Goh provides glimpse into future world of hybrid imaging
November 9, 2021 -- How can the clinical potential of PET/MRI be unlocked? What challenges lie ahead? Cancer imaging expert Prof. Vicky Goh took out her crystal ball and provided some insight into the future role of PET/MRI and how both modalities can be integrated effectively. She also touched on PET/CT. Read More
AI can boost cancer detection in CT lung screening
November 2, 2021 -- A Dutch-led research group has published new evidence that artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can perform comparably to radiologists in detecting lung cancer on low-dose CT screening examinations. Read More
What's really happening in the global breast imaging market?
November 1, 2021 -- Major change is underway in the market for worldwide breast imaging equipment. Analyst Bhvita Jani from Signify Research assesses the impact of the pandemic and looks at the key trends and drivers. Read More
Imaging makes sustained progress in psychiatric disorders
October 21, 2021 -- Artificial intelligence coupled with advanced functional imaging will produce more specific diagnoses in a wide range of psychiatric disorders that are notoriously difficult to diagnose, and ultimately technology can lead to more personalized therapy, according to French experts. Read More
New report adds fuel to impassioned debate on outsourcing
October 19, 2021 -- The publication of a comprehensive report that lifts the lid on the true cost of the U.K. radiology's reliance on outsourcing has generated a strong response. Clinical radiologists Drs. Giles Maskell and Paul McCoubrie give their views. Read More
Deep learning makes clinical and diagnostic progress in otology
October 14, 2021 -- There is an urgent need to develop artificial intelligence algorithms for ear, nose, and throat applications, Dr. Loïc Gaillandre from Lille reported at the French national congress, Journées Francophones de Radiologie. Read More
U.K./Dutch team finds evidence gap in automated MRI analysis of dementia
October 13, 2021 -- Investigators from leading facilities in London and the Netherlands have identified a "significant evidence gap" for the use of many available automated volumetric MRI reporting applications in the diagnosis of dementia. Read More
Dutch team uses AI to enhance value of MRI in dense breasts
October 7, 2021 -- Researchers from Utrecht in the Netherlands have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that dismissed nearly 40% of breast MRI scans without lesions while not missing any cancers in women with dense breasts. It offers hope as a triage tool, they say. Read More
Germany puts renewed emphasis on interdisciplinary AI research
October 6, 2021 -- Radiology's future success depends on its ability to collaborate with other disciplines and perform high-quality artificial intelligence (AI) research, says Prof. Dr. Ulrike Attenberger. In a Q&A interview, she elaborates on Germany's strategy and approach. Read More
Ranschaert: Implement practical measures now to protect AI data
October 5, 2021 -- As access to digital medical data becomes more widespread in tandem with the growing development of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, the implementation of safeguards like anonymization, pseudonymization, and encryption are essential to ensure patient safety, according to informatics expert Dr. Erik Ranschaert, PhD. Read More