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It’s never been a more exciting time to be a radiologist as technology is advancing rapidly, access to imaging is expanding, and patients rely on a high-quality interpretation to guide their care journey. At the same time, the field faces challenges: Recruiting and retaining radiology talent, keeping pace with rising imaging volumes, delivering consistent high quality care, and staying current with changes in technology. Join host Daniel Arnold as he talks with experts in radiology, technolo ...
 
Welcome to the life of the Catheter Jockeys, where we put our spin on the field of Radiology in a fun and entertaining way. Your hosts will guide you through their experiences becoming the funnest and most knowledgeable X-ray techs to ever walk into that hospital break room. Listen weekly as we discuss the ups and downs of all things Radiology and Medical Imaging. Come have a laugh with us or mostly just laugh at us as we share all our stories with you! PS: Don't forget to Twerk the Histogram!
 
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Episode 121: PATIENTS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS! | The Success Of Radiology Starts With You! The Jockeys discuss the darndest things patients say. Reece, host of Collaboration RA, joins us on this light hearted adventure as we share our experiences. Let the Jockeys know what you think in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode. Buy …
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of thyroglossal duct cyst with two unique cases! Key teaching points include: Thyroglossal duct cyst is the most common congenital neck cyst. Most present before age 18 as a midline, fluctuant neck mass near hyoid bone. Often asymptomatic unless superinfected = Abscess, draining sinus. …
 
Dr. Refky Nicola discusses Y-90 radioembolization for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer with Dr. Daniel Brown. Survival and Toxicities after 90Y Transarterial Radioembolization of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer in the RESIN Registry. Emmons et al. Radiology 2022; 305:228–236.
 
In this episode, host Daniel Arnold talks about Contrast Shortages, Cardiac Guidelines, & Education with Giovanni E. Lorenz, DO, Section Head for Thoracic Imaging at SAMHS and Lead Cardiac Imaging advisor for the Dept of the Air Force. Dr. Lorenz talks about his journey from the military to radiology, why he chose to specialize in cardiothoracic im…
 
In honor for the RSNA C-Spine Kaggle competition, here is a throwback episode when host Paul Ye interviewed Ian Pan, MD the world's first physician & Kaggle Grandmaster. RSNA has teamed with the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) and the American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR) to conduct an AI challenge competition exploring whether artif…
 
In this episode, host Daniel Arnold talks about AI in Radiology with Josh Duncan, Vice President of Sales & Customer Success at Rad AI. Josh tells us why he chose to pivot to healthcare, what gets him excited making an impact on patient care with disruptive technologies, and how his team thinks about AI by keeping ultimate end users (radiologists a…
 
In this episode, host Daniel Arnold talks about Advances in Breast Imaging with Rachel F. Brem, MD, FACR, FSBI, Professor and Vice-Chair, Director, Breast Imaging and Interventional Center, George Washington University. Dr. Brem talks about her inspiration for becoming a radiologist, her passion to serve, advocate, and educate through The Brem Foun…
 
Dr. Linda Chu discusses AI tool for assessment of indeterminate pulmonary nodule with Dr. Anil Vachani. "Artificial Intelligence Tool for Assessment of Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules Detected with CT" Artificial Intelligence Tool for Assessment of Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules Detected with CT. Kim et al. Radiology 2022; 304:683–691.…
 
Episode 120: PROTECT YA NECK! OR BE JUST A Technician | Technician VS. Technologist | The Success Of Radiology Starts With You! The Jockeys discuss the importance of certifications, reasons why we are not considered "Professionals", differences between technician vs. Technologist, & how to move the Radiology profession forward. Let the Jockeys know…
 
Dr. Manisha Bahl summarizes major take home points from "Mammographic Breast Density, Benign Breast Disease, and Subsequent Breast Cancer Risk in 3.9 Million Korean Women" by Dr. Soyeoun Kim and colleagues. Mammographic Breast Density, Benign Breast Disease, and Subsequent Breast Cancer Risk in 3.9 Million Korean Women. Kim et al. Radiology 2022; 3…
 
Episode 119: NEVER FEAR CT IS HERE!!! | The Jockeys try to figure out why there is so much over ordering of CT and Medical imaging procedures in the ER and hospitals around the world. Is it justified? Is it overboard? Are practitioners just plain scared? Why do you think it's happening more and more? Let the Jockeys know what you think in the comme…
 
Dr. Francis Deng discusses key highlights of the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Classification with Dr. Derek Johnson. "A Radiologist's Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part 1 - Key Concepts and the Spectrum of Diffuse Glioma" A Radiologist’s Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part …
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of scrotal varicocele with three unique cases. Key teaching points include: Varicocele is abnormal dilatation of pampiniform venous plexus = Peritesticular veins. Seen in up to 15% of adult and adolescent males. Caused by incompetent or absent testicular vein valves. Upper limit of norm…
 
Dr. Linda Chu discusses COVID vaccine-associated myocarditis with Dr. Kate Hanneman. "Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine-associated Myocarditis". Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine–associated Myocarditis. Fronza et al. Radiology 2022; 304:553–562. Dr. Nikita Consul's Radiology In Training article summary "Choroid…
 
Episode 118: WHAT'S IN THE RAD BAG?! | Gucci Gucci, Louis Louis, Fendi Fendi, JanSport??? The Jockeys Discuss Items In Their Work Bag. What are the essential items you need for your Radiology shift? Textbooks? Spare clothes? Walkman? Favorite picture of "The Rock?" Also, one of The Jockeys may have a hoarding problem. Can you guess who? Let the Joc…
 
Episode 117: BACK TO THE FUTURE | The Jockeys Discuss New Radiology Technology & Having To Embrace It. How do you feel about the emergence of A.I. Technology. Will Rad Skynet become self aware? Let the Jockeys know what you think in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode. Buy Us A Drink! <<
 
Dr. Lauren Kim interviews Ryan McNaughton, Dr. T. Michael O'Shea, and Dr. Hernán Jara to discuss "Quantitative MRI Characterization of the Extremely Preterm Brain at Adolescence: Atypical versus Neurotypical Developmental Pathways" Quantitative MRI Characterization of the Extremely Preterm Brain at Adolescence: Atypical versus Neurotypical Developm…
 
Episode 116: SUNNY & CHERNOBYL | The Jockeys Welcomes Their First Official Guest, Will Bryan, RRA, RT (R) (VI). Will is a Radiologist Assistant with 10 years experience in the Radiology field. Will joins the Jockeys in the "Hot Seat", as they discuss Chernobyl: Lost Tapes. A documentary using unseen footage from that tragic day and days after. It i…
 
Dr. Francis Deng interviews Dr. Nimer Adeeb and Dr. Adam Dmytriw to discuss "Multicenter Study for the Treatment of Sidewall versus Bifurcation Intracranial Aneurysms with Use of Woven EndoBridge (WEB). Multicenter Study for the Treatment of Sidewall versus Bifurcation Intracranial Aneurysms with Use of Woven EndoBridge (WEB). Adeeb et al. Radiolog…
 
Episode 115: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE GOLLUM | The Jockeys Discuss What They Love About Radiology & What They Dislike About Radiology. What do you dislike or love about Radiology and/or any Modality? Let the Jockeys know in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode. Buy Us A Drink! <<
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of Achilles tendinosis, partial thickness tears and full thickness tears through four unique cases. Key teaching points include: Achilles tendon is strongest in body. Originates from soleus and gastrocnemius muscles, inserts onto posterior calcaneal tuberosity. Achilles tendon tears = M…
 
Dr. Manisha Bahl interviews Dr. Jon Jacobson to discuss Ultrasonography of Superficial Soft-Tissue Masses: Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound Consensus Conference Statement. Jacobson et al. Radiology 2022; 304:18–30. Dr. Nikita Consul's Radiology In a Minute article summary on Fully Automated Abdominal CT Biomarkers for Type 2 Diabetes Using Dee…
 
Episode 114: HOW TO NOT SUCK IN X-RAY SCHOOL! | Our Final Student Centric Episode, The Jockeys Discuss Their Tips & Trick On How To Be A Successful Radiology Student. What are your tips & tricks to get hired as a student? Let the Jockeys know in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode. *Pro Tip: Probably not a good idea to tell a …
 
Dr. Lauren Kim interviews Dr. Josalyn Cho, Dr. Raul Villacreses, and Dr. Alejandro Comellas to discuss long COVID. Quantitative chest CT assessment of small airways disease in post-acute SARS-CoV-2 infection. Quantitative Chest CT Assessment of Small Airways Disease in Post-Acute SARS-CoV-2 Infection. Cho and Villacreses et al. Radiology 2022; 304:…
 
Episode 113: IS BOOM TIME OVER? | ANGRY EDDIE'S PET PEEVES | The Jockeys Discuss Their Pet Peeves Working In Radiology. A topic near and dear to Eddie's heart?! What are your pet peeves? Let the Jockeys know in the comments about how much you hate Larry for putting on too much CK One. You may get featured on a follow up episode. Buy Us A Drink! <<
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of adenomyosis through three unique cases, including an MRI example. Key teaching points include: Adenomyosis results from ectopic endometrial tissue in myometrium. Leads to dysfunctional smooth muscle hyperplasia/hypertrophy surrounding ectopic glands. Cause unknown. Common, usually mu…
 
Episode 112: IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST SMELL? | The Jockeys Discuss The Smells They Have Encountered Working In Radiology. What Smell do you think is the worst? Or even best Smells? Let the Jockeys know in the comments about your XRAY olfactory experiences. You may get featured on a follow up episode. Buy Us A Drink! <<
 
Dr. Manisha Bahl interviews Marthe Larsen and Dr. Solveig Hofvind to discuss AI in mammographic screening. "Artificial Intelligence Evaluation of 122969 mammography examinations from a population-based screening program. Artificial Intelligence Evaluation of 122969 Mammography Examinations from a Population-based Screening Program. Larsen et al. Ra…
 
Dr. Paul Yi interivews Drs. Christoph Lehmann and John McGreevey about the ethics of AI in radiology and medicine. Christoph Lehmann, MD; Willis C. Maddrey, M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Clinical Science; Professor of Pediatrics, Population and Data Sciences, and Bioinformatics at UT Southwestern, where he directs the Clinical Informatics Cen…
 
Episode 111: XRAY BONDS | The Jockeys Discuss Their Difficulties In The Radiology Program & Having To Rely On Their Fellow Students For Help. We Talkin' Bout Bonds! Not Covalent Or James, But XRAY BONDS! Did you develop close bonds in XRAY school? Do you still speak to your old classmates? Let the Jockeys know in the comments about your XRAY bondin…
 
Dr. Lauren Kim interviews Dr. Yeon Joo Jeong, Dr. Jong Eun Lee, and Dr. Minhee Hwang to discuss "Imaging and Clinical Features of COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections: A Multicenter Study" Imaging and Clinical Features of COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections: A Multicenter Study. Lee and Hwang et al. Radiology 2022; 303:682–692.…
 
Welcome to this bonus episode of The Radiology Review Podcast. In this episode, I interview Dr. Michael R Jackson who is a consultant pediatric radiologist at the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People in Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr. Jackson’s many accomplishments include being the Trustee of the British Society for the History of Radiology and A…
 
Episode 110: ROSIE'S ANATOMY | The Jockeys Play [ER] Tales...The Game? We received so many messages and comments from Episode 7 (ER TALES PART 1) that we decided to make it a game. THANK YOU to those who reached out! Come join and play with us! Would you like to be apart of another game? Let the Jockeys know in the comments what you think. You may …
 
Episode 109: MENTORS, BOSSES, COOL CATS, & JIVE KITTIES | The Jockeys Discuss Their Mentors & Bosses. While Jon Is On Vacation, A Surprise Guest Joins The Jockeys To Fill In. Were you lucky enough to have a mentor that helped shape your life or career? Let the Jockeys know in the comments. You may get featured on a follow up episode. *After recordi…
 
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of endometrioma through three unique cases, including an MRI example. Key teaching points include: Endometriosis = Ectopic endometrial glands and stroma outside of the uterine cavity. Includes endometriomas, extraovarian implants and adhesions. Endometriomas = Endometriotic cysts within…
 
Episode 108: OR...XRAY TECH KRYPTONITE? | With Rosie Out Suffering From Toxic Mega Colon, Geneva (Our Special Guest), Steps In To Face The Jockeys! Probably Their Best Episode To Date ; ). The Jockeys Discuss Their Operating Room (OR) Beginnings & Worse OR F**k Ups. Do you Enjoy or Hate OR as a Technologist? Let the Jockeys know in the comments. Yo…
 
Dr. Manisha Bahl interviews Dr. Stacey Wolfson and Dr. Beatriu Reig to discuss axillary lymphadenopathy after COVID vaccine. "Axillary Adenopathy after COVID-19 Vaccine: No Reason to Delay Screening Mammogram" Axillary Adenopathy after COVID-19 Vaccine: No Reason to Delay Screening Mammogram. Wolfson et al. Radiology 2022; 303:297–299.…
 
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