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Overcoming Burnout and Reshaping the Radiology Reading Experience

Dr. Michelle Goñi shares her journey overcoming burnout and reveals how she’s since created a flexible reading environment that isn’t bogged down with unrealistic turnaround times, allowing her the time and energy to focus on the things that are important to her outside of work.

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How DocPanel Helped Me Gain Clarity on My Pancreatic Cyst Diagnosis

After being diagnosed with a pancreatic cyst, Dean uploaded his MRI to DocPanel for a second opinion, and to get clarity on his diagnosis. Here is his story.

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The Future of Musculoskeletal Imaging and Tendon Repair

Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Dr. William Morrison, discusses his latest project developing a revolutionary technique to repair partially torn tendons without surgery, the role of AI in musculoskeletal radiology, and more.

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Dr. Adair, Abdominal Specialist, On the Latest in Abdominal Radiology and AI

Dr. Luther Adair, II, Abdominal Subspecialty Radiologist and Chair for the Abdominal Imaging Panel for the artificial intelligence section of the American College of Radiology, sat down with DocPanel to discuss the future of abdominal imaging and AI, his journey in the field of radiology, and more.

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The Importance of Seeing a Pediatric Radiologist

Pediatric radiologists play an important role in correctly identifying and diagnosing illness, injury, and disease in children. But an estimated 75-85% of pediatric scans are read by adult radiologists. Learn how you can ensure your child’s scans are interpreted by a pediatric radiologist.

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Second Opinion Helps Diagnose Ankylosing Spondylitis

I came to DocPanel for a second opinion after receiving two conflicting diagnoses from my doctors. The subspecialty radiologist who provided my second opinion went above and beyond, providing me and my doctor with answers and information we needed to move forward.