The results, noted researchers with the universities of Toronto and Ottawa, could have important implications for future COVID-19 outbreaks.
Experts believe that imaging physicians who make themselves more available to primary care can help to mitigate malpractice risks while also building better ties with patients.
The federal agency first kicked off the educational testing period for the AUC program on Jan. 1, with full implementation slated for the same date in 2021.
WHO said several countries have asked for guidance in the use of radiology services during the pandemic, with the agency publishing its findings in Radiology.
Dutch scientists reached their conclusion by conducting an economic evaluation, using a simulator to estimate costs and lives saved across a cohort of 10 million women.
DXA three years after baseline did not improve the accuracy of fracture-risk assessment, experts wrote in JAMA Internal Medicine.
That’s been the case at two academic medical centers in Chicago and Tucson, Arizona, where such physicians have accounted for a greater share of both procedural volume and gross charges.
U.K. experts recently detailed their concerns in a study set to be published in the September issue of Radiology Case Reports.
That’s according to a new analysis published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine.
UGI is the standard go-to for malrotation of the intestines during fetal development, but it has several limitations, imaging researchers wrote in JACR.
LDCT has been a hot topic in the news lately, with U.S. lawmakers recently pushing for greater efforts to expand use of this lifesaving clinical tool.
Scientists with the Italian College of Breast Radiologists recently detailed their advice for keeping mammography safe during the pandemic in La Radiologia Medica.