Radiology News
Imaging reveals perils of world's oldest field game
August 20, 2014 -- New research conducted in the Irish Republic has highlighted the dangers of hurling, the world's oldest field game. In spite of more protective measures, musculoskeletal injuries remain common among young adults and are encountered frequently by the country's radiologists.
Long reports prone to speech recognition errors
August 19, 2014 -- Perhaps not surprisingly, long and complicated radiology reports that include many positive or unexplained findings have a higher risk for the presence of text errors mistakenly inserted by speech recognition software, according to research from National Health Service Grampian in the U.K.
U.K. group issues report on CT radiation dose
August 18, 2014 -- A U.K. government group has issued a report on CT radiation dose that documents the population's rising exposure to medical radiation, and makes recommendations for reducing the cancer risk from that exposure.
Interventional radiologists need to follow shielding protocols
August 15, 2014 -- Patients must be protected from unnecessary radiation exposure, but what about radiologists who perform interventional exams, particularly CT-guided procedures? German researchers found that radiologists have a low risk of overexposure -- if appropriate precautions are taken.
Beyond cancer: Novel radiotherapy targets
August 14, 2014 -- Radiation therapy is a mainstay treatment for a wide range of cancers. But, according to German researchers, radiotherapy could also prove promising for treating conditions such as atrial fibrillation or hypertension.
Pilot study shows PET/MRI's benefits for large-vessel vasculitis
August 13, 2014 -- Evidence supporting the clinical value of PET/MRI continues to mount, as a small study from Germany has found that the hybrid modality is effective for evaluating patients with large-vessel vasculitis.
EJR: Everything you need to know about CT dose
August 12, 2014 -- All healthcare staff have a responsibility to avoid unnecessarily high radiation dose, but the key players remain diagnostic radiologists who can and should integrate the necessary information and decide upon scan protocols, according to an article published by European Journal of Radiology.
Lung CAD scheme aces preliminary test
August 11, 2014 -- A newly revamped lung computer-aided detection (CAD) algorithm has shown outstanding accuracy in a study of lung lesions from a database and generated few false positives, according to a study published online on 24 July by European Radiology.
Siemens to sell Health Services to Cerner
August 8, 2014 -- Siemens Healthcare has agreed to sell its Health Services business to healthcare information systems firm Cerner for nearly 1 billion euros in cash, transforming the face of healthcare IT by combining the two companies' workforces to become the largest provider in the field.
CT proves value for pulmonary embolism in pregnancy
August 7, 2014 -- A relatively large U.K. study has provided fresh evidence that CT pulmonary angiograms result in positive outcomes when diagnosing pulmonary embolism in pregnant women, for whom the incidence of venous thromboembolism is four times greater than in the nonpregnant population.
Blue-sky thinking: France acts to solve staffing crisis
August 6, 2014 -- French radiologists have welcomed a significant loosening of the specialty's quotas for the next five years. The initiative is designed to cope with the looming shortage of radiologists and rising demand for imaging, but will it be enough to meet the country's long-term recruitment challenges?
ICR 2014 organizers use new tactics to lure 5K delegates
August 6, 2014 -- For the first time in its almost 90-year history, the International Congress of Radiology (ICR) will benefit from a fully integrated scientific program with global participation in every session, according to the event organizers. An estimated 5,000 delegates are expected at ICR 2014, to be held in Dubai in September.
Standard mammography image processing best for calcifications
August 5, 2014 -- Standard image processing algorithms help mammography detect calcification clusters more effectively than low-contrast or film-screen algorithms and could reduce false positives, according to a U.K. study published in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.
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