Imaging examinations interpreted by diagnostic radiology residents and fellows have increased.

Patients who undergo imaging tests could use more information about the examination.

Magnetic resonance images can add valuable information to prenatal fetal assessment.

Cardiac and abdominal imaging performed by residents using a pocket-size ultrasound increases diagnostic accuracy.

Fewer CT scans are needed for trauma patients when whole-body CT is included in early trauma care, but initial WBCT results in higher dose.

Magnetic resonance imaging following CT or US detection of indeterminate pelvic mass helps women avoid unnecessary surgeries.

Localized correlated spectroscopy may show signs of biochemical abnormalities, possibly signaling breast cancer among women with BRCA gene.


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