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Articles from Applied Radiology (March 1, 2009)

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Ask Mr. Know-a-Few-Things: actually, the best way to get good data on requests is to kick out the power cord for the computerized entry system, so someone has to call to tell you why they want that CT. On the phone. In person. Back to the future! Phillips, C. Douglas Editorial 589
Breast MRI at 3T. Rakow-Penner, Rebecca; Hargreaves, Brian; Glover, Gary; Daniel, Bruce Clinical report 3442
Evaluation of postmenopausal bleeding. Dighe, Manjiri Clinical report 5219
Potential clinical and economic benefits of low-contrast-dose CT angiography. Teague, Shawn D.; Rosenblum, David I.; Olszewski, Mark E.; Dharaiya, Ekta; Popilock, Robert Clinical report 2453
Radiology in crisis: 2009: today, with highly skilled technologists and radiology PAs, we have become "image interpreters." The patient deposits his or her "images" with our technologists and PAs, and then leaves. We deal with the images. Barnhardt, Luther Guest editorial 388
Renal infections: an update. Akbar, Syed A.; Jafri, Syed Z.H.; Amendola, Marco; Wiater, Bridget Clinical report 4085

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