Molecular breast imaging offers a compelling alternative to MRI, ultrasound, in screening women with dense breasts.
DTI MR imaging may have diagnostic value in the evaluation of sports-related muscle injuries.
Alternatives to medical isotopes hold promise for imaging procedures in light of Tc-99m shortage.
The correlation between imaging use—including overuse—and geographic region could lead to more targeted reforms to reduce overuse of imaging and improve imaging quality and overall patient care.
Feedback from referring physicians can create significant quality improvements and greater collaboration between radiologists and clinicians.
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