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Utrecht showcases flagship AI infrastructure
October 18, 2019 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) infrastructure developed at the Utrecht University Medical Center (UMC) has enabled easier deployment of AI algorithms and enhanced workflow in daily routine practice, according to a presentation at the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics annual meeting in Valencia, Spain.  Discuss
Review of England screening programs seeks broad change
October 17, 2019 -- An independent review of adult screening programs in England -- including the country's breast cancer program -- has called for sweeping reform, including a new governance model and the replacement of outdated IT systems and imaging equipment.  Discuss
How do the Irish organize sports imaging?
October 17, 2019 -- Even if most countries don't have sports imaging as a specialty, most radiologists are exposed to sports-related injuries. In this interview, Dr. Patricia Cunningham, vice dean of the Faculty of Radiologists in Ireland, discusses the role of radiologists in diagnosing and managing sports injuries and how she handles the most common musculoskeletal cases.  Discuss
JFR: How to fight fear of peer review
October 16, 2019 -- More must be done to make peer review systematic and better integrated into workflow, delegates heard at the recent French national radiology congress (JFR). Furthermore, many French radiologists may fear review but unwittingly are doing it anyway, resulting in wide variation.  Discuss
U.K. group finds value in third-trimester ultrasound
October 16, 2019 -- U.K. researchers have found that ultrasound scans performed late in pregnancy -- such as at 35 to 37 weeks gestation -- can reveal a number of fetal abnormalities that may not have been evident on ultrasound scans conducted earlier, according to a study published on 8 October in Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology.  Discuss
JFR: Imaging offers hope for pediatric NASH patients
October 15, 2019 -- The epidemic of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in children is evolving even faster than that of obesity, according to a presentation at the French national radiology congress (JFR) in Paris. In the adult population, NASH has become a leading indication for liver transplantation; therefore, tools to detect and grade NASH in children are crucial for providing good follow-up and avoiding poor outcomes.  Discuss
JFR: New teleradiology scheme set to revolutionize public imaging
October 14, 2019 -- Members of the French radiology professional council speaking at the French national radiology congress (JFR) announced a new organizational strategy that they hope will galvanize teleradiology across state hospitals.  Discuss
How do Norwegians organize sports imaging?
October 14, 2019 -- A capable sports radiologist searches for subtle injuries in athletes, with even the smallest ones not to be overlooked, says Dr. Roar Pedersen, one of the founders of the Norwegian musculoskeletal imaging society. In this interview, he discusses the many aspects of sports imaging in Norway.  Discuss
JFR: France strives for local teleradiology alliances
October 11, 2019 -- A new teleradiology strategy looks set to galvanize collaboration between hospitals in western France, according to a presentation at the French national radiology congress (JFR). Dr. Jean-Yves Gauvrit told attendees how his hospital in Brittany is spearheading a new strategy to build a closer-knit teleradiology community among local radiologists.  Discuss
JFR: French AI initiative to play major role in algorithm validation
October 11, 2019 -- The French national radiology congress (JFR) kicked off officially on Friday with a strengthened focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. The discussion included an update on an ambitious project to create a national ecosystem in France for AI algorithm development.  Discuss
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