How common is missed diagnosis in pancreatic cancer?
October 11, 2022 -- A new multidisciplinary study has suggested that pancreatic cancer remains a notoriously difficult diagnosis. In 600 confirmed cases of pancreatic cancer, 46 patients failed to have their cancer diagnosed through their first scan, representing a missed cancer rate of 7.7%. Read More
MR-guided biopsies and transurethral ablation give hope in prostate care
October 11, 2022 -- PARIS -- Clinical advances in MRI-guided percutaneous diagnosis and emerging treatment options for prostate tumors were discussed in depth during a special session at the French national radiology congress, JFR 2022. Read More
Video from JFR 2022: Gangi on French radiology and burnout
October 10, 2022 -- PARIS - How do the public and private sectors work together in French radiology? Prof. Afshin Gangi from Strasbourg shed light on France's unique system. In a video interview at the French national radiology congress, JFR, he also speaks about how his team avoids burnout. Read More
Video from JFR 2022: Le Bihan on diffusion MRI and breast screening
October 7, 2022 -- PARIS - Prof. Denis Le Bihan received the prestigious Antoine Béclère medal on the opening day of the French national radiology congress, JFR. He discusses his current projects in this exclusive onsite video interview. Read More
Le Bihan shines light on music's role in brain development
October 4, 2022 -- What impact does music have on our most important organ? The renowned French neuroradiologist Prof. Denis Le Bihan, PhD, speaks about the imaging particularities of musical brains and how playing an instrument and music exposure improves the cognitive mind. Read More
Attention switches to MRI safety and cardiac devices
September 29, 2022 -- MRI safety must involve a multidisciplinary team effort to arrive at good local decisions, according to a leading specialist in the field. Also, he described how the U.K. has looked in-depth at MRI scans on patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices. Read More
Will there be a winter peak in vaccine-related axillary adenopathy?
September 28, 2022 -- Unilateral axillary adenopathy is a common side effect of COVID-19 vaccination, and more cases will be encountered by radiologists in future booster programs, researchers from a top London facility have reported. Read More
Low-field MRI proves value in monitoring COVID-19 lung damage
September 22, 2022 -- Low-field MRI offers an alternative to CT for tracking persistent lung damage in children who have recovered from COVID-19 or have long COVID, German researchers have reported. They published their findings on 19 September in Radiology. 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
Imaging demonstrates how HIV scores 'direct hit' to heart muscle
September 16, 2022 -- The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) may have an impact on the heart not only via the development of coronary artery disease but also by a "direct hit to the heart muscle," a team of researchers from a top London facility has found. Read More