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This Week In Radiology: Tackling The Global Radiology Gap & The Over-Diagnosis Controversy

It’s been a crazy week in radiology! The Minnie’s are gearing up, ASTRO finished up this week, and we’re getting inundated with article after article from every possible direction. As usual, there were a ton of interesting articles that came out this week related to our industry, and if you’re as busy as we are then there’s a pretty big chance you missed out on seeing—much less actually reading—most of them. Some were research related, some were fun, and some were inspiring, but there were a few articles that really stood out to us, and that we feel like are important for people to read. Not only are they incredibly interesting, they also cover two pretty controversial issues concerning the radiology industry right now. Here’s a quick breakdown for you!

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Radiology Doesn't Have To Be Boring: 3 Fun Things That Happened In CT This Week

It’s Friday, which means we’re ready to close out another great week. It’s been a pretty exciting one here in the radiology world, with tons of exciting new studies and news pieces fresh off the presses. It’s a big time for radiology, and CT is no exception. It feels like almost every single day there’s an exciting new case study, application or innovation being discovered for CT technology, and it’s something we’re pretty thrilled about.

Radiology gets a little bit of flack for being a “boring” field. As radiologists, we obviously think that assertion is ridiculous. Sure, some of the research studies can get a bit dry, but there are a lot of really cool things happening in our industry that are actually kind of fun, too! We think it’s important to highlight those things when they happen. So, without further ado, here’s a quick summary of three super fun things that happened in CT this week.

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