Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the January 2021 Issue of Radiology. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or ask Alexa to "play Radiology podcasts on TuneIn".
Issue Summary: September 2021
Dr. Chu and her cohosts interview authors on recent articles published in Radiology.
Topics include: Cranial US in Infants Exposed to Zika Virus: The NATZIG Cohort. Reis Teixeira et al, Active Surveillance Strategies for Low-Grade Prostate Cancer: Comparative Benefits and Cost-effectiveness. Kang et al, Federal Out-of-Network Balance Billing Legislation: Context and Implications for Radiology Practices. Heller et al.
Issue Summary: August 2021
Dr. Linda Chu interviews Dr. Licia Luna. Can Preoperative Mapping with Functional MRI Reduce Morbidity in Brain Tumor Resection?, Dr. Manisha Bahl interviews Mr. Kiran Vaidhya Venkadesh and Dr. Colin Jacobs. Deep Learning for Malignancy Risk Estimation of Pulmonary Nodules Detected at Low-Dose Screening CT, Dr. Refky Nicola interviews Dr. Vincent Mellnick. Clinical Appendicitis Scores May Lower CT Utilization and Diagnostic Accuracy.
Issue Summary: July 2021
Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the July2021 issue. Articles discussed: Thermal Ablation for Small Papillary Thyroid Cancer, Infarct Patterns and Volumes in Acute Ischemic Stroke, and Patient Electronic Access to Final Radiology Reports.
Issue Summary: June 2021
Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the May 2021 issue. Articles discussed: Five-minute Five-Sequence Knee MRI Using Combined Simultaneous Multislice and Parallel Imaging Acceleration, Subclinical Coronary Atherosclerotic Plaque at CT in Individuals with HIV, Oncologically Relevant Findings Reporting and Data System (ONCO-RADS).
Issue Summary: May 2021
Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the May 2021 issue. Articles discussed: Role of Sonographic Characteristics of Thyroid Bed Lesions Identified Following Thyroidectomy in the Diagnosis or Exclusion of Recurrent Cancer, Development of MRI-defined Structural Tissue Damage after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury over 5 Years: The KANON Study, Prostate-specific Membrane Antigen PET in Prostate Cancer.
Issue Summary: April 2021
Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the May 2021 issue. Articles discussed: Breast Cancer Mortality Rates Have Stopped Declining in U.S. Women Younger than 40 Years; Relevance of Spontaneous Portosystemic Shunts Detected with CT in Patients with Cirrhosis; and Narrowing the Gap: Imaging Disparities in Radiology.
This is my FAVORITE podcast, it’s very up to date and very informative. I also find this podcast very easy to follow and not robotic at all. I often repeat older episodes when I’m all caught up.
Excellent for keeping up with newest issues and research in Radiology with helpful insight and explanations that I greatly appreciate as a trainee. Sound quality is great, as is the cadence and clarity of content, especially compared to a few other radiology podcasts out there. Highly recommended, my favorite radiology podcast so far.
I find this podcast very interesting and helpful staying up with the latest research in the field, thank you.