New and Updated ACR Appropriateness Criteria

Eight revised topics have been added including Lung Cancer Screening, Chronic Hip and Chronic Shoulder Pain.

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2022 ACR Quality and Safety Conference

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Improve your clinical practice and discover how new strategies are transforming radiology practices at the 2022 ACR Quality and Safety Conference. Attend in person or virtually. Register today

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Help improve radiologic care for patients by submitting comments during the second field review.

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Join Us at the 2022 ACR®️ Imaging Informatics Summit

Dive into the new informatics technology that is driving better outcomes. This year’s event will bring you the tools and resources you need to cultivate solutions for your organization or practice. Register today

Town Hall — ACR®️ Strategic Plan Update: Putting Words into Action

Join us virtually on October 11 at 8pm (ET) to learn more about the next steps for implementing the first three initiatives of the strategic plan. Register now
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The JACR and ACR Bulletin provide topics relevant to the practice of radiology and information about the College's services and members. Readers receive in-depth information about the profession including research, advocacy efforts, the latest technology, and education courses.

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ACR Case In Point


Test your clinical knowledge with the daily Case in Point program, which gives you the opportunity each weekday to work through a subspecialty case.

CASE OF THE DAY

A 60-year-old woman presents with a history of Hodgkin lymphoma and deep vein thrombosis. The patient is referred for thoracic vertebral bone biopsy given new sclerotic bone lesions that are suspicious for metastases on a contrast-enhanced CT of the chest.

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