Week in Review: What do only radiologists know? | Imaging of football injuries | PET/CT advances in prostate cancer

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

He's far too modest to say it, but Dr. Giles Maskell knows a lot about radiology. So when he told me his new column would be about the five main rules of radiology that other doctors struggle to understand, I was instantly excited.

We posted this thought-provoking column on Tuesday, and it's easily our most viewed article this week. Find out more in the CT Community.

The women's Euros 2022 football championship started on Wednesday and will run until the end of July. This event seems certain to boost interest in women's football across Europe, and to mark the occasion, our second top story is about imaging's role in diagnosing football injuries in female players. Go to our MRI Community.

How does PET/CT compare with MRI as a modality for detecting prostate cancer? Australian researchers have addressed this question, and they presented their results on 3 July at the annual congress of the European Association of Urology in Amsterdam. Learn more in the Molecular Imaging Community.

Structured reporting tends to divide opinion, but significant progress is being made by radiologists in Germany, according to Dr. Daniel Pinto dos Santos from Cologne. He's shared his experiences in a Q&A interview.

Radiation dose is always a serious concern in pediatric imaging. A research group from the United Arab Emirates has developed a technique designed to optimize radiation dose in anteroposterior chest x-rays for neonates, and their work merits a close look.

Looking ahead, over three years have passed since the European Congress of Radiology took place onsite in Vienna. Excitement must be building now ahead of next week's event. Our editorial team will be there to bring you live news from the meeting, so watch out for our coverage from 13 July. We can't wait!

Page 1 of 1240
Next Page