Week in Review: Special focus on sports imaging | U.K. rejoins Horizon scheme | New column from Giles Maskell

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

As every sports fan knows, September is a vintage month: Rugby World Cup, U.S. Open tennis finals, Ryder Cup golf, Champions' League group stage, the list goes on ...

To whet your appetite, we've posted a special feature about imaging of soccer, weightlifting, and bodybuilding injuries. Musculoskeletal specialists from the U.K. and Egypt have shared their experiences, including four sets of clinical images, in the MRI Community.

Medical imaging and AI research received a welcome boost this week, when the U.K. rejoined Horizon Europe. Two senior radiologists have reacted positively to the news.

Have you ever heard of "taskification"? Radiologists probably need to become more familiar with this term, just as they've had to learn about "commoditization," wrote Dr. Giles Maskell in a new column.

In another popular report, a French team showed how CT can assist in identifying patients who are likely to suffer an ischemic stroke after undergoing left atrial appendage occlusion. Find out more in the CT Community.

Predicting how multiple sclerosis will progress can be tricky, and biomarkers are needed that can help to distinguish between patients who will show rapid disability accumulation and those who will remain stable. A German group has used MRI to investigate the effectiveness of these biomarkers.

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