RADIOLOGY NEWS
Cybersecurity comes under intense scrutiny at RSNA 2021
November 30, 2021 -- Cybersecurity and safety have become major issues in global healthcare, and it's vital to address these topics because any radiology department or practice can easily become the victim of an attack, experts told RSNA 2021 attendees at a special session on Sunday. Read More
Austrian team unveils findings on abbreviated breast MRI
November 30, 2021 -- Researchers from Vienna have found that nonscanning time between abbreviated breast MRI exams contributes to workflow problems, preventing more patients from being imaged. They presented their results at RSNA 2021. Read More
To shake or not to shake hands? Enter the wristband
November 29, 2021 -- It's the dilemma facing every congress attendee these days: Do I shake hands with this colleague or not? In an enterprising attempt to solve this problem, colored wristbands are available at RSNA 2021 that indicate an individual's comfort level with contact. Read More
How to cope and survive in hard times
November 29, 2021 -- Everyone in radiology is struggling with seemingly insurmountable work pressures as the world seeks to recover from the pandemic, but how can we ensure we still do a good job for our patients? Dr. Giles Maskell presents a personal view. Read More
Philips unveils MRI product offerings on eve of RSNA 2021
November 26, 2021 -- With the start of RSNA 2021 fast approaching, Philips has revealed details about its new 1.5-tesla and 3-tesla MRI scanners, as well as software-based workflow enhancements. Read More
Saluti! Ultrasound can help make red wine even more drinkable
November 25, 2021 -- Researchers from Northern Italy have found that ultrasound used to treat red wine significantly affects some chemical properties and taste sensations of the beverage, while improving its color and texture by not degrading the micronutrients. Read More
Is low-dose CT adequate to diagnose appendicitis?
November 24, 2021 -- Investigators from Finland have found appendicitis can be diagnosed with a low-dose CT protocol just as well as with CT at a standard radiation dose. Low-dose CT can also differentiate between cases that may require surgery, they said. Read More
The show goes on: ESR vows to push ahead with in-person congress
November 23, 2021 -- The European Society of Radiology (ESR) is pressing on with plans to stage ECR 2022 as a face-to-face meeting in Vienna, despite the national lockdown that has now begun in Austria. Read More
Coroner gives verdict on patient death after 'wellness scan'
November 23, 2021 -- A coroner plans to refer two doctors -- including a radiologist -- to the Australian authorities after the death of a woman who had a "wellness scan," according to a local media report posted on 22 November. The coroner says profits were put before patients, and he is calling for an audit of all private radiology clinics. Read More
Aachen group gets set to unveil new findings on breast MRI
November 23, 2021 -- The German research team led by Dr. Christiane Kuhl has studied the systemic effects of intrauterine contraceptive devices on the body and believes this may have an impact on the accuracy of breast MRI. The group will present its results at RSNA 2021 in Chicago. Read More