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Radiology (INACTIVE)

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  • May 6 buzz: How to stop healthcare costs from going up; the benefit of Superman going global

     
    Most viewed and commented: Diagnosis as disease Are doctors overmedicating their patients, and subsequently raising healthcare costs? That's what H. Gilbert Welch contends. The practicing physician and professor of medicine at the Dartmouth Institute...
  • Rotary Club of Evanston helps bring improved medical care to needy in Guatemala

     
    The Rotary Club of Evanston was one of six local-area Rotary clubs and other organizations that recently worked together to provide a digital X-ray system …...
  • Cincinnati doctor named to lead Nemours’ Orlando hospital

     
    Nemours, which is building a children's hospital at Lake Nona's “medical city” complex, has appointed Dr. Lane F. Donnelly to the positions of Chief Medical Officer  and Physician-in-Chief at Nemours Children’s Hospit...
  • Second opinions are a must

    Second opinions are a must
    Second opinions are a must! At my annual mammogram, a small spot was found in my left breast. The breast surgeon performed a physical exam and ultrasound. The surgeon explained the spot was too small to do a needle aspiration, if done, it could split...
  • Navigating breast cancer care

    Navigating breast cancer care
    "Am I going to die?" "Will I lose my hair?" "Will I ever be really well again?" These are among the questions that people newly diagnosed with breast cancer typically ask. To answer them and to smooth the intense emotional experience and complex...
  • Beyond the mammogram

    Screening for breast cancer isn't like looking for a needle in a haystack. It's harder. It's like looking for needles in a big field of haystacks, where some of the haystacks have needles, while most don't, but you don't know which are which, so you...
  • Surgeons Urge Team Approach

    Surgeons Urge Team Approach
    Advocating the need for a medical team approach in the treatment and recovery from breast cancer, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), in partnership with the American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBS), urges breast cancer patients, and...
  • Prominent radiologist was 'more than great'

    Gerald Frank "Gerry" Scidmore, a former longtime chief of medical staff at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and prominent Newport Beach radiologist, has died. The 71-year-old died Friday at Hoag after a brief but intense fight against leukemia, his...
  • Afraid of mammograms?

    Afraid of mammograms?
    I ended Breast Cancer Awareness Month doing something I should have done in the beginning of the month – I had a mammogram. It actually was due Oct. 1, but somehow I manage to be a few weeks late every year. It's certainly not due to lack of...
  • A dual approach to aneurysms

    Twin X-ray machines are positioned above and beside the face of a sedated patient in the interventional radiology suite of Riverside Regional Medical Center. These machines help Dr. Frank Sanderson fill aneurysms with thin, flexible strands of platinum,...
  • Radiation risk real but misunderstood

    The nuclear disaster following the Japanese earthquake and tsunami has Americans worried about the risks of exposure to radiation. The Food and Drug Administration has begun screening imported seafood after a number of nations banned Japanese imports...