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New Stroke Prevention Efforts May Be Paying Off

Fewer people are being treated in U.S. emergency rooms for strokes caused by blood clots in the brain, which experts read as a sign that current stroke prevention methods are working.
Ob-Gyns: Use Ultrasound to Assess Pelvic Symptoms

Ultrasound should be the first type of imaging used to assess pelvic symptoms in women, a group of U.S. experts says.
Malpractice Fears Spurring Most ER Docs to Order Unnecessary Tests

Nearly all emergency room doctors surveyed order pricey MRIs or CT scans their patients may not need, mainly because they fear malpractice lawsuits, according to a new report.
Early Scans for Back Pain May Do Little to Help Seniors

Most current guidelines suggest that when seniors report new back pain to their primary care physician they should quickly be sent for diagnostic imaging, such as CT scans or MRIs.
CT Scans Might Spot Heart Risks More Clearly in Patients With Chest Pain

New research suggests that CT scans may help doctors do a better job of diagnosing heart disease in patients with chest pain, compared to standard tests.
Study Gauges Value of CT Scans for Heart Patients

In the first head-to-head study of its kind, researchers say that CT scans may offer some advantages over traditional "functional stress tests" for people with symptoms of heart disease.
Eyes May Be Window to Outcomes After Stroke, Research Suggests

The eye's optic nerve may provide clues to a stroke patient's survival, a new study indicates.
Imaging Tests May Help Stem Amputations for Circulatory Disorder

Patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) who face amputation of a foot or leg can have their limb saved by minimally invasive surgery to improve blood flow, a new study suggests.
MRI Improves Prostate Cancer Biopsy Accuracy, Study Finds

Prostate biopsies that combine MRI technology with ultrasound appear to give men better information regarding the seriousness of their cancer, a new study suggests.
Advisers Endorse HPV Test for Cervical Cancer Checks

An HPV test recently approved by U.S. health officials is an effective way to check for cervical cancer, two leading women's health organizations said Thursday.

 

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