A new non invasive technique to pick up breast cancer has been unveiled by UK scientists. Breast cancer is the most diagnosed form cancer in the UK. Dense breast tissue, particularly common in young women, is difficult to image using existing techniques. Now scientists at the National Physical Laboratory have developed a new technique , using ultrasound. Risa Bagwandin spoke to senior research scientist, Daniel Sarno... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Dr. Refky Nicola discusses Y-90 radioembolization for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer with Dr. Daniel Brown. Survival and Toxicities after 90Y Transarterial Radioembolization of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer in the RESIN Registry. Emmons et al. Radiology 2022; 305:228–236.
Guest host Dr. Refky Nicola summarizes a recent review article from RadioGraphics. Find out how to stand out from the crowd and create your own outstanding exhibit. Creating an Award-winning RSNA Education Exhibit. Albasha and Burkett et al. RadioGraphics 2022; 42:E106-E108.
A conversation with Kelvin Burton, Martha Henderson, and Graeme McKay from Mercy Ships, an international charity that operates the largest non-governmental ships in the world, providing aid including community health projects. The team discusses the informatics challenges that arise in such a unique environment. Kelvin Burton joined the IS team at Mercy Ships in East Texas in October 1990. He filled many roles in IS over the years and is currently a Business Analyst in the Organizational Project Management Office. For the last 3 years he has been focused on projects intended to improve the hospital efficiency on Mercy Ships, including the Radiology PACS replacement project. Martha first volunteered in 2012 with Mercy Ships in Togo, West Africa. Over the next 10 years she split her time working with the NHS as CT Radiographer and leading the Radiology team onboard the MV Africa Mercy. More recently her focus has been setting up the Radiology department on The Global Mercy while completing her Masters in Applied Global Health. Having previously worked with innovative start-up companies including MedCurrent, Radimetrics as well as industry leaders Bayer Healthcare and JP Morgan Chase, Graeme McKay is combining his experience with a passion for healthcare and technology in his role as CTO and co-founder of Interlinx. Connect with us! You can find our podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or anywhere else you subscribe to podcasts. Please help us out by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. You can find us on Twitter: @SIIM_Tweets, and individually at @mohannadhussain, @jaynagels, @AliTejaniMD, @arjunsharmarad Visit us! Special Thanks to @RandalSilvey of PodEdit for editing and post-processing support.
Health authorities have been told poor reporting of radiology scans throughout the lower half of the North Island is endangering people's lives. A new internal report to Health NZ lists four frequent failures it says could lead to 'patient death or a life-changing delay to treatment'. In it, radiologists describe how they are often not seeing all the body parts that have been scanned - so could miss a patient's cancer. They say the missing information, delays and other failings have persisted for years in the central region of Wellington, Hawke's Bay and Manawatu. They say these appear not have caused a serious incident yet, but Te Whatu Ora must address them. Phil Pennington has the secret report and spoke to Corin Dann.
Dr. Shah Islam MBBS BSC (Hons) FRCR interviews Drs. Yantian Zhang, PhD and Robert Nordstrom, PhD about their article recently published in the Radiology: Imaging Cancer journal. Celebrating Contributions of Imaging Technology to Fight against Cancer at the 50th NCA Anniversary. Zhang and Nordstrom. Radiology: Imaging Cancer 2022; 4(5):e220085. Drs. Zhang and Nordstrom both serve in leadership roles at the National Cancer Institute. They have jointly authored a very insightful and uplifting editorial, providing an outlook towards to what's on the horizon for the next 50 years of Cancer Imaging Research and Clinical Translation.
In this podcast, Ross Frederick discusses a paper that helps us decipher the postoperative spine - an increasingly relevant topic given the ubiquity of spine surgery. Dr. Gibbs discusses artifact reduction techniques for these studies, as well as the exciting potential of zero echo time MRI. Postoperative Spinal CT: What the Radiologist Needs to Know. Ghodasara et al. RadioGraphics 2019; 39:1840–1861. Zero Echo Time Musculoskeletal MRI: Technique, Optimization, Applications, and Pitfalls. Aydıngöz et al. RadioGraphics 2022; 42:1398–1414.
"92% of healthcare workers experienced workplace violence in April 2022" (Security Magazine) In this episode, Amie & Sara discuss the current rise of violence towards healthcare workers. In an article posted by the Amercican Medical Association, it was noted that "...violence against healthcare employees has markedly increased since the onset of the pandemic. The American Hospital Association (AHA) reports that healthcare workers suffer more workplace injuries because of violence than any other profession". It is not just verbal but physical violence as well. Our guest this week, Dr. Resa Lewiss, discusses the pervasiveness of violence she has seen and experinced in her own profession. Dr. Resa E. Lewiss MD is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia PA. She directs the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Section. She publishes and speaks on equity, health design, point-of-ultrasound, medical education, global health, and navigating the workplace, including leadership and mentorship. Resa has led point-of-care ultrasound education courses regionally, nationally, and internationally. After graduating Brown University with a degree in Sociology and Racial Ethnic Studies, Resa attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She spent one year at the NIH in Bethesda, MD, as a Howard Hughes Research Scholar. Resa is a graduate and former chief resident of the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency program in Boston, MA. She graduated in the first emergency ultrasound fellowship class at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, NY. Resa was the Fellowship Director and Chief of the Emergency Ultrasound Section there from 2003-2014. From 2014 – 2017, she led the Point of Care Ultrasound program at the University of Colorado. Resa publishes, speaks, and is committed to creating a safe, equitable, and dignified work environments in healthcare. She is the creator and host of the Visible Voices podcast coving topics of Healthcare, Equity, and Current Trends. Her work has been published in Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Slate among others. You can learn more at resaelewiss.com and follow her on twitter @ResaELewiss https://www.thevisiblevoicespodcast.com/ https://www.aamc.org/news-insights/threats-against-health-care-workers-are-rising-heres-how-hospitals-are-protecting-their-staffs https://www.forbes.com/sites/coronavirusfrontlines/2022/09/01/violence-against-healthcare-workers-is-at-an-all-time-high-heres-how-workplaces-can-keep-them-safe/?sh=75ff713e372b https://www.reuters.com/legal/litigation/navigating-hazard-rising-violence-health-care-facilities-2022-05-17/ https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/97590-92-of-healthcare-workers-experienced-workplace-violence-in-april-2022 https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/98244-june-2022-saw-5-violent-attacks-in-us-hospitals
The pursuit of precision medicine using technology has given rise to the idea of creating patients' digital twins. The successful development of digital twins of individual organs has set the stage for its development. However, the quantity and quality of data required to create a functional patient twin is an obstacle that is yet to be conquered, as are legislative and regulatory challenges.Today, Peter Schardt, Siemens Healthineers' Chief Technology Officer is joined by four guests - Dr. Ulrike Attenberger, Professor and Chair of the Department of Radiology at the University Hospital in Bonn, Germany. Tobias Heimann, Head of Artificial Intelligence at Siemens Healthineers Germany. Siobhan Graham, Head of Radiotherapy at Barking, Havering, and Redbridge University Hospitals in Essex, UK, and Nikki Akar, Lead Chemotherapy Nurse at the same hospital.Stay tuned to find out what a patient twin is, how it can be created and the benefits it could offer patients and medical practitioners. You'll learn more about the cloud-based software as a service, Noona, which can be seen as a first step towards a disease-focused version of the digital twin, and how it is used by cancer patients as their 24/7 companion on their journey.What You'll Learn in This Episode:How a digital twin of the liver is used in medical research (03:49)How digital twinning can help advance precision medicine (04:45)The requirements for building a patient's twin (07:52)How Noona is used at Barking, Havering, and Redbridge University Hospitals in Essex, UK (10:44)The impact that Noona is having on the provider-patient relationship (13:56)What would need to be done to collect enough data to create patient twins (19:39)Connect with Dr. Ulrike Attenberger:LinkedInConnect with Tobias Heimann:LinkedInConnect with Siobhan Graham:LinkedInNoona AppConnect with Nikki Akar:TwitterConnect with Peter Schardt:LinkedIn Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Hari Trivedi discusses a range of issues on the economics of improving and importing AI technology along with his envisioning the near future of AI business models in radiology. See his article in the Journal of the American College of Radiology at https://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(22)00113-2/fulltext
Dr. Linda Chu discusses AI tool for assessment of indeterminate pulmonary nodule with Dr. Anil Vachani. "Artificial Intelligence Tool for Assessment of Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules Detected with CT" Artificial Intelligence Tool for Assessment of Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules Detected with CT. Kim et al. Radiology 2022; 304:683–691.
In deze podcast kunt u luisteren naar een gesprek tussen nucleair geneeskundige prof. dr. Lioe-Fee de Geus-Oei en interventie-radioloog dr. Mark Burgmans, beiden uit het Leidsch Universitair Medisch Centrum, waarin zij praten over de plaats van transarteriële radio-embolisatie in de behandeling van hepatocellulair carcinoom. Tijdens dit gesprek nemen zij door wat de behandelopties zijn bij very early en early stage HCC, intermediate stage HCC en advanced stage HCC.Klik hier voor de podcast met prof. dr. Marnix Lam over de procedurele aspecten van geïndividualiseerde radio-embolisatie. Referenties BCLC-richtijn: Reig M, et al. J Hepatol 2022;76:681-93. Salem R, et al. Hepatology 2021;74:2342-52. Kim E, et al. Lancet Gastroenterol Hepatol 2022;7:843-50. Dhondt E, et al. Radiology 2022;303:699-710. Chow PK, et al. J Clin Oncol 2018;36:1913-21. Vilgrain V, et al. Lancet Oncol 2017;18:1624-36.
Episode 120: PROTECT YA NECK! OR BE JUST A Technician | Technician VS. Technologist | The Success Of Radiology Starts With You! The Jockeys discuss the importance of certifications, reasons why we are not considered "Professionals", differences between technician vs. Technologist, & how to move the Radiology profession forward. Let the Jockeys know what you think in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode.Buy Us A Drink!
Want to stay inspired with content tailored specifically to IMG's looking to create their medical success story? Sign up for the IMG Roadmap Newsletter so you never miss a beat! ***** Is applying to various specialties despite your dream of landing a residency in a particular field always the best idea? Radiology resident Dr. Maham Siddique is here today to share her story of determination and not taking no for an answer! Here are some of the highlights of her journey: Dr. Maham was born and raised in Pakistan, where she attended the Aga Khan University and discovered her love for Radiology before her graduation in 2016. While in medical school, she was given the option to pursue clinical rotations in the US. By completing her electives in the US, she was able to see how Radiology was conducted there, and realized the need for research items when applying into residency in this field. As such, she moved to NYC 4 years ago on a J1 research visa, where she engaged in lung and breast cancer research in Radiology for 3 years. She then applied to Radiology residency in 2020 after attaining her green card, thereby classifying her as a US IMG. How was Dr. Maham able to find research opportunities? She was deliberate and transparent with her research program coordinators about wanting to get into Radiology residency. She was determined, focused on her goals and would not settle for any other field. She built connections and strengthened her network through demonstrable seriousness about the field. Eventually she was able to land a Radiology residency position at her top ranked institution in NYC. These are her tips for applying into Radiology residency: Ask yourself whether you like the field enough to practice it for the rest of your life. Look at the official statistics released by organizations such as the NRMP and ensure that your step scores (above 245 for Radiology), number and quality of LORs, and research items correspond with those of the successful candidates in the years prior. Ensure that you analyze the structure of the Radiology residency: Take into account that it is advanced, meaning that it starts at the PGY2 level, and the candidate is expected to find their own intern year. Dr. Maham herself completed her intern year in Internal Medicine, applied with 3 LORs. She then applied into Radiology with 4 Radiology LORs and 1 Internal Medicine LOR. Your personal statement is the one document that is 100% in your control - make it count! How can we maneuver the challenges we face as IMGs? Your step score is just one important part of the application. There are other parts that you can work on to compensate for it. Commit fully to the dream and put in the necessary work, time and effort investments to achieve it. Don't listen to everybody's opinion–take the time to form your own ideas. You can reach out to Dr. Maham via email firstname.lastname@example.org and her Instagram @maham_s_rana. You can also listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts & Spotify. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ninalum/support
nina lum Want to stay inspired with content tailored specifically to IMG’s looking to create their medical success story? Sign up for the IMG Roadmap Newsletter so you never miss a beat! ***** Is applying to various specialties despite your dream of landing a residency in a particular field always the best idea? Radiology resident Dr. Maham Siddique is here today to share her story of determination and not taking no for an answer! Here are some of the highlights of her journey: Dr. Maham was born and raised in Pakistan, where she attended the Aga Khan University and discovered her love for Radiology before her graduation in 2016. While in medical school, she was given the option to pursue clinical rotations in the US. By completing her electives in the US, she was able to see how Radiology was conducted there, and realized the need for research items when applying into residency in this field. As such, she moved to NYC 4 years ago on a J1 research visa, where she engaged in lung and breast cancer research in Radiology for 3 years. She then applied to Radiology residency in 2020 after attaining her green card, thereby classifying her as a US IMG. How was Dr. Maham able to find research opportunities? She was deliberate and transparent with her research program coordinators about wanting to get into Radiology residency. She was determined, focused on her goals and would not settle for any other field. She built connections and strengthened her network through demonstrable seriousness about the field. Eventually she was able to land a Radiology residency position at her top ranked institution in NYC. These are her tips for applying into Radiology residency: Ask yourself whether you like the field enough to practice it for the rest of your life. Look at the official statistics released by organizations such as the NRMP and ensure that your step scores (above 245 for Radiology), number and quality of LORs, and research items correspond with those of the successful candidates in the years prior. Ensure that you analyze the structure of the Radiology residency: Take into account that it is advanced, meaning that it starts at the PGY2 level, and the candidate is expected to find their own intern year. Dr. Maham herself completed her intern year in Internal Medicine, applied with 3 LORs. She then applied into Radiology with 4 Radiology LORs and 1 Internal Medicine LOR. Your personal statement is the one document that is 100% in your control - make it count! How can we maneuver the challenges we face as IMGs? Your step score is just one important part of the application. There are other parts that you can work on to compensate for it. Commit fully to the dream and put in the necessary work, time and effort investments to achieve it. Don’t listen to everybody’s opinion–take the time to form your own ideas. You can reach out to Dr. Maham via email email@example.com and her Instagram @maham_s_rana. You can also listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts & Spotify. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ninalum/support https://www.listennotes.com/e/fe4bdd06d41c4e03b04113815a464ee9/
Horrific acid reflux is keeping Natasha up at night. None of the remedies recommended by her doctors make a difference, except for handy dandy marijuana. Radiology detects spots on her liver and thyroid and calls her in for an emergency MRI. The oncologist explains that if the liver lesions are looked at and she actually has stage four, her chemo treatment is completely wrong. When her doctors recommend 30 minute daily walks, Natasha adopts Pippa, who is already a light in her life as a companion blissfully unaware of her cancer. She feels as if she has an unfair advantage by getting the oncologist she wanted, changing her treatments, and wiggling out of a clinical trial she was pushed into. Links Support the Breast Cancer Stories podcast https://www.breastcancerstoriespodcast.com/donate Subscribe to our newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/hX12YD About Breast Cancer Stories Breast Cancer Stories follows Natasha Curry, a palliative care nurse practitioner at San Francisco General Hospital, through her experience of going from being a nurse to a patient after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Natasha was in Malawi on a Doctors Without Borders mission in 2021 when her husband of 25 years announced in a text message that he was leaving. She returned home, fell into bed for a few weeks, and eventually pulled herself together and went back to work. A few months later when she discovered an almond-sized lump in her armpit, she did everything she tells her patients not to do and dismissed it, or wrote it off as a “fat lump." Months went by before Natasha finally got a mammogram, but radiology saw nothing in either breast. It was the armpit lump that caught their attention. Next step was an ultrasound, where the lump was clearly visible. One painful biopsy later, Natasha found out she had cancer; in one life-changing moment, the nurse became the patient. This podcast is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Host and Executive Producer: Eva Sheie Co-Host: Kristen Vengler Editor and Audio Engineer: Daniel Croeser Theme Music: Them Highs and Lows, Bird of Figment (https://music.apple.com/us/artist/bird-of-figment/1434663902) Production Assistant: Mary Ellen Clarkson Cover Art Designer: Shawn Hiatt Breast Cancer Stories is a production of The Axis. (http://www.theaxis.io/) PROUDLY MADE IN AUSTIN, TEXAS
Dr. McWilliams is an alumnus of Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology where he was chief resident, a current attending radiologist in private practice at Vision Radiology, and a dedicated educator hailing from Ireland. He is a diagnostic radiologist with fellowships in both cardiothoracic imaging and emergency radiology. He hopes to continue the tradition of excellent teaching he experienced from his mentors during residency. Listen as Dr. McWilliams shares his thoughts on the promise of emergency radiology and options for students to explore radiology. The American Society of Emergency Radiology has an annual meeting. Dr. McWilliams tutors/coaches with Elite Medical Prep.
Dr. Manisha Bahl summarizes major take home points from "Mammographic Breast Density, Benign Breast Disease, and Subsequent Breast Cancer Risk in 3.9 Million Korean Women" by Dr. Soyeoun Kim and colleagues. Mammographic Breast Density, Benign Breast Disease, and Subsequent Breast Cancer Risk in 3.9 Million Korean Women. Kim et al. Radiology 2022; 304:534–541. Impact of 18F-DCFPyl PET on Staging of Prostate Cancer. Dr. Amy Sharkey's Radiology in Training article summary "Impact of 18F-DCFPyl PET on Staging and Treatment of Unfavorable Intermediate or High-Risk Prostate Cancer" by Dr. Adriano Basso Dias and colleagues. Impact of 18F-DCFPyL PET on Staging and Treatment of Unfavorable Intermediate or High-Risk Prostate Cancer. Basso Dias et al. Radiology 2022; 304:600–608.
In this episode Maxwell Cooper, M.D. talks with Medical Ethicist and Emory University Professor John Banja, Ph.D. about the ethics of AI and medical errors, specifically what will happen when AI can outperform radiologists? Professor Banja has spent much of his career looking at the ethics involved in medical errors and recently has turned his focus to AI and radiology. He hosts the AI, Radiology and Ethics Podcast where he interviews leading radiologists and AI experts on ethical issues we will face with AI in the near future. The discussion during this episode looks at a number of medical error scenarios involving a future AI model that could perform at the same level as a radiologist. Specifically, Dr. Cooper and Professor Banja examine who would be liable in these scenarios, how these errors could be mitigated, and how these errors could be prevented. *Views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals, not their respective institutions John Banja, Ph.D. https://ethics.emory.edu/who-we-are/our-people/faculty/core/banja-john.html https://twitter.com/john_banja AI, Radiology and Ethics Podcast: https://anchor.fm/airadiologyethics The DaVinci Hour Podcast Website: https://www.dviacademy.com/the-davinci-hour DaVinci Academy Website: https://www.dviacademy.com/ 20% off Discount Code (TDH20) for DaVinci Academy's online video courses for Anatomy, Histology, and Biochemistry available at https://www.dviacademy.com/store YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DaVinciAcademyMed/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/davinci-academy---dviacademy.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davinci_academy1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DviAcademy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dviacademy
Change is inevitable. So what will happen to those things that are stuck in the ways of old, even as towers are built around it? As industries all around us turn digital, we can only expect the best from the necessities too - schools, banks, and…healthcare. Meet Dr Sitt Paing Sitt's Role as a Technology Leader at Pun Hlaing Hospitals Dr Sitt Paing is the Interim Chief Technology Officer at Pun Hlaing Hospitals. First established in 2005, it is the only hospital in Myanmar to be awarded the American Joint Commission International Accreditation for quality and patient safety. Pun Hlaing Hospital's vision is to spearhead international quality healthcare for the nation. They intend to spread telehealth, home care, free mobile clinics, and dedicated beds for those who cannot afford family and specialist care. Sitt's Other Work in Healthcare Sitt worked as a clinical practitioner for 4 years and worked in multiple different managerial positions for another 4 years. He started his career with PHSH as a Resident Medical Officer, transitioning to a Radiology Administrator and Business Analyst, to an Operations Manager, to a Project Lead, to General Manager of ICT and Innovation, to his current career - all within 10 years. Sitt's passion is in uplifting and leapfrogging the healthcare status of the Myanmarese people through sustainable management and technology. He implemented a fully digitalized Radiology system at PHSH in 2015 to make the hospital the first and only 100% filmless hospital in Myanmar. He also started to fully digitalize the electronic medical record system at three separate facilities of the PHSH group in the year 2018. Sitt's objective is to enable the organisation to leverage opportunity in the coming era of Healthcare 4.0. His next mission is to make the PHSH Group a 100% paperless data-driven organisation. Healthcare, Data Analytics, and Digitalisation In this exclusive analytics podcast episode, Sitt shares: His time as a clinical practitioner One thing he's taken to heart from being at the frontline Transitioning from a clinical practitioner to a data analytics professional His current role as the Interim Chief Technology Officer at Pun Hlaing Hospitals Creating a foundation to digitalise healthcare A key lesson to learn from fully digitalising healthcare How data analytics can improve one's healthcare at a hospital and individual wellness Concerns regarding health data privacy Health data privacy between hospitals and insurers The kind of data that is important to track for wellness purposes How data analytics can help individuals become more aware of their health and make better choices by themselves How data technologies help leapfrog a country's healthcare system Translating these points into other parts of the world If you are a clinical practitioner looking to transition into a data analytics role or a data analytics professional looking to digitalise a healthcare system, this is the episode you do not want to miss. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/analyticsshow/message
In honor for the RSNA C-Spine Kaggle competition, here is a throwback episode when host Paul Ye interviewed Ian Pan, MD the world's first physician & Kaggle Grandmaster. RSNA has teamed with the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) and the American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR) to conduct an AI challenge competition exploring whether artificial intelligence can be used to aid in the detection and localization of cervical spine fractures. In this challenge competition, competitors will try to develop machine learning models that match the radiologists' performance in detecting and localizing fractures to the seven vertebrae that comprise the cervical spine. Winners will be recognized at an event during the RSNA 2022 annual meeting. Check out the Challenge here: https://www.kaggle.com/competitions/rsna-2022-cervical-spine-fracture-detection
In this short yet insightful episode, Dr. David Wicklund of Minneapolis Radiology sits with Pete Waggoner to talk about radiology, specifically how it works and what goes on behind the scenes of the newly formed Hudson Imaging. They discuss how radiologists keep tabs on the rapidly changing technology and how this helps them in diagnosing and treating more patients quickly. Dr. Wicklund also shares his own experience in radiology and how he got interested in the field. Plus, he talks about how their team, along with the Hudson Physicians, have started working together with the goal of providing better access to care in the community through Hudson Imaging. Takeaways: With the power of technology and experienced healthcare providers, radiology is able to help diagnose and treat patients quickly and effectively. Radiologists need to be experienced and up-to-date with the latest technology in order to provide accurate diagnoses. In this episode: [1:41] Dr. Wicklund shares his path toward radiology and the things that made him interested in the field. He also tells a bit about his background as a healthcare provider and his father's expertise which he was exposed to from a young age. [3:26] Pete asks Dr. Wicklund how their team stays updated with the latest technology that they use in the field. Dr. Wicklund provides an overview of what they do to further improve the quality of their services and how their work differs from other medical imaging providers. [8:37] Pete and Dr. Wicklund talk about how technology can help in diagnosing and treating patients more quickly. Dr. Wicklund also shares the story behind Hudson Imaging and how they started working with the Hudson Physicians to possibly provide better access to care in the community. [11:33] Dr. Wicklund talks about how their team will fulfill their commitment to providing personalized care to the new business that's about to open. He shares about the efforts and initiatives they have in place to ensure that each patient receives the best possible care. [14:05] Dr. Wicklund looks back on his career thus far and shares how his over 17 years of experience have been. He also leaves a message for the listeners about Hudson imaging and what they can look forward to in the near future. Resources: Hudson Physicians Dr. David Wicklund Read Show Transcript Quotes: "...Your ability to actually get scanned and diagnosed more quickly (hopefully) will get you on the road to improvement more quickly." -Dr. David Wicklund "The patients can feel very comfortable and that they're in good hands with us." -Dr. David Wicklund on what people can look forward to from their team
The 2013 ARUBA trial concluded that medical management alone is superior to medical management with interventional therapy for patients with unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations. A study was conducted to analyze AVM treatment and epidemiologic response to the ARUBA trial. Following ARUBA, there has been a stark decrease in interventions for uAVMs. Nationwide rAVM discharge incidence is inversely correlated with uAVM intervention rate. Less uAVM interventions may lead to a substantial increase in AVM rupture incidence. In this podcast, JNIS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Felipe C. Albuquerque speaks with Dr. Evan Luther(1) and Dr. Robert Starke(2) about their paper "Unruptured arteriovenous malformation intervention rate is inversely correlated with ruptured AVM discharge incidence" - https://jnis.bmj.com/content/12/suppl_1/a163. Please subscribe to the JNIS Podcast via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify, to get the latest episodes. Also, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the JNIS Podcast iTunes page: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/jnis-podcast/id942473767 Thank you for listening! This episode was produced by Leticia Amorim and edited by Brian O'Toole. (1) Neurological Surgery, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA (2) Department of Neurosurgery & Radiology, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA
Join Ross Frederick and Wende Gibbs for discussion of two topics important for radiologists in all settings: diagnosis of cerebral venous thrombosis and imaging safety for pregnant patients. Imaging Cancer in Pregnancy. Jha et al. RadioGraphics 2022; 42:0000–0000. Radiologic Clues to Cerebral Venous Thrombosis. Canedo-Antelo et al. RadioGraphics 2019; 39:1611–1628.
Dr. Francis Deng discusses key highlights of the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Classification with Dr. Derek Johnson. "A Radiologist's Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part 1 - Key Concepts and the Spectrum of Diffuse Glioma" A Radiologist's Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part I—Key Concepts and the Spectrum of Diffuse Gliomas. Johnson et al. Radiology 2022; 304:494–508.
New Zealanders are paying over the odds for radiology scans compared to Australia, the UK and some other countries. An ACC review released for the first time to RNZ shows it is paying 40 percent more than across the Tasman, as demand for scans rockets up ACC has now frozen the amount it pays to private radiology companies It's also told RNZ it is investigating ways it might change its funding model. Phi Pennington is looking into this as part of a series about radiology and what it shows about the private sector pressures ramping up on public hospitals and agencies.
Some mission experts estimate that up to 90% of young people who consider missions cease to pursue it because of various fears and obstacles, including the fear of fundraising. Some workers view fundraising as a rite of passage or as an obstacle to overcome. Others understand God’s purposes to include each follower of Jesus in His worldwide kingdom work through going, serving, sending, praying, encouraging, and giving.
Vol 217, Issue 5: 5 September 2022. Dr Wendie Berg is Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Ms JoAnn Pushkin is a breast cancer survivor and advocate for breast density notification. Together they founded DenseBreast-info.org, providing resource and educational material for patients and doctors about the importance of breast density for breast cancer risk. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell.
Joining us today on the Faculty Factory Podcast is first-time guest, Richard Edden, PhD. Dr. Edden is Professor of Radiology in the Department of Radiology and Radiological Science at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Within his department, he also holds the position of Director of Post-Doctoral Fellows. “I do a lot of thinking about how post-doctoral fellows develop themselves while progressing towards potential faculty appointments,” he said. This is a great discussion for our listeners who many not be natural writers. As Dr. Edden describes in the early moments of this podcast, writing does not come natural to him. In fact, his early aversion to writing is actually what drew him into the sciences in the first place! It's a very interesting journey that we dive into in-depth on today's show. For those interested in “talking shop” when it comes to scholarly writing and productivity, you are in for a treat with today's podcast. “You can't get far without being able to communicate your material well and increasingly efficiently, as well,” he said. Today's episode includes many helpful nuggets for all faculty, including the following: Writing tips for folks that are not “naturals.” Advice on co-editing manuscripts with peers. Guidance for building stronger relationships with our mentors. Advice on receiving and handling criticism in a productive way. Learn more: https://facultyfactory.org/
Guest: Salomine Theron The new TygerValley Mammography Centre is the first stand-alone centre of its kind in this region, and is dedicated to early detection of breast cancer and other female health challenges. It opened its doors about 2 weeks ago – it's my pleasure to have with us Dr Salomine Theron who is the branch manager. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Dr. Reid Portnoy joins us. A PGY2 in Radiology, Dr. Portnoy breaks down the application process and why location matters. Also, a common practitioner of meditation and self discipline, Dr. Portnoy shares his tips on how to maintain a happy life and prevent burnout. Picmonic boosts confidence and grades. Our IRB study proved that with the Picmonic learning system students increase retention and test scores.Years ago, psychologists and education researchers found mnemonics to be an effective tool in increasing retention and memory recall. Today, lots of different strategies for learning and memorization using mnemonics exist including keyword, phrase, music and image mnemonics.Use code OFFWHITECOAT for 20% off your purchase. Dedicated technology for medical schools, residency and health programs looking to optimize performance on in-service and licensure exams. Students get access to the content, questions, explanations, and all benefits of the SmartBank to help enhance their performances on high-stakes exams. TrueLearn provides national average comparisons, including score, percentile, and category weaknesses according to the exam blueprint. Use code OFFWHITECOAT for $25 off your purchase.
The Sonography Lounge Hosts Lori and Trisha dive get the low-down on new technology updates with Emily Smith and Justin Reynolds of CIVCO Medical Solutions. They discuss the Envision Gel-Free Ultrasound Transducer Covers, the technology behind them and clinical applications. Emily has been a clinical marketing specialist at CIVCO for almost 5 years. Emily was board certified as a diagnostic medical sonographer 28 years ago in ABD, OB, RVT and PS and has spent most of her career in clinical areas and education. Emily has 2 daughters and enjoys anything outdoors. Justin has been with CIVCO for over 5 years and runs the Infection Control product line, which is focused on providing a full suite of viral barrier solutions for the many types and applications of ultrasound. Justin is married with 2 children and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, tinkering in the workshop and reading. CIVCO's goal is to enable clinicians to provide safer outcomes by developing patient-focused products, delivering outstanding service and superior quality. For more than 35 years, CIVCO Medical Solutions has been committed to making image-guided procedures safer through the design, manufacturing, and marketing of medical products. Our products are trusted by physicians and clinicians in radiology, regional anesthesia, vascular access, men's and women's health, cardiology, infection control, sterile processing, and surgery, primarily focusing on the use of ultrasound. Founded in 1981 on the principles of innovation and exceptional service, CIVCO is a global organization with customers in 85 countries and a partner to the top ultrasound manufacturers around the world. Growth is a part of our history and a key driver to this day. Our first acquisition was of ATL Accessories prostate treatment equipment in 1999, and most recently in 2016 of PCI Medical, a leader in ultrasound probe and endoscopy high-level disinfection. Over 100 associates work for CIVCO between our corporate headquarters in Coralville, Iowa, and our main production facility in Kalona, Iowa. CIVCO is a subsidiary of Roper Technologies. CIVCO is certified as part of ISO 13485 Quality Management System. To ensure continued excellence, a certified organization audits our quality system annually. Registrations, certifications, and assessments are performed by the SGS United Kingdom Ltd. Systems & Services Certification. CIVCO Medical Solutions: https://www.civco.com CME and Cross-training resources: Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute (Training materials and programs): www.gcus.com Societies and Certification Agencies: International Accreditation Commission: https://intersocietal.org/ Society of Vascular Ultrasound: https://www.svu.org/ Society of Vascular Surgery: https://vascular.org/ American College of Radiology: https://www.acr.org/ Sonographer / Physician: American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS): www.ardms.org Physicians: Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement (APCA): www.APCA.org Point of Care Healthcare Providers: Point of Care Certification Academy (POCUS): www.pocus.org Sonographer / Physician: Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI): www.cci-online.org American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: https://www.aium.org/ Want to become a Sonographer? Find an accredited long term Ultrasound Program: https://www.caahep.org/Students/Find-a-Program.aspx
Dr. Linda Chu discusses COVID vaccine-associated myocarditis with Dr. Kate Hanneman. "Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine-associated Myocarditis". Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine–associated Myocarditis. Fronza et al. Radiology 2022; 304:553–562. Dr. Nikita Consul's Radiology In Training article summary "Choroid Plexus Volume and Permeability at Brain MRI within the Alzheimer Disease Clinical Spectrum". Choroid Plexus Volume and Permeability at Brain MRI within the Alzheimer Disease Clinical Spectrum. Choi et al. Radiology 2022; 304:635–645.
I had the pleasure and privilege of talking with Dr. Potchen in the summer of 2007 in his beautiful Radiology Healing Gardens. He was an early and enthusiastic supporter of the MSU/WJR partnership. This is an encore presentation of that conversation. “My job as I see it is the development of human capital,” he says. “I'm trying to enhance other people's opportunity to lead a useful life. If you add value to others, revenue will flow. “Management is the art and science of getting the job done, but leadership is the art and science of getting the job done with and through people. Everybody around us can teach us something.” In our conversation, he talks about the origin and mission of the Department of Radiology and technology's impact on the practice of medicine. And he says the key issues in healthcare are “cost and accessibility.” He describes the evolution of medical education and his role as the faculty's representative to the Board and administration. And he shares his thoughts on the issues in higher education that concern him. “The biggest thing about higher education that is at issue today is the failure of society to realize the tremendous need for ultimately having economic development derive from the advantage of having better human capital. What universities do is improve the value of people to society. And we have been remiss in keeping it funded well.” Dr. Potchen shares some of his “Potchen-isms” like “The world is full of unmet friends” and “Knowledge is something you can give away and still keep.” Rest in peace, Dr. Potchen! MSU Today airs Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 5 a.m. on WKAR News/Talk and Sundays at 8 p.m. on 760 WJR. Find “MSU Today with Russ White” on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your shows.
Vascular malformations in the face are lesions with potential psychosocial and functional consequences to the patient. Jesse Jones, MD—an interventional neuroradiologist—and Anthony Morlandt, MD, DDS, FACS—an oral and maxillofacial surgeon—discuss their interdisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating these complex lesions. They highlight the importance of accounting for and controlling blood flow in a vascular malformation during surgery to preserve facial function and appearance.
New 2022 - Non Invasive Cancer Screening - Robert L. Bard, MD, PC, DABR, FASLMS Dr Robert L. Bard, MD • http://www.bardcancercenter.com• Book – The Prostate Cancer Revolution #RobertBard#ProstateCancer #MedicalOptions Dr Robert L. Bard, MD,is an author of; The Prostate Cancer Revolution: Beating Prostate Cancer Without Surgery and an internationally known and recognized leader in the field of 21st Century 3-D ULTRASONOGRAPHIC VOLUMETRIC DOPPLER IMAGING. In the Book The Prostate Cancer Revolution there is a new world of medical options for the 200,000+ men diagnosed annually with prostate cancer. Backed by compelling data about new ultrasound and MRI imaging technologies, Dr. Bard offers a way to overcome what men fear most dreaded random rectal biopsies using 10-14 needles with often inaccurate findings, being rushed into a whole-gland treatment (surgery, radiation), not being told the truth about side effect risks, missed time from work during treatment and recovery, leaking urine, having to wear pads or diapers, not being able to perform sexually. The Prostate Cancer Revolution explains how imaging breakthroughs provide peace of mind, tumors and their blood supply are precisely identified, if a biopsy is necessary, needle samples are taken only from the known tumor(s) for highly accurate findings, advanced imaging is used to plan and deliver minimally invasive, painless outpatient targeted treatments that destroy tumors without urinary or sexual side effects. The Prostate Cancer Revolution explains how imaging avoids unnecessary biopsies and “overkill” treatments, enables patients to monitor prostate health, and empowers them to create a cancer-free lifestyle. Dr. Bard shares his personal experience to inspire independent thinking. The Prostate Cancer Revolution is a revolutionary path for prostate cancer patients and their partners to release fear and embrace life to the max. Dr. Bard specializes in advanced 3-D sonography to detect cancers in numerous organs including the breast, prostate, skin, thyroid, melanoma and other areas. Dr. Bard's images are used to accurately guide biopsies, target therapy and provide focused follow-up after treatment.Dr. Bard's medical career began as a diagnostic radiologist and evolved into the practice of non-invasive 3D imaging with ultrasound, MRI and laser technologies. He has served in the military, been the head Radiologist at several leading hospitals, and published a multitude of textbooks and scientific papers. He presents articles worldwide, teaches at International Conferences and is on the Editorial Review Board of National and International Medical Journals. Holding medical licenses in several states, he holds Board certification from the American Board of Radiology (1974) and Fellowship in the American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery (2014)Dr. Bard is currently in consulting practice in New York. He appears frequently on regional television, national radio and is a consultant to major healthcare organizations. He is committed to improving non-invasive cancer testing and developing minimally invasive image guided technologies to prevent cancer spread through his foundation, The Biofoundation for Angiogenesis Research and Development. In his role as director of BARD CANCER DIAGNOSTICS, he lectures at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, NYU Medical Center and leading international hospitals in England, France, Spain and the Netherlands. He has written two textbooks on prostate cancer imaging (Springer, 2009 and 2013) and is Editor of Image Guided Dermatologic Treatment (Springer, in press)To Contact Dr Robert L. 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Dr. Jennifer Kemp changed the way she practiced medicine as a radiologist after her husband's cancer diagnosis. Listen as she talks about the lived experience of a family member going through treatment and the anxiety of waiting on radiology reports. This perspective inspired a journey to redefine the relationship between patients and their radiologists; both through direct communication and technology.
This week, Jonathan is joined by Fred T. Lee Jr., Professor of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Urology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA. The pair discuss Lee's career path into the field of radiology, while detailing aspects of his father, the reputed radiologist Fred Lee's, career. Lee emphasises the importance of different types of treatment in cancer due to the disease's resilience and discusses revolutionary treatment techniques, including tumour ablation, histotripsy, and how he believes robots will play a role in future treatments.
Episode 118:WHAT'S IN THE RAD BAG?! | Gucci Gucci, Louis Louis, Fendi Fendi, JanSport??? The Jockeys Discuss Items In Their Work Bag. What are the essential items you need for your Radiology shift? Textbooks? Spare clothes? Walkman? Favorite picture of "The Rock?" Also, one of The Jockeys may have a hoarding problem. Can you guess who? Let the Jockeys know what you think in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode.Buy Us A Drink!
Dr. Refky Nicola interviews Dr. Robert Alexander, Dr. Stephen Waite, and Dr. Michael Bruno to discuss "Mandating Limits on Workload, Duty, and Speed in Radiology". Mandating Limits on Workload, Duty, and Speed in Radiology. Alexander and Waite et al. Radiology 2022; 304:274–282.
This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with Lawn Starter's Editor, Jeff Herman, about the best cities for cats and their owners and with Mississippi State University's veterinarian, Dr. Marc Seitz, about pet radiology. Reed also discusses the first human-to-dog transmission of MonkeyPox.
Allegations of unethical practices in private radiology are heightening tensions within the clinical community and prompting wider concerns about money being prioritised over patient care. Doctors are going to the High Court to block surgeons from owning medical imaging services, arguing the practice is dangerous because they have a financial incentive to refer more patients. Emily spoke with Chief Executive of the New Zealand Orthopaedics Association Andrea Pettett about the claims and how the High Court ruling might affect patients and clinicians.