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American College of Radiology white paper on radiation dose in medicine.
Incompetent and dilated ovarian veins: a common CT finding in asymptomatic parous women.
It is postulate that incompetent and dilated ovarian veins are often an incidental CT finding, with a low diagnostic value, in asymptomatic parous women, and this finding is unlikely to be associated with pelvic congestion syndrome.
The new recommendations on duty hours from the ACGME Task Force.
Proposed modifications in the current requirements for medical residency training programs, including in the limits on resident hours, are explained and input on the new requirements is invited.
Image Wisely: a campaign to increase awareness about adult radiation protection.
The Image Wisely campaign will provide an educational resource for optimizing radiation dose in adults by taking a pledge, by pursuing accreditation, and by participating in national dose registries.
What is the current role of CT urography and MR urography in the evaluation of the urinary tract?
Although both tests can be used to evaluate the urinary tract, several issues remain and include reaching a consensus on the optimal protocols and appropriate utilization in an era of cost containment and heightened concerns about radiation exposure.
Epitaph for the urogram.
Ultrasonography and computed tomography in severe urinary tract infection.
It is found that renal CT is a sensitive test for acute upper urinary tract infection, ultrasonography detects focal bacterial nephritis and abscesses but is insensitive to uncomplicated upper urinary tracts infection, and painless pyelonephritis may be more common in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Cystic adrenal lesions: CT features.
CT findings of a nonenhancing mass with or without wall calcification allow differentiation of adrenal cyst from adenoma.