All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘CT’

Building a Low-Dose Culture

Low Dose Scan

Keith Hentel, MD, likes to tell this story: A young boy fell out of a third-story window and was taken to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Weill Cornell Medical Center’s emergency department for treatment. Hentel was the radiologist on call. The emergency physicians wanted a CT scan to determine whether the child had internal injuries. The child’s parents refused the CT because they …

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Small Steps Protect Little Feet


This article was published in Radiology Today this January. We would like to proudly mention that MNAP has been Image Gently Certified for over a year. Every one of our technologists has taken the Image Gently Pledge. Just another example of how MNAP goes above and beyond for our patients. Some days, Marilyn Goske, MD, a radiologist at Cincinnati Children’s HospitalMedicalCenter, …

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AHS Releases List for Choosing Wisely Campaign


The American Headache Society (AHS) recently released a list of specific tests or procedures that are commonly performed but not always necessary in the treatment of migraines and headaches. The list was developed as part of Choosing Wisely, an initiative of the ABIM Foundation. The AHS list identifies five targeted, evidence-based recommendations that can support conversations between patients and physicians …

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