CARS opens with call for more PACS research June 23, 2005 -- BERLIN - After 23 years of academic research and commercial evolution into a clinically viable technology, does PACS merit another decade of additional R&D by the medical academic community? Dr. Davide Caramella, president of EuroPACS, addressed this question during a presentation Wednesday at the International Congress of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS).
View from the president: Professor Helen Carty scans ECR 2004 March 4, 2004 -- As ECR 2004 begins, AuntMinnie.com is pleased to present an in-depth interview with this year's president, Professor Helen Carty. She is a senior member of the Royal College of Radiologists, a consultant radiologist at the Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital, Alder Hey, and professor of pediatric radiology at the University of Liverpool in the U.K.
Radiology workstations need integration, automation March 15, 2002 -- SAN ANTONIO - Diagnostic radiology workstations have come a long way from the early days of PACS. But further progress can still be made, said Dr. Steven Horii in a presentation at the "PACS 2002: Implementing CR/DR and Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise" conference.
MRI algorithm envisions better look at the eyes July 24, 2000 -- British engineers have designed a post-processing algorithm that could give imaging specialists a better view of the orbital cavity and its surrounding structures with MRI.
Finnish team searches for better mammography CAD system June 30, 2000 -- SAN FRANCISCO - A fully automated computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) system that provides differential diagnosis for breast calcifications may prove superior to neural network-based CAD systems, but must face down several challenges before it can move past the conceptual phase, according to its Finnish designers.