Tributes to Guy Sebag; N. Irish invest in lung screening; PET/MRI matches PET/CT in NSCLC

The sudden death of Dr. Guy Sebag cast a shadow over last week's RSNA meeting, particularly for French delegates and the global pediatric imaging community. The minute's silence for him at the reception of the French Society of Radiology was impeccably observed, and no doubt attendees were only too aware of the many sick children, as well as trainees and colleagues, who would be deprived of his expertise, dedication, and passion.

As our tribute, we asked those who knew him well to comment on his life and achievements. Get the story here.

In lung cancer screening, all the recent talk has been about the use of CT, but the Northern Irish are convinced x-ray still has a role to play in this area. To read about the start of their new pilot project, go to our Digital X-Ray Community, or click here.

Steady progress in imaging non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is also being made by PET/MRI experts. Investigators from Zurich presented data about the technique at RSNA 2014, and they've shared some clinical images with us. Read Wayne Forrest's news report in the Molecular Imaging Community, or click here.

As the qualifying stages of the UEFA Champions League reach their climax, the all-important medical issue is how soon an injured player is fit to return to action. Important German research on this topic was presented at the Chicago meeting. Visit our MRI Community, or click here.

Carrying on the sporting theme, our Vienna-based editorial advisory board member Dr. Claudia Schueller-Weidekamm and her colleagues have provided a special case report about a 28-year-old cyclist who presented with weakness of the arm and hand after an accident. Click here to take the test.

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