3 Things to Read Today
This week we’re looking at brain injuries in veterans, new detection techniques, and more.
Diffusion tensor imaging is helping physicians better understand cases of mild traumatic brain injury and its potential long-term effects.
Researchers are claiming that a new procedure combining MRI and ultrasound to get a three-dimensional image of the prostate can better identify suspicious looking tumors and, in some cases, may reduce the need for biopsies.
A new digital repository focused on imaging is now available to clinicians across the globe as annual estimates of unnecessary imaging costs soar.
Recently from the ACR Bulletin
Read the latest on physician screening practices and goals for patient care.
Learn about money saved from reducing the Multiple Payment Procedure Reduction (MPPR) from 25 percent to 5 percent.
Introducing ICE-T, a New Superstar in Data Analysis
Find out what radiology practices and hospitals can do with a new resource developed by the Neiman Health Policy Institute™.