Researchers are seeking to improve on current models for determining risk/benefit ratios associated with breast cancer screening.
Along with research and education, improvements in existing technology and the development of CT and MRI have helped refine radiologists’ understanding of injuries related to child abuse.
Income and reimbursement issues are among the top reasons radiologists are experiencing high levels of stress and burnout, experts say.
Researchers are shedding new light on some of the possible reasons behind patients’ missed radiology appointments and implications for care.
Preoperative MRI may be effective in in helping to reduce the risk of recurrence in patients with early stage triple-negative breast cancer.
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