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Categories: Imaging studies

3 10/8/2015

Optimal balance of competing views on value of CT heart scans

2 5/21/2015

Post coverage of new lung cancer test misses on caveats, costs, and harms


In Image-Guided Operating Suites, Surgeons See Real-Time MRI, CT Scans


Experimental Prostate Cancer Treatment Shows Promise


Heart scans tied to “evidence-free” treatment: study


3-D breast scan seen as breakthrough


Mammograms May Not Be Fool-Proof at Catching Second Cancers


Brain scans may someday detect autism


Dyslexia: Scanning the brain for clues


Brain scans predict which dyslexics will read