RADIOLOGY NEWS
Dutch team issues positive AI results for dense breasts
January 23, 2023 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) system that combines mammography and ultrasound data is comparable to radiologists for detecting cancer in women with dense breasts, a group from the Netherlands Cancer Institute has found. Read More
Where do we stand now with handheld ultrasound scanners?
January 23, 2023 -- Handheld ultrasound has not yet reached mainstream adoption, but the technology is evolving fast and the worldwide market for systems continues to grow steadily, a report from Signify Research has found. Read More
DWI-MRI helps breast cancer patients' chemotherapy response
January 20, 2023 -- Diffusion-weighted MRI (DWI-MRI) can help predict breast cancer patients' response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy, Belgian authors have reported in a study published by Nature Scientific Reports. Read More
Meet the 18 finalists for the EuroMinnies 2023 awards
January 19, 2023 -- Excitement is building in the EuroMinnies, AuntMinnieEurope.com's annual awards scheme. Today we can reveal the list of finalists. In the four "people awards," the eight candidates come from eight different European nations, providing confirmation that talent is spread right across the continent. Read More
New PET radiotracer shows promise for rare brain disorder diagnosis
January 19, 2023 -- PET imaging with an experimental radiotracer called F-18 Florzolotau shows promise for the diagnosis of early progressive supranuclear palsy, a team of researchers has found. Read More
How can coronary CT angiography improve patient outcomes in CAD?
January 18, 2023 -- The optimum use of coronary CT angiography can have a positive impact on coronary artery disease (CAD) cases by reducing hospitalizations for heart attacks and mortality rates, U.K. researchers have reported. Read More
Top tips on setting up, organizing, future-proofing a CTC service
January 17, 2023 -- A multidisciplinary group in the U.K. has released a free-to-download 18-page document about the practical aspects of running a successful CT colonography (CTC) clinic and planning for the future. Read More
MR spectroscopy distinguishes recurrent brain tumors from necrosis
January 17, 2023 -- MR spectroscopy imaging can effectively distinguish between recurrent brain tumors and necrosis in patients who have undergone radiation treatment, an Irish study published on 11 January has found. Read More
How equitable and universal is access to breast screening?
January 16, 2023 -- Mammography screening is less likely to be used by women who are part of marginalized groups, who live in rural areas, and with low-income status and education level, research published on 9 January in the European Journal of Radiology has found. Read More
Spanish team highlights ultrasound's value in imaging of muscles
January 16, 2023 -- Panoramic ultrasound does not produce imaging deformations during assessment of large muscles and shows good comparison with conventional B-mode ultrasound, suggests a new study from Madrid. Read More