Impact of patient-reported symptom information on lumbar spine MRI Interpretation

According to an open-access article in ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), in lumbar spine MRI, presumptive pain generators diagnosed using symptom information from brief electronic questionnaires showed almost perfect agreement with pain generators diagnosed using symptom information from direct patient interviews. “Using patient-reported symptom information from a questionnaire, radiologists interpreting lumbar spine MRI converged […]

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Rich European countries have higher atrial fibrillation death rates than least wealthy

The wealthiest countries in Europe have higher death rates from atrial fibrillation than the least wealthy and these death rates are increasing more rapidly than incidence rates, according to the first analysis of its kind published in the European Heart Journal today. The study also found that women who developed the condition were more likely […]

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“We’ll never guess” what studio is developing a new Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game

It’s “not with EA”, source teases. A non-EA studio is reportedly developing a new Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game. The rumour comes via the B.O.B. The Podcast. Contributor Bespin Bulletin reports that a new instalment of the fan-favourite RPG is in development, adding “it’s not with EA” and “we’ll never guess” what […]

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