Video Interview: Is There an Increased Incidence of Neurodegenerative Diseases in Patients with COVID-19?

In a recent video interview, neurologist Pardis Zarifkar, MD discussed a new study that found significantly elevated risks for Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease among patients who tested positive for COVID-19.

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Reining in the Boilerplate Info on Radiology Reports

Does excess boilerplate verbiage hamper the review of radiology reports by referring physicians?

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Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: June 19-June 25

Catch up on the top radiology news of the past week.

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New Study Shows Link Between COVID-19 and Elevated Risks for Neurological Disorders

Emerging research showed that patients with COVID-19 had 3.5 times the risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease and 2.6 times the risk for Parkinson’s disease in comparison to those who did not have COVID-19.

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Breast Cancer Screening: Five Takeaways from New Systematic Review of Global Guidelines

The review of breast cancer screening guidelines from the United States and abroad summarized current recommendations on modalities, intervals, and screening age considerations.

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