The internet truly is a wondrous invention. It has evened the playing field with a wide swath of people now having access to information that used to be possessed in the hands of only the elite few not too long ago. However, as with most things, there can be downsides associated with any tool of progress. Yelp Yelp is a powerful social tool that allows individuals to share experiences, good or bad, so that ...

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One of the great teaching experiences in a young medical student or resident's life is to be placed in front of his or her peers with an attending physician quizzing him or her on the spot about a particular patient. Often, when radiology imaging is involved, the said victim will be asked to interpret the study and point out any salient features. I have been subject to this numerous times in my ...

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I think one of the biggest frustrations I have as a doctor is being at the mercy of people who either have no medical training or are so detached from medicine that they have lost touch with those on the front line. The American Board of Radiology (ABR) essentially governs over radiologists who typically need the important board-certified designation to find a place of employment. I have always played by the rules ...

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It is a known fact, but every generation feels that they had it worst and that other generations have it made. "When I went to school we had to walk uphill in the snow both ways!" says every grandparent I identify myself with the Generation X physicians, finishing medical school in 1997 and my radiology residency and fellowship training in 2003. During this time I have seen quite a change in the medical ...

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