Week in Review: Breast screening's great debate | Golf after a hip replacement | Optimum use of PET/MRI

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

To bring clarity, common sense, and sound knowledge to the ongoing debate over breast cancer screening, who better to turn to than Dr. Ritse Mann, chair of the Scientific Committee of the European Society of Breast Imaging?

The news report about Mann's presentation and the panel discussion at the recent connAction event is our most viewed article this week. Find out more in the Women's Imaging Community.

A constant dilemma facing golfers is whether it's safe to return to play after a hip replacement. Researchers from Japan have shined a light on this topic with some novel analysis.

It speaks volumes about the clinical potential of PET/MRI that two talented radiologists like Dr. Nadya Pyatigorskaya, PhD, and Dr. Katja Pinker-Domenig, PhD, should choose to conduct research into the optimum use of this modality.

Pyatigorskaya and her colleagues in Paris recently presented the findings of a study involving 273 patients with upper aerodigestive tract cancer who underwent PET/MRI at the world-famous Pitié-Salpêtrière University Hospital between 2015 and 2020. Their results deserve a close look.

Also in the Molecular Imaging Community, you can learn from Pinker-Domenig about her latest thoughts on the use of the hybrid technique in breast imaging. Don't miss our video interview.

Last but definitely not least, we bring you important news from a top research facility in London about how shorter scan times promise to broaden access to MRI as a first-line modality for cognitive disease.

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