RADIOLOGY NEWS
Imaging plays central role in development of women's football
July 6, 2022 -- The European Women's Football Championship kicks off on 6 July. To mark the event, Dr. Eddie Craghill explains why a deeper understanding of female-based injuries, rehabilitation, and research using MRI is now vital. Read More
5 things that only a radiologist will know and understand
July 5, 2022 -- Good clinical practice demands that medical doctors share their knowledge to support patient care, but there are still some things that only a radiologist can really understand, writes Dr. Giles Maskell. In his latest column, he provides five examples. Read More
German IT group reveals progress on structured reporting
July 4, 2022 -- Structured reporting continues to generate interest, but clinical implementation remains relatively slow across Europe. This Q&A interview with informatics expert Dr. Daniel Pinto dos Santos focuses on how German radiology is approaching this important area. Read More
Chest x-ray technique can cut radiation dose in infants
July 1, 2022 -- Chest radiography is the most frequently used imaging modality in neonatal intensive care units. Researchers have found that radiation doses to neonates undergoing chest x-rays can be significantly reduced by using a novel method. Read More
Photon-counting CT proves value in driving down imaging dose
June 30, 2022 -- Photon-counting CT is showing promise as a way of reducing radiation dose by more than a third, researchers from Tübingen in Germany have reported. It enables oncologic abdominal CT with a much reduced dose while retaining image quality similar to dual-energy CT, they say. Read More
Heated debate resurfaces over breast screening’s effectiveness
June 29, 2022 -- A known anti-mammography screening research group has reignited the controversy over breast screening by claiming the technology’s benefits have significantly decreased over time while its harms (i.e., overdiagnosis) remain unchanged. Dr. László Tabár has issued a response. Read More
Ultrasound can be challenging for plastic surgeons
June 29, 2022 -- Interpreting ultrasonic images for use in plastic surgery can be challenging, including when it comes to lymphatic vessels or when no other information is available, a Spanish study published on 28 June in the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery found. Read More
Will you have to wear a face mask in Vienna next month?
June 28, 2022 -- Wearing a face mask won’t be mandatory at ECR 2022, but it will be required on public transport during a week when the Rolling Stones and Guns N’ Roses are playing at huge gigs in Vienna. Congress organizers say they will not check on ECR delegates’ COVID-19 vaccination status. Read More
Europe lags behind on clinical implementation of AI
June 28, 2022 -- A new European survey suggests that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in clinical radiology remains limited, largely because the impact of these tools on the reduction of radiologists' workload is still unproven. Read More
CT shines new light on SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant
June 27, 2022 -- The SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant shows fewer and less severe changes on chest CT than its delta variant predecessor, but it does have at least one distinct manifestation, U.K. researchers have reported. Read More