Structured radiology reports are crucial for adrenal incidentaloma workups

October 30, 2018 | Radiology Practice

New research published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology suggests a structured and thorough radiology report with the use of standardized terminology should be used to improve the treatment of adrenal incidentaloma. At present, inconsistent terms are used in radiology reports to describe adrenal incidentalomas that confuse referring physicians and lead to inadequate treatment policies.

The full article can be found here.

The unclear descriptions for adrenal incidentalomas in radiology reports can cause serious problems for physicians, and more importantly for the patients they are treating. The HealthMyne platform provides clear data that can be entered automatically into their reports, including quantitative metrics for all findings. Learn more about HealthMyne’s incidental findings workflow here.