Each month David Bluemke, MD, PhD, Professor in the Department of Radiology and editor of the journal Radiology, releases a podcast which highlights key articles and topics included in that months edition of Radiology. The podcasts begin with an introduction where Bluemke notes and briefly summarizes a few interesting stories before moving into discussing the three or so key articles included in the issue.
In the most recent podcast this included articles on patient experience in CT colonography and flexible sigmoidoscopy screening, the effectiveness of staged ultrasonography and unenhanced MR imaging in diagnosing pediatric appendicitis, and a look at white matter microstructure and functional task-related neural activity in former football players in relation to career duration, concussion history, and playing position. Transcripts of the podcasts are also available each month.
To view the current month’s podcast as well as those from previous issues, visit the Radiology Podcasts webpage