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Dear MRI Insider,

MRI is a useful imaging tool for the primary assessment of the female urethra for both benign and malignant pathology, and is able to characterize incidentally depicted urethral lesions, genitourinary radiologists have reported.

In a practical and timely article posted today, researchers from the University of Cambridge in the U.K. and Cluj-Napoca in Romania have shared their clinical experiences and elaborated on the MRI protocol they use.

The finalists of the EuroMinnies 2022 award scheme have been announced, and MRI luminaries are among the finalists. Also, an MRI scanner features in the Best Radiology Device category.

The Maverinck has been involved in MRI research for more than 40 years, and he has extensive knowledge of the modality. He has written about MRI in his first column of 2022. Make sure you find out what's on his mind.

Meanwhile, interventional radiologists from the University Hospital of Bern in Switzerland have added the term "love bite" to the list of adverse reactions related to gadolinium-based contrast agents.

Many MRI users are acutely aware of the importance of minimizing the environmental damage caused by MRI. Linked to this, we have a report from France, where the national society of radiology, Société Française de Radiologie, has produced guidelines on how the medical imaging community can become greener.

This letter features only a few of the many reports posted recently in the MRI Community. Please scroll through the full list below, and feel free to contact me if you have ideas for future coverage.

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