Here are the highlights from #ARRSProstateChat, a tweetchat discussion on how COVID-19 has affected breast imaging.
Here are the highlights from #ARRSBreastChat, a tweetchat discussion on how COVID-19 has affected breast imaging.
Rebecca M. Marsh and Michael Silosky discuss the role of patient shielding in light of new debates on the practice.
Thanks to radiographic fluorescence scanning and reflectance imaging spectroscopy, we know now that the lead ore in that white orb hanging hookless from the left lobe of Vermeer’s 355-year-old Girl with a Pearl Earring came from England.
Whether in print or online, these journals try to bring us legitimate validation of the newest developments in our field, simultaneously providing an archive of the history, organization, and expanding scope of our profession.
2019 ARRS Scholar Albert Hsiao details how he’s used his AI algorithm on x-rays from some of the first patients diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia.
Radiologic technologist—and InPractice cover artist—Lizzy Rainey’s frontline report.
We are physicians and health care workers, which means that we not only care for the human physic, we realize the irreducible entanglements that the body has with society, spirit, and soul.
Here’s what to know about imaging findings of pediatric COVID-19 and MIS-C for practicing radiologists.