Experts from three prominent institutions hope their neuroimaging work will inform new interventions to address partisan discord.
Michael Ulissey, MD, with CDI Women's Centers near Seattle, urged Congress to act before pay reductions take hold Jan. 1.
Inventor and lead author Robert Edelman, MD, compared the advancement to stargazing at night versus during the day.
In one recent study, AB-MR pinpointed 13 additional cancer cases that DBT missed, Penn Medicine announced recently.
Current guidelines out of the American Cancer Society and USPSTF do not recommend this practice, experts noted.
During the pandemic’s worst points, providers logged roughly 38,000 fewer such scans in an average day, according to a new analysis.
Clinicians in Italy are urging their peers to gather thoracic x-rays from patients with the virus to help pinpoint this powerful predictor.
The method could also be delivered by nonradiologist personnel with minimal training, noted experts from two North Carolina institutions.
This role has created controversy in some circles, but experts with the Perelman School of Medicine say extenders make business sense, when deployed strategically.
Funding comes by way of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and will be used to create high-resolution US tech to monitor traumatic spinal cord injuries.
All told, the feds have doled out $106 billion in payments to smooth over cash flow issues as imaging and other patient volume dried up in March.
A shift from PSA screening toward mpMRIp has produced 354.7 fewer biopsies each month and about $9.4 million in annual Medicare savings.