Also, Dunlee scores its own nod from the Food and Drug Administration, and a new interoperability accomplishment in Denmark. 

In one recent case, attorneys extracted a $2 million settlement after arguing a physician spent too little time interpreting CT scans. 

Current guidelines out of the American Cancer Society and USPSTF do not recommend this practice, experts noted.

The letter comes after a scathing Washington Post investigation, detailing how the Stanford senior fellow has allegedly pushed “junk science” to fight COVID-19. 

Reported in 2018 by anesthesiologists at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville, the case suggested a message to TAVR operators: “Vigilance and a high degree of suspicion” are critical for avoiding the potentially severe hemodynamic consequences of HCM associated with aortic stenosis, the authors asserted (J Med Case Rep 2018;18;12[1]:372).

At the American College of Radiology’s 2019 meeting last May, speaker after speaker stepped up to the open microphone in the ballroom of a Washington, D.C., hotel to vent their displeasure with the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and its maintenance of certification (MOC) program.