Dr. Wende Gibbs, Podcasts Associate Editor of RadioGraphics, discusses recently published articles. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.
Issue Summary 1 Nov-Dec 2021
In this podcast, Ross Frederick describes a promising new interventional radiology treatment for an extremely common source of morbidity around the world: knee osteoarthritis. And Wende Gibbs summarizes a multisystem paper describing the ever growing number of treatment related complications we might encounter in our cancer patients- we must be familiar with the possibilities to get them the best possible care!
Issue Summary 5 Sep-Oct 2021
Amyloid—the devious protein that when misfolded can cause serious incurable disease in nearly every body system. Wende Gibbs discusses a new article about amyloidosis, and Ross Frederick summarizes a new Rad-Path article on pituitary gland tumors in this week's RadioGraphics podcast.
Issue Summary 4 Sep-Oct 2021
Acute, life-threatening GI bleeding- a frightening thing to find on call! So many causes- do you know what they all look like? Ross Frederick summarizes a valuable new atlas from the new Radiographics body imaging monograph. And from the Sept/Oct issue, Wende Gibbs summarizes updates in breast cancer lymph node imaging and intervention.
Issue Summary 3 Sep-Oct 2021
The newest podcast highlights our monograph series, this time Emergency Neuroradiology - vital knowledge for all. Ross Frederick and Wende Gibbs discuss neck and skull base emergencies and the etiologies associated with the emergency presentation of headache - common but so important.
Issue Summary 2 Sep-Oct 2021
This week's podcast features a useful approach to the common and difficult case of the cystic abdominal or pelvic mass, as well as the LI-RADS diagnostic algorithm for hepatocellular carcinoma. (And a brief bonus commentary on radiology reporting!)
Issue Summary 1 Sep-Oct 2021
In this podcast: a life-saving review of soft tissue infections, like the dreaded necrotizing fasciitis, seen by radiologists of all subspecialities. And a discussion of metabolic bone disease, primarily osteoporosis - more common, underdiagnosed, undertreated, and deadly than people think!
Dr Klein is knowledgeable and easy to listen to
I really enjoy how Dr Klein explains the more complex topics and highlight’s RadioGraphic’s more intriguing articles. The interviews with the authors can also shed some light on ideas and processes that are not included in the journal articles. If you are a subscriber to the journal, this is a great addition to the article content.