How DBT is impacting BI-RADS assessments: 4 key takeaways

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How DBT is impacting BI-RADS assessments: 4 key takeaways May 17, 2016 | Michael Walter Over time, the addition of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) has been found to have a significant impact on a case’s Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) final assessment, according to a recent study published in Radiology. Madhavi Raghu, MD, Yale […]

Beware of Hidden Mammogram Lies

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“Mammography is adequate for women without dense breast tissue,” says Judy Dean, M.D., a leading radiologist who specializes in breast imaging. But for women with very dense breasts, she tells Health Radar: “There’s an 18-times higher risk of having a cancer missed by mammography.”

Pueblo Radiology Launches New Website!

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We are happy to announce the launch of our new and improved website! Over the past year we have gathered patient and staff feedback, and analyzed our previous site in order to provide former and future patients with an easier way to learn about our services online. Some features we have added include: appointment preps […]

Radiology Trends in 2015

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With the New Year upon us, many predict exciting advances for medical imaging. From improved and efficient health systems to advancing patient interest, 2015 may shape up to be our best year yet! Below, you can find a summary of what Diagnostic Imaging and Medical Imaging Talk predict for Radiology in 2015: Lung Cancer Low […]