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Patient Fears, Anxiousness, and Reaction to Skin Tears in Mammography
When a patient comes in for her exam, emotions may run high - whether it’s a first-time exam and fear of the unknown, a patient with a history of breast cancer, a patient who finds compression hard...
A Lesson in Adaptability - How the Pandemic Made for a Very Unusual Onboarding Experience
Starting a new job can be nerve wracking. Learning your role, getting to know your coworkers, and assimilating to your company’s culture takes time.
Medical Dosimetrists,The Heart of Cancer Treatment Planning
On the surface, the role of the medical dosimetrist sounds a little intimidating, a Spock-like personality focused purely on numbers and science. After all - these are the people whose calculations...
Limiting Exposure in Abdominal Imaging in the Age of COVID-19
Hospitals and imaging centers are looking for ways to limit exposure and potential transmission of the coronavirus between their patients and medical staff. One way is to limit their interaction with...
Radiologist Perspective on Benefits of Mammography Skin Markers to Clinicians and Patients
Making sure a patient is comfortable both during and after a mammogram is of the utmost importance to Dr. Christina Jacobs, a board-certified radiologist with Advanced Radiology Services and Director...
How Oncology Centers are Managing Treatment in the Age of COVID-19
“Everything takes much longer, nothing is simple.”
Online Yoga: The “New Normal” for Cancer Patients and Survivors
In these uncertain times of COVID-19, it has become necessary to come up with ways in which to cope with the abundance of changes happening to our daily lives. Those changes can often lead to...
Reopening Diagnostic Imaging After COVID-19
As states begin to open back up and restrictions on "non-essential" medical procedures ease up, many imaging departments are pondering how best to adapt to the new normal in terms of staff...
Small Bowel Enterography: Protocols of the Experts
When radiologists introduce a new procedure into their institution, or they want to improve an existing protocol, it’s common practice to turn to those that live and breathe that procedure for advice.
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