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The Left Corner
In my previous Left Corner article, I told the story of a resident in Pakistan and the difficulties he encountered when trying to get copies of full-text articles for his research paper. Equally entertaining (well, I thought so) is the story of the medical editor (me) and the problem of full-text access. This story does not take place in an exotic third world country... Read more

MRI of Spinal Epidermoids
MRI of Spinal Epidermoids
Featured in Asia Focus

From China, Drs. Dai, Zhu, and He probe the MRI characteristics of spinal cord epidermoids. Their report, in which eighteen cases of this rare benign tumor are evaluated, offers new conclusions about imaging and diagnosing these lesions.

Case of the Month
We had a great response to the July Contest with many correct answers. The winning answers were those that included both tuberous sclerosis and
lymphangioleiomyomatosis; we will introduce you to our July winner soon. In the meanwhile, stretch your diagnostic muscles with the August Case of the Month.

Journal Contents
Journal Contents
As part of our promise to save you time and streamline your ability to stay current in radiology, RadiologyWeb proudly offers our Journal Contents page. A few clicks of the mouse will bring you the latest Table of Contents pages from select radiology journals chosen by our Medical Board. This one page connects you to articles recently published and journal homepages for links to abstracts. We keep you current with fewer clicks!


super bill
Bracco's Reimbursement Services Team describes and clarifies specific topics in radiological coding. The most recent tip covers the new coding requirements for vertebroplasty. Are you careful to include both radiological and surgical codes when billing for this procedure?


Ellen Lewis, Ph.D., editor

New At RadiologyWeb

Special Edition: One Physician's Response to the Attack...

How do we respond to the attack on America? Each of us has responded out of our own unique experience and, through sharing our vicissitudes and feelings with each other, we mourn and begin to heal. Here is a reflection from Bruce N. Cronstein, M.D., who is chairman of the Advisory Board of our sister site, RheumatologyWeb, and who volunteered to assist at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.

Question-and-Answer Radiology Review

RadiologyWeb is publishing an updated series of review questions for studious residents and practitioners who wish to brush up! Our review questions adhere to the "single-best-answer" format and were created by experts in each subspecialty area. The 2001 series contains newly-minted questions in every category, and we have archived the 2000 series for those of you who are looking for extra practice!

Mobile Pet

Mobile PET
Tatiana Kain, M.D. explains the value of mobile PET services. She focuses on the specific services that are (and are not) part of a typical agreement between a practitioner and the mobile PET company and looks at the future of expanded reimbursement for PET imaging.

Visual Essay on Colitis

  Visual Essay on Colitis
Dr. Peter Buetow treats our readers to another visual essay. This unique multimedia medical lecture covers ulcerative colitis. It includes disease characteristics, gross pathology, histological findings, and imaging studies. Dr. Buetow plans a three part series on colitis; Crohn's disease and miscellaneous collitities are his next two topics.

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