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Residency services that effectively use social media have the ability to distinguish themselves and raise resident recruitment. We wanted to investigate SoMe's presence in diagnostic radiology residency programs and identify future trends that should be considered by the program. From the American Medical Association FREIDA Residency Database, a list of diagnostic radiology residency programs within the United States was obtained. The American Medical Association FREIDA Residency Database (A) publishes a list of diagnostic radiology residency programs within the United States. According to the report, the most effective SoMe platform by diagnostic radiology residency programs was Twitter, followed by Instagram, and then Facebook. Social media is a popular way to disseminate details quickly and effectively to prospective residency candidates. While maintaining a strong professional presence on these pages, it is critical that those involved in radiology medical education stay up to date with latest and planned social media trends.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1067/j.cpradiol.2022.07.002
Early stage non-small cell lung cancer is the most common cause of stereotactic body radiotherapy. Radiation therapy planning is carried out with software tools that are not readily available to the diagnostic radiologist. We developed a workflow for interfacing radiation dose data from lung SBRT treatments with diagnostic radiology image archiving and communication software. Two thoracic diagnostic radiologists examining post-treatment diagnostic follow up scans in PACS both with and without radiation dose maps available. The introduction of the biologically accurate dose map did not significantly change identification rates of radiation-induced lung injury, but did not significantly lower radiologic suspicion for LR. We demonstrated the usability and clinical value of a workflow that produces simplified radiation dose maps that are viewable within PACS for diagnostic radiology research.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.prro.2022.06.007
With four potential diagnostic management guidelines, the Society of Skeletal Radiology's Practice Guidelines and Technical Standards Committee explores the current literature and expert opinion and finds that the Society of Skeletal Radiology's Practice Guidelines and Technical Standards Committee, based on a search of the available literature and expert opinion, recommends a bone reporting and data system for incidentally occurring solitary bone lesions on CT and MRI with four possible diagnostic management strategies.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00256-022-04022-8
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