Tumor-analysis tool can help predict survival November 26, 2014 -- Texture analysis may still be experimental, but it's becoming a leading cancer research technique in several institutions around the world. Technology developed in the U.K. is being applied to MR and CT images to predict the aggressiveness and prognosis of cancers throughout the body.
Study: Results may vary with cardiac PET software November 19, 2014 -- Cardiac PET software applications can produce significantly different results in myocardial blood-flow analysis, a multinational research team reported in the November issue of JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging.
Tread carefully on lung cancer screening, U.K. experts urge November 18, 2014 -- For effective implementation of lung cancer screening, start with a program targeting those most at risk and employ pathways minimizing risk of harm, including those due to overdiagnosis, and then expand as unanswered issues are clarified, U.K. specialists have advocated.
Meeting the challenge of imaging the head and neck November 17, 2014 -- Today's head and neck radiologists play a key role guiding examinations and reporting them. Dr. Florian Dammann, chair of the German Radiological Society's Head and Neck Diagnostics Working Group, explains more about the subspecialty in this interview.
Constant change characterizes RSNA's first 100 years November 14, 2014 -- This month sees the 100th RSNA meeting, but the pace of change has been particularly rapid during the past three decades. Today's industrial landscape is entirely different, radiology has gone digital and global, and the leading modalities have developed and matured.
British Museum shows how CT enlivens the ancient dead October 24, 2014 -- Eight mummies and interactive CT images are part of a special exhibition, "Ancient lives, new discoveries," which runs at the British Museum in London until the end of November. Dr. Daniel Antoine and one of two curators of the exhibition gave AuntMinnieEurope.com a guided tour.