March 15, 2022Featured, Medical Advances

Women’s History Month — Medical Imaging History

March is Women’s History Month — commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. We are especially proud of the women who came before us to and made radiology and imaging possible. Here is a great article about seven amazing women that made medical imaging history. […]

March 1, 2022Featured, Physician's Perspective

Spine Jack Procedure Gets Entrepreneur Back to Work

Spine Jack Procedure Gets Entrepreneur Back to Work After a debilitating ski accident, Ben Davis trusted his instincts — and found a surgeon he could believe in. Written by Pam Moore; Reviewed by Tony Brown, MD Peer Reviewed During that dark time, no one could tell him what was wrong. With a doctor who left […]

February 8, 2022Featured, Medical Advances, Physician's Perspective

Single point of care embolization, ablation, and stabilization of unstable pelvic metastatic disease

Anthony Brown, MD, and Daniel M. Lerman, MD A 56-year-old man presented with intractable pain and inability to ambulate. Computed tomography showed an osteolytic renal cell carcinoma metastasis in the left ilium causing instability (Fig 1). Following a multidisciplinary discussion, percutaneous embolization, ablation, and pelvic stabilization were planned subsequent to radiation of the tumor. Triple […]