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A new study found that in cancer patients who smoke, e-cigarette users had greater nicotine dependence, compared to smokers of traditional cigarettes.

Chiari 1 malformation was found to be the cause of this man's year's long history of headache and severe neck pain. Here: a quick quiz on this anomaly.

Some researchers now suspect that type 2 diabetes may itself be an independent risk factor for osteoarthritis and have proposed a "diabetes-induced phenotype."

A quiz in JAMA uses a case with discordant DXA results to discuss the options in assessment of hip fracture risk in osteoporosis, describing their advantages and drawbacks.

Cardiac MRI procedure volume is on the rise, potentially bidding radiologists and cardiologists against each other.

Neurological symptoms may be the presenting feature in lupus, sarcoidosis, vasculitis, and other rheumatic diseases, notes this review. Treatment may also cause neurological side effects including demyelination, tremor, and psychosis.

Today's headlines about security breaches leave me wondering: how do we accurately assess our own security risk?

For this “10 Questions” series, we spoke with Paul H. Ellenbogen, MD, FACR about his work and the future of radiology.

The clinical and scientific realms of endometriosis have significant gaps, highlighted by persistent delays in diagnosis and underestimates of harm.

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