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As we age, bones become less dense, increasing the risk of hip and other bone fractures. Testing bone mineral density is one way physicians assess a patient’s fracture risk. A new study examined whether repeating this test helps predict future...
Born with a rare neuromuscular condition called Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita, two-year-old Emma Lavelle has severely contracted joints and muscle weakness leaving her without the ability to lift her arms. With the help of Dr. Tariq Rahman, a...
Reuters reports that a study in Radiology has found that physicians who have financial stake in a particular imaging facility or center are more likely to have patients whose scans come back negative after referral. The study looked at 350 knee MRIs...