Swiss team finds hot weather causes a spike in emergency CT scans
December 1, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Researchers from the University of Basel have reported that trauma CT scan volume can be forecasted on the basis of weather data. They presented their findings on 30 November at RSNA 2022. Read More
Take a road trip to discover true state of radiology, Halliday urges
November 28, 2022 -- Hop on a bus or jump on the train if you really want to find out what's happening in imaging departments, Dr. Kath Halliday, president of the U.K. Royal College of Radiologists (RCR), told RSNA 2022 attendees at a special session held in Chicago on Monday. Read More
Much to gain from AI in hybrid imaging, but mind the gap
November 16, 2022 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) can boost image quality and analysis and prediction in hybrid imaging, but clinicians must remain cautious with algorithms because they are not always reliable in clinical practice, a French expert in translational imaging has warned. Read More
Can machine learning plus CBCT predict blood leaks in stroke?
November 1, 2022 -- Can machine learning used with conebeam CT (CBCT) help clinicians to predict whether patients who have experienced stroke will have peripheral bleeding after they've undergone thrombectomy? Perhaps, Italian investigators say. Read More
Spanish team shows promise of virtual reality in TAVR procedures
October 31, 2022 -- A research group from Barcelona has reported positive findings about a virtual reality headset that uses information from multidetector CT to help interventional radiologists tailor transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures. Read More
AI provides boost for identifying breast lesion subtypes
October 31, 2022 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) model trained with mammography images can help to identify breast lesion subtypes and improve the effectiveness of biopsies, according to a study published on 25 October in Radiology. Read More
Morozov gives top tips on how to integrate AI in hospitals
October 19, 2022 -- VALENCIA - As the global shortage of radiology specialists grows, adopting "the 7P approach" (practicality, pragmatism, product, price, place, promotion, passion) to implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) can guarantee patient safety with fewer resources. That's the view of AI guru Dr. Sergey Morozov. Read More
Prokop calls for emphasis on workflow to help pay for AI
October 18, 2022 -- VALENCIA -- The next generation of radiology AI systems needs to focus much more on workflow and efficiency gains to make them affordable and attractive to use in clinical practice, according to Dutch expert Prof. Dr. Mathias Prokop, PhD. Read More
Get AI companies to provide more evidence, Harvey urges
October 3, 2022 -- Developers of artificial intelligence (AI) are still learning what they can and can't get away with, and users of the technology must insist the companies verify the claims they make about the benefits of products, according to AI expert Dr. Hugh Harvey. Read More
What's new in Paris? Interview with JFR 2022 president
September 20, 2022 -- For the first time, the upcoming Journées Francophones de Radiologie (JFR) in Paris will feature a verbal contest between six societies. Congress President Prof. François Cotton speaks about this and other innovations at JFR 2022 and discusses his own career and background. Read More