Inside Imaging Newsletter- April 2023

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Outpatient Treatment for BPH Symptoms

Interventional Radiology (IR) offers prostate artery embolization (PAE), a minimally invasive outpatient treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) symptoms. IR physicians insert a catheter in the wrist to access the venous system and block the blood supply to the prostate. This causes the prostate to shrink, and improves symptoms. Patients return home a few hours after the procedure. PAE is offered at both Green Spring Station and JHH.

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STAT vs ASAP Reminder

Thank you for your collaboration as we rolled out a new urgency level for ordering imaging exams. A reminder that ordering physicians can now choose the ASAP option to indicate exams that are urgently needed for decision making. The STAT option is still available for exams that have a potential for critical results that could result in harm within hours or days if not treated. 
Read the full flyer with more details.


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Cardiac Services Across JHMI

We are committed to providing excellent care and offer a range of cardiac imaging options across our four locations. See a grid of where we offer cardiac CTA, cardiac CT calcium score, and cardiac MRI exams.
See more about our cardiac services


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Meet Our Cardiac Imaging Radiologists

Meet our subspecialized cardiac imaging radiologists who exclusively interpret cardiac system imaging, including anatomy and function of the heart and vessels. Our faculty members read image results for all Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging sites.
See more about our cardiac imaging radiologists


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Order Wisely: Body CT Imaging

Read about the imaging appropriateness criteria for CT imaging of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis for common conditions and diseases including when to order without contrast, only with IV contrast, or with and without IV contrast.