The BI-RADS® Atlas provides standardized breast imaging findings terminology, report organization, assessment structure and a classification system for mammography, ultrasound and MRI of the breast.
These top-specific pages offer a variety of informative and instructional resources designed to radiologists in providing effective, safe, quality care to patients.
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The general schema of LI-RADS is to attempt to classify observations as either definite HCCs (LR 5) or definitely benign (LR 1).
Lung-RADS is a quality assurance tool designed to standardize lung cancer screening CT reporting and management recommendations, reduce confusion in lung cancer screening CT interpretations, and facilitate outcome monitoring.
To improve early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer, ACR, AdMeTech Foundation and ESUR formed a joint effort to develop standards for the Prostate Imaging Reporting and Data System (PI-RADS).
This glossary of conventional NMR-related terms, along with the accompanying table of basic quantities in electricity and magnetism, are offered by the American College of Radiology for the use of physicians, medical physicists, and manufacturers.
The ACR created a multidisciplinary blue ribbon panel to address critical issues in MR safety. Initially published in the American Journal of Roentgenology in June 2002, updated in May 2004, March 2007, and then markedly expanded and updated in 2012 (for 2013 publication in the JMRI), the ACR Guidance Document for Safe MR Practices: 2013 addresses numerous MR safety related topics.
The radiologist assistant is identified as an "advanced-level radiologic technologist who works under the supervision of a radiologist to enhance patient care by assisting the radiologist in the diagnostic imaging environment.
As part of Choosing Wisely® the ACR developed a list of five things to reduce unnecessary imaging exams ordered by physicians and improve quality of care. The list names imaging exams whose necessity should be discussed before being ordered. The list also equips providers with steps to help ensure safe, appropriate use of scans.