Radiology Business (11/09) reports that radiologists experience significantly less happiness and meaning in their work than peers in other clinical departments, according to a new analysis published in Academic Radiology.
Radiology Business (11/6) reports that the use of preventative and elective care services—including MRI and mammography—plummeted nationwide during the first two months of the pandemic, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open.
Radiology Business (10/26) reports that breast self-examinations may help to address mammography disparities in the Black and Latina populations, according to a new analysis published in Clinical Imaging.
Diagnostic Imaging (10/20) reports that pre-operative
MRI can catch more breast lesions in women with dense breasts who have receive
their initial breast cancer diagnosis via digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT),
according to research published in Clinical Imaging.
Radiology Business (10/13) reports that nearly 78% of women oppose using artificial intelligence to independently read mammograms without a radiologist serving as backstop, according to a new survey published in JACR.