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ESR and ERS promote organized lung cancer screening

Experts are convinced that patients will benefit from early diagnosis and screening will significantly reduce the mortality of the #1 cancer worldwide. They advocate that professional and patient organizations raise public awareness. Article: ESR/ERS statement paper...

Closing the gender gap in radiology

Women account for fewer than half of radiology roles in academia and private practice, adding to the issue of gender inequality within the discipline. Proactive measures need to be taken in order to increase representation of women in academic and leadership roles....

Contrast–enhanced mammography: Is a single view enough?

Contrast-enhanced mammography is developing as an alternative to MRI in some situations. However, in order to decrease the radiation dose, the question is if we can perform only a single view instead of a double view. From this cohort, the answer is not positive. Tip:...

Cranial arterio-venous shunts: the role of 4D-CTA

This prospective study compared 4D-CTA and DSA for the detection or arterio-venous shunts and found that CTA was able to replace DSA as the first work-up modality. Article: High sensitivity and specificity of 4D-CTA in the detection of cranial arteriovenous shunts...

Analysis of patient complaints

Collecting patients’ complaints is an important issue and a major marker of quality. This is the best way to improve daily practice, even if, in this center, complaints have not increased in number over 9 years. Article: Patient complaints in radiology: 9-year...

Prostate cancer: Is there a benefit of computed high b-values?

High b-values can be calculated from data collected with lower b-values. The benefit is a shorter acquisition and optimal contrast-to-noise ratio. However, do these virtual images really compete with native high b-values? Tip: Read more about prostate cancer here and...