When it comes to diagnosing and treating the novel coronavirus, sooner is better.
All Things Imaging | The Novarad Blog
It might be an understatement to say that diagnosing and treating the novel coronavirus has been tricky. COVID-19 has many possible symptoms, and the severity of those symptoms can vary widely between patients.
When it comes to detecting cancer, the sooner the better. But despite all the advances in medical imaging, it’s still difficult to accurately diagnose and stage a cancer tumor.
Let’s face it--as a specialty, radiology is not known for its bedside manner or close contact with patients. Radiologists remain “invisible” to many patients, which can tempt providers to downplay their radiology experiences.
The COVID-19 public health emergency has affected education at every level, with medical schools scrambling to balance social distancing practices with the needs of patients, students, and clinicians.
From preschool to med school, the COVID-19 pandemic has made education more complicated for everyone, but it's also providing opportunities we've never had.
Want to avoid Medicare over-payments? Watch out for these potential issues.
From the invention of the X-ray to the COVID-19 pandemic, radiology has always faced enormous changes. Here are three things that will have a significant influence on the future of radiology.
House calls from doctors may seem as quaint and outdated as 8-track players and milkmen. But a new study suggests that house-call programs could help cut ER visits and boost patient satisfaction.
Despite a growing body of research showing the potential benefits of artificial intelligence (AI), many radiologists remain skeptical of the concept.