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Jan 25, 2022

CAR-T immunotherapy- an amazing advance in oncology with high rates of remission, but most patients have complications.  In this podcast we describe the science of CAR-T, physiologic timeline, and imaging features of adverse events which are common.  All radiologists should be aware in order to better help our...


Jan 11, 2022

In our first podcast of 2022, we learn about a life-threatening entity that is more common that we thought, and important for radiologists in all specialties to recognize:  Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection.  Also, pearls and pitfalls for distinguishing malignant, benign, and incidental findings on FDG PET/CT.


Dec 21, 2021

ECMO is an important, last resort to save many of our patients with cardiopulmonary failure and we are seeing it used in our sickest COVID patients.  Do you know how it works?  Imaging plays a vital role in assessing the complications of ECMO, but the hemodynamic alterations and artifacts make CTA tricky.  Dr. Ross...


Dec 7, 2021

This week on the Radiographics podcast, Informatics editors Drs. Juluru and Wang summarize recent papers on Natural language processing and Deep Learning. 

Bag-of-Words Technique in Natural Language Processing: A Primer for Radiologists. Juluru et al. RadioGraphics 2021; 41:1420–1426.

Deep Learning: An Update for...


Nov 23, 2021

In this podcast, Ross Frederick describes a promising new interventional radiology treatment for an extremely common source of morbidity around the world:  knee osteoarthritis.  And Wende Gibbs summarizes a multisystem paper describing the ever growing number of treatment related complications we might encounter in our...