Brain, Head and Neck imaging
- Altered Mental Status in ICU Patients: Diagnostic Yield of Noncontrast Head CT for Abnormal and Communicable Findings.
- When does an adult with headaches need central nervous system imaging?
- Overuse of Head CT Examinations for the Investigation of Minor Head Trauma: Analysis of Contributing Factors
- R-SCAN: Imaging for Headache
- R-SCAN: Imaging for Uncomplicated Acute Rhinosinusitis
- R-SCAN: Admission and Preoperative Chest X-Rays for Ambulatory Patients With Unremarkable History and Physical Examination
- Clinical relevance of the routine daily chest X-Ray in the surgical intensive care unit.
- Same-day Computed Tomography Chest Imaging for Pulmonary Nodule Targeting with Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy May Decrease Unnecessary Procedures
- Effectiveness of Quality Improvement Interventions at Reducing Inappropriate Cardiac Imaging: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Evaluation of computed tomography in patients with atypical angina or chest pain clinically referred for invasive coronary angiography: randomised controlled trial
- Cardiology consultation reduces provocative testing rates in an ED observation unit
- R-SCAN: Cardiac CT Angiography for Acute Chest Pain
- R-SCAN: CT Angiographic Imaging for Pulmonary Embolism
- Carotid Artery Ultrasound for Syncope.
- Choosing Wisely for Syncope: Low‐Value Carotid Ultrasound Use.
- External validation of risk stratification strategy in the use of renal ultrasonography in the evaluation of acute kidney injury
- Common Reasons That Asymptomatic Patients Who Are 65 Years and Older Receive Carotid Imaging
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain: A Joint Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians and the American Pain Society.
- Clinicians’ Perceptions of Barriers to Avoiding Inappropriate Imaging for Low Back Pain—Knowing Is Not Enough.
- R-SCAN: Imaging for Low Back Pain
- Image Wisely and Choosing Wisely: Importance of Adult Body CT Protocol Design for Patient Safety, Exam Quality, and Diagnostic Efficacy
- R-SCAN: Whole-Body Blunt Trauma CT Imaging
- R-SCAN: Appropriate Imaging for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
- Outstanding reference: Incidental Findings white papers from the ACR
- “Chasing a Ghost”: Factors that Influence Primary Care Physicians to Follow Up on Incidental Imaging Findings.
- R-SCAN: Follow-Up for Adnexal Cysts