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Int Skeletal Society Jul 9
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Elliot K. Fishman 1h
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Alicia Pattillo 3h
Careers in are predicted to be the fastest growing industry here in the valley in the next decade! I’ll tell you WHY at 6A on
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Dr. Dishant Shah, MD Jul 12
Pet peeve: If patient has right lower quadrant pain, then give that history when ordering the study, not just abdominal pain, so we mention the appendix even if it's normal. A waste of time asking report addendum to mention the appendix, saying pt. had RLQ pain
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K Elizabeth Hawk, MS MD PhD 24h
Perhaps what I love most about is the vulnerability & trust of one human, my patient, allowing me to look inside w hope that I can help. We are both reduced to our common humanness, without judgement or discrimination. Simply one helping another. I find peace in that.
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Elliot K. Fishman Jul 13
Turtle Lungs are interesting
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BJR Journals 20h
Review Quantitative pancreatic MRI: a pathology-based review
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Family Doctors of Boulder City Jul 15
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william kelly Jul 11
Can you identify the EXTRAthoracic abnormality on this film? 11% of men, 6% of women [... and 25% of the species shown] will have at least one
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Huasong Tang, MD Jul 11
Welcomed Bax to the Radiology department today for a meet and greet. He's a pawd member of the Hopkins K9 team, exceling as a bomb sniffer by day and moonlights as a dynamite pup.
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Dr. Stephen J. Pomeranz Jul 10
Today, we provide you with key images. Using only these images, see if you can find the MOST LIKELY diagnosis in the poll below! Hx: 33-year-old weight lifter with anterior shoulder pain and popping For MORE cases click here:
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David Bluemke Jul 16
RADIOLOGY new: Dr. Kanal and colleagues, on 7T MRI; 38% of patients report vertigo, 5% other effects.
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Jennifer R Buckley, MD Jul 16
Morning conference presented by our very own ! Great advice on how our new can start getting involved early in
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AuntMinnieEurope Jul 16
Austrians show can be safe for implanted devices
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Rip Patwary, MD Jul 15
IMPRESSION: intact chair.
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Emergency Radiology Jul 15
Unknown : 48 yo m presents to ED w dizziness. Head CT followed by MRI. Pls answer below - include & if you think the finding was incidental or cause of pt symptoms.
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Erik Middlebrooks, MD Jul 15
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David Bluemke Jul 15
RADIOLOGY new: 524 patients, multi-center study: false referrals decreased using contrast US for HCC detection; detection rate was unchanged.
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Mount Sinai IR Jul 15
We have 5,000 followers! 🎉🎈🎊 Thank you! We hope you find our content useful, educational, and minimally invasive.
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UF Health-Jacksonville Radiology Jul 14
Congrats to our Chief of Neuroradiology, Dr. Dinesh Rao, on his recent promotion to Associate Professor! He leads by example throughout the department and is dedicated to education! Well deserved!
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