Abstract Jugular vein aneurysms are rare vascular abnormalities that are most commonly encountered in the pediatric population. We report two separate cases in infants, both of whom presented with enlarging neck masses and were found to have jugular vein aneurysms. Diagnosis was established with duplex ultrasonography, computed tomography angiography, digitally subtracted catheter venography, and magnetic […]
42%-44% of physicians use smart phones to access medical research, communicate with staff, and access clinical reference tools when with patients.
To improve patient safety and standardize data obtained from a voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG), the AAP Section on Radiology and Section on Urology have established a standard protocol for performing the test. Establishing a Standard Protocol for the Voiding Cystourethrography, a new clinical report, is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1542/peds.2016-2590 and will be published in the November issue of Pediatrics. Need […]
A new ecosystem of portable technologies has the potential to enhance our ability to treat and mitigate the effects of head trauma. The voice of the 911 dispatcher crackled over the intercom at the Colorado Springs Fire Department. A 73-year-old man at a memory care unit in a nursing home had fallen and might have […]
Authors: Donald P. Frush, MD and Keith J. Strauss, MS This is the second Image Gently® column in the series alternating with Image Wisely® [1. Material in ensuing columns will continue to include topics such as dose management, educational activities, and the impact of the Image Gently Alliance. However, it is also valuable to revisit […]
Authors: William W. Mayo-Smith, MD and Richard L. Morin, PhD In 2007, the ACR convened a blue-ribbon panel to discuss the issue of radiation exposure during medical imaging. The panel produced a white paper with 33 specific recommendations to optimize the amount of ionizing radiation used in diagnostic medical imaging [1. In 2009, a joint […]