Strain elastography shows liver stiffness in long-COVID patients
March 13, 2023 -- Ultrasonic strain elastography shows higher liver stiffness measures in recovered long COVID-19 patients, researchers from Turkey told ECR 2023 attendees. As COVID-19 runs its course, liver enzymes may be elevated and liver insufficiency can develop, they said. Read More
Microwave ablation effective in treating thyroid microcarcinoma
March 10, 2023 -- Microwave ablation can effectively treat papillary thyroid microcarcinoma using ultrasound to identify capsular invasion -- an approach which has been typically avoided due to safety concerns, suggests new research. Read More
CTPA shows patients with omicron COVID-19 are at higher PE risk
March 9, 2023 -- CT pulmonary angiography (CTPA) shows that omicron COVID-19 increases patients' risk of pulmonary embolism (PE), according to a U.K. study presented on March 5 at ECR 2023 in Vienna. Read More
Team Lille reports novel results on dose in photon-counting CT
March 8, 2023 -- The influential research group headed up by Prof. Martine Rémy-Jardin, PhD, of the University Centre of Lille, France, has found that photon-counting CT can reduce radiation dose for coronary CT angiography exams by more than a third compared with dual-source CT. Read More
Reporting errors come under close scrutiny at ECR 2023
March 7, 2023 -- The most effective way to not make mistakes at work is to stay at home, and do no work. That's the (ironic) view of ECR 2023 President Prof. Adrian Brady, who spoke at a special session about errors held on 4 March. Read More
Video from ECR 2023: Uliana Pidvalna on life in Ukraine
March 6, 2023 -- VIENNA - The daily lives of radiologists in Ukraine have changed dramatically since the Russian invasion. But how exactly? In an impassioned and moving interview, researcher and university lecturer Dr. Uliana Pidvalna, PhD, gives a personal account of how life has been transformed over the past year. Read More
Video from ECR 2023: Thomas Ruder on forensic imaging
March 6, 2023 -- VIENNA - What does the work of a forensic radiologist involve? How can you become established in this area, and how do you avoid burnout? Dr. Thomas Ruder from Bern, Switzerland, provides insight into the world of forensic imaging and shares his experiences. Read More
Paul Parizel shines light on MRI's role in diagnosis of acute stroke
March 6, 2023 -- VIENNA - CT has long been the go-to modality for the diagnosis of acute stroke, and its benefits are many. But MRI shows growing promise as an effective alternative, past ECR president Prof. Paul Parizel told attendees. Read More
Video from ECR 2023: Meike Vernooij on population imaging
March 6, 2023 -- VIENNA - How does a professor of population imaging spend her day? And what makes Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, such a successful research facility and a special place to work? Neuroradiologist Prof. Meike Vernooij, PhD, addressed these and other questions in an interview at ECR 2023. Read More
AI and workflow take center stage for Philips at ECR 2023
March 5, 2023 -- VIENNA - Enhancements in its portfolio of artificial intelligence (AI) and imaging informatics software were among the featured technologies on display for Philips at ECR 2023. Read More
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