RADIOLOGY NEWS
Scottish researcher Fiona Denison, 51, dies of COVID-19 complications
January 12, 2022 -- Prof. Fiona Denison, an obstetrician who had a keen interest in ultrasound, multidisciplinary research, and global health, died on 9 January after contracting COVID-19, according to a statement by the Edinburgh Medical School and reports in the national media. Read More
And then there were 9: Election fever grips U.K. radiology
January 11, 2022 -- Nine candidates are standing in this month's election for the top job in U.K. radiology -- president of the Royal College of Radiologists. The contest is already causing quite a stir on social media. Read More
Dutch team shines light on cost-effectiveness of lung screening
January 11, 2022 -- A new Dutch-led study has shown that combined low-dose CT screening for lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and cardiovascular disease can be cost-effective -- and it is likely to be more cost-effective than screening for lung cancer only. Read More
Danes show value of breast ultrasound in margin assessment
January 10, 2022 -- Researchers from Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark have reported that breast ultrasound has the highest pooled sensitivity, specificity, and area under the curve for margin assessment compared to radiography, digital breast tomosynthesis, and micro-CT. Read More
What's happening in the worldwide digital x-ray market?
January 7, 2022 -- The fixed digital radiography (DR) market looks set to rebound, as budgets and investment return to fixed radiography rooms, and spending on high-end DR devices is also poised to rise again. Analyst Graham Cooke assesses the latest market trends across the globe. Read More
Radiographer exposed child to '50 times more radiation' in x-ray exam
January 6, 2022 -- A radiographer administered 50 times more radiation than was required during an x-ray of a child, and she also took an x-ray of the wrong ankle of an adult patient, a U.K. disciplinary panel has heard. Read More
Viennese team highlights brain changes in multiple sclerosis
January 6, 2022 -- Austrian scientists have used 7-tesla proton MR spectroscopy to identify changes in the brains of patients with multiple sclerosis. Their findings could translate to earlier diagnosis and treatment. Read More
CT illuminates ancient Egyptian mummy of Amenhotep I
January 5, 2022 -- Imaging has revealed detailed information about Amenhotep I, a 3,500-year-old wrapped mummy. The Egyptian study involved a noninvasive virtual "unwrapping" of the mummy layer by layer, and has provided new data about the pharaoh's appearance and age at time of death. Read More
Changes lie ahead in 2022 for European Diploma in Radiology
January 4, 2022 -- The European Board of Radiology is relishing the prospect of meeting the profession's training needs in 2022 with an even better European Diploma in Radiology, writes Prof. Dr. Laura Oleaga, PhD. Read More
PET with blood test can assist in Alzheimer's clinical trials
January 3, 2022 -- An international group led by Swedish researchers has found that PET imaging combined with a new blood test for Alzheimer's disease may be the best approach to identify people to participate in clinical drug trials. Read More