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Radiologists Explain Why Skin Lesions are Still Problematic in 3D Mammography
A common misconception about digital breast tomosysnthesis (DBT), also referred to as 3D mammography, is that whatever is seen on the first five slices is skin-related and most likely benign.  
Medical Distancing -The Collateral Damage of the COVID19 Pandemic
The problem with pandemics is that other diseases don't take a back seat to it or go away. 
The Unavoidable Stress of Prostate Cancer Treatment
Stress and anxiety are unavoidable for cancer patients. From diagnosis to treatment to survivorship, patients may experience varying levels of stress. In fact, studies show that up to 49% of...
How Much Does Motion Artifact Cost in Advanced Imaging Exams?
Artifact is a hurdle imaging departments avoid if possible and for good reason. Artifact could compromise a study, make an accurate diagnosis difficult to obtain, or create the appearance of a...
Back to the Workplace Can Mean Increased Anxiety for Some
Another “new normal” is starting to set in with people across the country heading back in to work after months in quarantine due to COVID-19.
How Interruptions and Non-standardized Documentation Can Affect Reading Accuracy in Breast Imaging
Not all cancers present as obvious findings. Detecting lesions and groups of micro-calcifications requires concentration and dedicated focus. 
Meet LÉLEMAN, SL- Beekley's 2019 Global Partner of the Year
Once a year Beekley Medical recognizes one of our top performing business partners with the "Global Partner of the Year Award."
How One Tool Can Affect Motion Artifact, Infection Prevention, and Workflow
Using the right tool can impact the whole job. You don’t use a hammer where you need a saw. And you don’t use duct tape when you should be using a nail. Using the right tool ensures a job well...
Giving Birth in the Age of COVID 19
Pregnant women face added fears and concerns regarding the delivery of their new baby amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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