbers are highlighted in the infographic here. Now that we are more than half-way through, do you think the priorities have changed? Join the conversation and tell us what you think!

Source: UBM Partner Site Diagnostic Imaging - For full article, please click …


Posted by Alessandra Simmons on July 18, 2015 at 5:30pm

Imaging Can Detect CAC, Predict Mortality

Coronary artery calcification imaging determines plaque build up and accurately predicts 15-year mortality among asymptomatic patients, according to a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Researchers from Georgia, New York, Maryland, California, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee performed a study to determine the extent of coronary artery calcification (CAC) and near-term adverse clinical outcomes are associated over a follow-up period of five years.

Source: UBM Partner Site Diagnostic Imaging - For full article, please click …


Posted by Alessandra Simmons on July 16, 2015 at 5:30pm


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