Imaging has undergone a major revolution. Many procedures performed 20 years ago are no longer performed and new ones have expanded our ability to diagnose previously hidden conditions and also our knowledge of these conditions. This communication deals both with modern imaging and how it is affecting our evaluation of certain diseases but yet underscores that plain film findings still are important and should not be cast by the wayside in favor of more modern cross sectional imaging.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging