Week in Review: What does it mean to be resilient? | Achenbach on Christian Eriksen | COVID-19's impact on pediatric imaging

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

Being a Yorkshireman in the north of England, Dr. Chris Hammond doesn't go in for sugarcoating or superficiality. He gets straight to the point.

His latest column is a powerful, raw, and highly personal opinion piece about the memorable patients he's treated and the need to build resilience. It's a compelling read. Head over to the MRI Community for the full article.

The collapse of Christian Eriksen, Denmark's top-class midfielder, in last Saturday's Euros game against Finland was a chilling sight for anyone who saw it, according to renowned cardiac imaging expert Prof. Dr. Stephan Achenbach. He shared his thoughts with us about sudden cardiac death.

The UK Imaging & Oncology Congress has continued online this week, and we've got an informative and practical article from a leading children's hospital about how pediatric imaging has changed over the past 15 months.

Meanwhile, Spanish researchers have shown that artificial intelligence-based analysis of 3D SPECT exams can help physicians to determine a patient's stage of Parkinson's disease. Their results deserve a close look in the Molecular Imaging Community.

Wherever possible, we try to post a short tribute to radiologists who've died of COVID-19. It's so important to ensure these people are remembered. The latest fatality is the 61-year-old celebrity radiologist Dr. Chinna Dua, who died in India on 11 June. Please contact me if you've lost any of your own radiology colleagues in the pandemic.

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