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Wavelet CTA uncovers missed vessel occlusions in stroke
April 14, 2015 -- In the setting of acute stroke, wavelet transform CT angiography of the brain detects twice as many small-vessel occlusions as conventional single-phase CTA and provides substantially greater detail about them, researchers from Munich have found.
CT reveals ancient ammonite fossils' secrets
April 14, 2015 -- High-resolution CT is playing a key role in revealing the secrets of ammonites, a mollusk that lived at the bottom of the sea about 400 million years ago, according to paleontologists from Germany.
New grading system classifies athletes' muscle injuries
April 13, 2015 -- A muscle injury grading system developed primarily for hamstring problems in elite track and field athletes is gaining clinical acceptance, as evidence emerged at ECR 2015 in Vienna about its reliability.
MRI pinpoints malignancy in extramammary disease
April 10, 2015 -- Assessing the entire field-of-view carefully for abnormalities on breast MRI studies is vital, because some incidental extramammary findings are malignant, and this alters diagnostic workup, staging, and treatment, Croatian researchers have found.
Coregistered 3D US plus angio boosts aneurysm surgery
April 9, 2015 -- Combining rotational digital subtraction angiography with 3D ultrasound creates a powerful pair for guiding aneurysm surgery when images are dynamically coregistered during procedures, according to a new study by German researchers and published in PLOS One.
MRI provides answers on fetal facial clefts
April 8, 2015 -- When a facial abnormality is suspected on routine prenatal ultrasound, fetal MRI can provide valuable clinical information, particularly about the secondary palate, and help evaluate other fetal abnormalities, award-winning research has shown.
The functional charlatans
April 8, 2015 -- Functional brain imaging celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2015. To mark the occasion, the Maverinck reflects on the good, the bad, and the ugly, and finds that much research in the field is dubious, worrying, and malign.
Study advises MRI screening for high-risk pancreatic cancer patients
April 8, 2015 -- Swedish researchers believe that MRI could be the best imaging modality to screen people at high risk of pancreatic cancer, according to an 8 April study in JAMA Surgery. In a small study, they showed how using MRI to screen high-risk individuals found pancreatic lesions in 40% of patients.
CT texture analysis can help predict outcome
April 7, 2015 -- CT texture analysis of standard contrast-enhanced images in patients with colorectal liver metastases prior to treatment is showing promising results in predicting outcome before liver resection, according to Dr. Anselm Schulz from Oslo.
Global project aims to cut risk of secondary cancer
April 6, 2015 -- A combined U.K., U.S., and Belgian research effort aims to allow for tighter treatment planning margins and a greater sparing of normal tissues, reducing the toxicity and risk of secondary cancers to the patient.
What does the future hold for premium ultrasound systems?
April 2, 2015 -- Growth in point-of-care applications, workhorse solutions, and cost-efficiency dominate trends in the ultrasound market. However, premium systems, those sold for more than 100,000 euros, still have a key place in the market.
ECR 2015: 5 free radiology apps for your smartphone
April 1, 2015 -- A researcher from France has developed five mobile applications that are available for free on Google Play and are designed for use in daily practice to provide efficiency gains for radiologists and improve the accuracy of reports. Details were presented at ECR 2015 and the apps have already been downloaded over 8,000 times.
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