RADIOLOGY NEWS
Thoracic radiologists give top tips for CT evaluation of lung parenchyma
March 29, 2021 -- What do the specialists say when it comes to the notoriously tricky area of CT evaluation of lung parenchyma? ECR 2021 registrants received sound, practical advice from expert speakers at a special focus session. Read More
WHO reveals shake-up in use of imaging to fight tuberculosis
March 26, 2021 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended tuberculosis screening should include the use of computer-aided detection applications in chest radiography. The International Society of Radiology organized a webinar on the topic on 23 March. Read More
Rules of Radiology: A guide for the perplexed and open-minded
March 25, 2021 -- Can radiology practice be enhanced by considering and abiding by rules? Certainly, writes Dr. Adrian Brady, who recommends an entertaining and informative new book on the topic. Read More
40% of radiologists fear being replaced by AI, survey says
March 25, 2021 -- A large global survey of radiologists and trainees has found that almost half have an open and positive attitude to artificial intelligence (AI), but nearly 40% are afraid they will be replaced by the technology. Read More
How to overcome chronic stress, avoid burnout, and build resilience
March 24, 2021 -- What is the secret to being happy, healthy, and resilient? Expert speakers gave their tips and advice and spoke about their own experiences during a professional issues session held at ECR 2021. Read More
Revealed: The truth behind Norway's 'high-earning' radiologists
March 23, 2021 -- A survey has found that Norway has the best-paid radiologists in Europe, but this is misleading and false, writes Dr. Anagha Parkar. She provides a reality check about the working lives of Norwegian radiologists. Read More
Milan team uses ultrasound to show COVID-19's impact on thyroid
March 23, 2021 -- Ultrasound is providing useful clinical information about the impact of COVID-19 infection on the thyroid, and it shows that the disease can cause atypical thyroid inflammation, Italian researchers have reported. Read More
What type of incidental findings are found in prostate MRI?
March 22, 2021 -- The growth of prostate MRI has led to an increase in the number of incidental findings, some of which may be clinically significant, and radiologists should play a central role in their detection, according to Spanish researchers. Read More
MRI helps detect lesion caused by injection of facial dermal filler
March 22, 2021 -- Imaging proved essential in treating a 62-year-old woman with infections and a 15-mm lesion resulting from injection with a facial dermal filler. German authors have told the full story in a new case report. Read More
High-field versus low-field MRI: Is it time for a rethink?
March 19, 2021 -- The long-running debate over field-strength in MRI has divided scientists for decades and caused immeasurable damage, but there now appears to be a growing consensus that multiple different techniques can flourish and complement each other. Read More