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High-dose radiation therapy improves survival for patients with ‘incurable’ cancer
Researchers have found that high-dose radiation therapy can improve survival for oligometastatic patients, according to findings to be presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO).
Should women 30-39 years old with focal breast symptoms undergo US, mammography or both?
Targeted breast ultrasound should be the initial imaging evaluation for women between the ages of…
CT more accurate than x-rays for detecting rib fractures during child abuse investigations
Chest CT is more accurate than chest x-rays for postmortem rib fracture detection, according to…
The Workspace of the Future: Making Breast Imaging Work Flow
PACS is powering better workflow in breast imaging, transforming the way breast imaging…
MRI-based carotid artery measurements improve CVD risk assessment
MRI wall thickness measurements of a patient’s carotid arteries improves the quality of…
Researchers develop alternative metric to judge a radiology journal’s impact
The journal impact factor (JIF) has long been used to assess a scientific journal’s impact on…
FDA: Florida radiologist’s mammograms have ‘serious image quality deficiencies’
Patients were unable to get their imaging records—including mammograms—from Deerfield Beach,…
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