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Jonathan A. Hernández Mancera 11h
Bladder herniation through the inguinal canal is not uncommon. However, this is THE biggest bladder herniation I’ve ever seen.
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MRI-ESSENTIALS 23h
The anterior part of the knee, especially along the patella and patella tendon, is a relatively common site for gout. This is an impresive example.
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SwatiDeshmukh,MD Nov 23
I thought this accessory brachialis muscle slip was kinda cute until I realized it was compressing the median nerve!! 🤨
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sad rads 34m
Love it when the article talks about an ultrasound clinic and uses pics of .... a CT scan.
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IMACTIS CT-Navigation 12h
We are glad to bring to you a special fireside chat on real-world percutaneous procedures, a power-packed session during the ASM 2020. Register today to join the outstanding panel of speakers from the U.S. & Europe, on Wed 02 Dec.
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Christopher Hammond 11h
My blog’s been picked up by . I am excited and (very) flattered by the interest. Thanks! Take a look at the AuntMinnie site.
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BCM Radiology Nov 22
With holidays coming up, the team behind the BCM social media accts will be taking a short break from our regularly scheduled Mon and Fri posts to allow for residents and faculty to enjoy their time off. We hope all of our have a safe/thankful holiday!
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US Radiology Specialists 9h
In this season of , we want to thank our physicians and team members across US Radiology working tirelessly on behalf of our patients and their referring doctors. You truly make the best of radiology even better to improve lives.
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Tatiane Cantarelli, MD 22h
* Ulnar neuropathy = denervation / atrophy of hypothenar and interosseous muscles - transfixation of ulnar nerve at distal forearm with traumatic neuroma (+ partial tear of FCU tendon)
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Bhavya Rehani, MD Nov 21
Thanks to for making registration free for all members! Membership is free for , , . Many global who haven't been able to travel are looking forward to their first as it is virtual & free! Lot of excitement!
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contextflow Nov 23
We're on a roll with team expansion: meet Johannes Hofmanninger! After nearly 7 years as a Research Associate at using and to analyze data, Johannes is perfectly ready to take on his role as Senior Deep Learning Engineer. Welcome!
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Another Bearded Medic 🧔🏾 Nov 18
Back on the clinical grind....
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Wash U PM&R Residency Nov 15
Dr. Nate Olafsen from MSK/Sports Medicine presented alongside a great panel today at on basics. Awesome learning!
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uOttawaRadiology Nov 23
Big news! Our 11th Annual Radiology Review Course (being held VIRTUAL) is now accepting registrations! ,
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RSUTH - Rivers State University Teaching Hospital Nov 13
Department is strategic in healthcare delivery serving the entire South-South & South-East Geo-political zones with like: A 1.5 Tesla Machine, A 64 slides scan, , , machines, Scan...Etc
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UH Radiology Cleveland Nov 19
Congratulations to Dr. Effie Adjei on being selected of the Month!!
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Peder E. Horner, MD Interventional Physician Nov 19
15 cm skin to periaortic lymph node FNA and core biopsy. Moving patient care forward.
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P. Diana Afonso Nov 7
Medial vs lateral epicondylitis. Quick MRI anatomy & tips to remember
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Amy Crumb Nov 22
Highly encourage ANY med student to submit a case to symposium case competition on Jan 23rd! Along w/ legit bragging rights, top 3 will compete for prizes like AMBOSS subscription. More info here:
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Dr Harun Yıldız Nov 16
Radiogenomics of Medulloblastoma - 3 Group 4-Molecular Subgroup Watch out! This image isn't a real MR image!✍
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