Pre-op MRI finds added tumors with no major delay in surgery
March 4, 2011 -- VIENNA - Canadian researchers have found preoperative MRI scans can discover additional tumors in breast cancer patients without adversely delaying necessary surgery, according to a study presented Friday at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR). Read More
Siemens launches new digital x-ray units at ECR
March 4, 2011 -- Siemens Healthcare is launching a pair of new digital x-ray units at this week's European Congress of Radiology (ECR), including a new economical digital radiography system designed for emerging markets. Read More
GE launches Dexus reading software at ECR
March 4, 2011 -- VIENNA - GE Healthcare is using this week's European Congress of Radiology (ECR) to launch Dexus, a new software platform designed to provide a unified workflow environment for reading medical imaging studies. Read More
Molecular imaging is advancing, but still faces hurdles
March 3, 2011 -- VIENNA - Molecular imaging has become more reality than dream, but several obstacles remain before its potential in personalized medicine can be fully realized, according to a presentation Thursday at the European Congress of Radiology. Read More
ESOR scholarship program aims to build cooperation with China
March 3, 2011 -- The European School of Radiology (ESOR) has launched a bold initiative designed to forge stronger links between radiologists in China and Europe. Read More
Elastography advances but doesn't replace breast ultrasound
March 2, 2011 -- VIENNA - The future of ultrasound in breast imaging is elastography, according to the Advances in Ultrasound session Wednesday organized by the European Society of Breast Imaging. Read More
Weltfremd is of no value to your patients
March 1, 2011 -- Some days ago a fellow radiologist brought to my attention an article hidden at the end of a recent issue of Radiology. She considered the paper "weltfremd," which is one of those German words that are difficult to translate. Read More
Malignant breast masses spotted better with automated US
March 1, 2011 -- An automated breast ultrasound system (ABUS) provides significantly higher sensitivity for detecting malignant breast masses than for benign masses, according to a study published online February 16 in the European Journal of Radiology. Read More
Contrast-enhanced digital mammo improves cancer detection
March 1, 2011 -- When paired with mammography, dual-energy contrast-enhanced digital mammography (CEDM) is more diagnostically accurate than mammography or mammography plus ultrasound, according to a study in the March European Radiology. Read More
Danish firm Visiana tackles bone age evaluation
February 28, 2011 -- Bone age has typically been determined manually from hand x-rays by radiologists or pediatric endocrinologists, but this method is subjective and prone to reader variability. Danish company Visiana believes its automatic bone age assessment software can do the job better and faster. Read More
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