Utility of both PI-RADS version 2 and MRI-ultrasound fusion biopsy for diagnosing prostate cancer.
Diagnostic Imaging Staff
Using PET/CT imaging to evaluate patients following chemoradiotherapy for anal cancer can alter patient management choices.
Osteoporotic vertebral fractures are often under reported by radiologists, particularly non-musculoskeletal radiologists.
Lower doses of radiation during CT scans for extremities still provide good image quality.
Shoulder MRI reports preferable when provided in a structured report format.
When faced with the possibility of missed findings, would patients generally agree to consuming oral contrasts?
Breast MRI in pregnancy-associated breast cancer may change the surgical management of patients.
Cranial CT scans performed on children in non-pediatric hospitals expose them to more radiation.
Implementation of a comprehensive utilization management program reduces use of high-cost imaging among stable patients.
Use of diagnostic imaging may be the cause of an increase in thyroid cancer incidence, especially among women.