Half Title Page.
1: Early Residency: Preparation and Participation.
2: Centralized Interviews for Prospective Radiology Residents.
3: A Critique of the Transitional Internship.
4: Looking Back at the Value of the Internship.
5: Radiology Residents: Internship Survey.
6: The Debt Crisis and Radiology.
7: Radiology Residency Positions: Growth, Distribution and California.
8: Radiology Resident Recruitment: Robustness in an Uncertain Environment.
9: Radiology Residencies: Disasters and Preparedness.
10: Late Residency, Fellowship and Just Beyond.
11: Reorganizing the Fourth Year: Curricular Organization—How Will the Fourth Year Be Redesigned?—Part I.
12: Reorganizing the Fourth Year: The Fourth Year After the Boards Change—How Should It Be Constructed?—Part II.
13: Reorganizing the Fourth Year: Reimagining the Fourth Year of Training in the of Training in the Era of Subspecialization—Part III.
14: Are We Losing the Certification Wars?.
15: The Trouble with Fellowships.
16: The Changing Board Exam Schedule in the U.S.: Will General Radiologists and Emergency Radiologists Become Synonymous?.
17: Bubble Trouble.
18: Regulation Without Representation.
19: Radiology Elsewhere in the World.
20: O.E.C.D. Health Data: Where Does the U.S. Stack Up?.
21: Characteristics of Radiology Training Programs in Europe in Comparison with Those in the United States.
22: Japan: A Country with a Currently Successful Radiology Model of Health Care.
23: Radiology in Cuba: A Different Path with Fewer Resources and More Compulsion.
24: Geography and Radiology: Perfect Together.
25: Radiologist Inclusiveness: Minority Features.
26: Who Will Be the New Radiologists?: A 2012 Assessment.
27: Women in Radiology.
28: South Asians in Radiology in the United States, Part I.
29: South Asians in Radiology in the United States, Part II.
30: The Appearances and Implications of the Radiology Report.
31: Towards More Literate Reports: Avoiding Words and Phrases You Should Not Say.
32: The Radiology Report.
33: More Jargon.
34: Anything Is Possible so Is Possible Anything?.
35: The Radiology Report: The Value of the Impression.
36: Metaphors in Radiology.
37: Metaphor: Redux.
38: Electronic Health Records and Expectations of the Transformation of the Work of Radiologists.
39: Telling Patients Results.
40: Radiologist Responsibilities.
41: Fallacies in Reasoning: Part 1.
42: Fallacies in Reasoning: Part 2.
43: We Are Radiologists: What Business Are We in?.
44: Communication vs. Consultation: Two Duties We Must Pursue.
45: Quality Considerations.
46: Quality: Metrics in Radiology.
47: Quality: Measures in Radiology.
48: Quality: Initiatives You Should Know About But May Not Have Heard About.
49: Quality: Some Simple Things You Might Change.
50: Malpractice Apology and Appropriateness.
51: U.S. Medical Malpractice: Some Data-Driven Facts.
52: Malpractice Suits Against Radiologists.
53: Radiology Malpractice: The Demography of Medical Malpractice Regarding Radiology.
54: Apology: It's Elements and Legal Intrusions.
55: Is It Appropriate to Have Appropriateness Criteria for Radiology Testing?.
56: Authorization or Appropriateness or the Lady or the Tiger Redux.
57: Opportunities for Radiologists.
58: Teleradiology: From the Confines of Place to the Freedom of Space.
59: Medical Tourism, Opportunities for American Radiologists?.
60: Geriatric Radiology A Proto-Manifesto.
61: Self-Referral Remedies.
62: The Challenges Facing American Radiologists.
63: The Radiologist Assistant: Do We Need This Job Title?.
64: Challenges to Radiology from Below, Astride and Afar.
65: The Coming Revolution in Radiology: Beware and Prepare.
66: Teleradiology and GATS-An-800 lb Gorilla Down the Hall.
67: Commodity Policy and the Vulnerability of Radiology.
68: Radiologists and the Press.
69: Will the Job Market for Radiologists Remain Grim?: A Contrarian Perspective-A 2013 Assessment.
70: American Radiologists at a Crossroad.
72: Peer Review-Peering Over Its Shoulder.
73: Peer Review-Innovations and Ethical Issues.
74: Electronic Publishing: A Boon or a Bugbear.
75: The Tendentious Tendency in Radiology Clinical Research.
76: Radiation Dose.
77: Radiation Dose: A Primer of Units and Limits.
78: CT-ER-Dose and Cost and What to Do About It.
79: Radiation Dose Redux.
80: CT Techniques: Risk and Challenges—Who Will Control Radiology.
81: CT Utilization and Thyroid Cancer: Is There a Connection?.
82: MR Safety Another Look.
83: Nooks and Crannies in General Radiology Including Some Forgotten Observations.
84: From Nipple Shadows to Bullet Holes.
85: Pelvic Phleboliths.
86: Eponymous Abdominal Hernias, Part I.
87: Eponymous Abdominal Hernias, Part II.
88: Other Radiology Bits and Pieces of Lore.
89: It Ain't What You Don't Know, It's What You Do Know That Ain't So.
90: Illicit Drug Transport.
91: The Spleen: The Forgotten Organ, Is There Anything to Say?.
92: Acute Pancreatitis: What and When Is There Room for Imaging in the Diagnosis and Followup of Patients with Acute Inflammation of the Pancreatic Gland?.