ARGANZ promotes evidence-based best practice in abdominal imaging and here registered website users can access helpful resources to aid scanning and reporting.
ARGANZ recognises that frequently new techniques emerge ahead of good evidence and sometimes a good test is underutilized due to either Medicare eligibility factors, or incomplete understanding by referring clinicians. To help with such issues, ARGANZ has recommendations for our members in terms of scanning and reporting and has compiled information to assist in discussions with clinicians about certain examinations. Note these are the opinions of ARGANZ and do not necessarily reflect the position of RANZCR. Please also see clinical guidelines for nationally endorsed guidelines.
- ARGANZ Statement on CT Colonography during COVID-19, click here to view and download
- ARGANZ position on CTC utilisation (The full ARGANZ update on CTC is available, click here to view and download
- ARGANZ CTC guide for referrers (A useful fact sheet about CTC for discussion with referrers is available, click here to view and download
ARGANZ recommends following national scanning and reporting guidelines in abdominal imaging where available. Radiologists are encouraged to familiarise themselves with scanning, CPD and reporting statements in the documents listed below.
- Rectal MRI: Clinical practice guidelines for the prevention, early detection and management of colorectal cancer. click here to view
- Prostate MRI: RANZCR Prostate MRI Professional Development Guideline. click here to view
Updated 8th April, 2020