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Inside Imaging Newsletter- October 2022

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Ordering Exams: New Urgency Levels

We understand the need for imaging exams for timely decision-making, and we always try to ensure patient care needs are met. As part of this process, a new ordering level has been developed to help triage these needs. ASAP can now be selected for patients who require an earlier appointment for medical decision-making but who are not STAT. STAT orders should be reserved for exams with a potential for critical results that could result in harm within hours or days if not treated. In order to be respectful of provider time, only critical findings will be called. See the full list and applicable scenarios online.


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Meet Our Breast Imaging Radiologists

Our fellowship-trained and subspecialized physician experts work exclusively in breast imaging. They are the ones reading and reporting on breast mammography, ultrasound, and MRI exams. See our full list of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., region specialists online.

 


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Schedule Mammograms Online

We want to make it easy for patients to schedule necessary appointments, including their mammograms.

Whether it’s their annual screening or a diagnostic appointment, patients can use MyChart to pick the date, time and location that is most convenient for them. Patients can learn how to schedule with step-by-step instructions online. Visit hopkinsmedicine.org/imaging/mychart.


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Order Wisely: Breast Imaging

Providers who want to learn more about ordering exams for common breast symptoms and pain as well as the latest standards on screening guidelines can read more and view common IMG codes online.

Learn more.


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Ask Our Medical Director, Jenny K. Hoang, M.B.B.S., M.H.S., M.B.A.

Q: Do all Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging sites offer 2D and 3D mammograms?

A: Yes, at Johns Hopkins we offer 2D and 3D digital mammography. We strongly encourage 3D mammography for its superior imaging qualities as it allows the radiologist to see the breast layer by layer, enhance fine details, and minimize overlapping tissue. 3D mammography can be taken at the same time as traditional 2D mammography without any significant time addition.

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