EBR introduces EDiR practice test and online format
June 4, 2020 -- The European Board of Radiology (EBR) has announced the launch of its new European Diploma in Radiology (EDiR) practice test and an online format for the exam.
Radiology worker gets jail for COVID-19 mask scam
June 3, 2020 -- A staff member at an unnamed medical imaging facility in Singapore was sentenced on 2 June to eight weeks in jail for taking money from people for face masks that she did not supply to them, according to a news report in the Straits Times.
EANM seeks candidates for upcoming board election
June 3, 2020 -- The European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) has announced that it has several positions on its board open for election for the 2021-2022 term.
Lunit's AI breast cancer detection tool gets CE Mark
June 2, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) image analysis software developer Lunit has received Europe's CE Mark certification for its software that helps detect breast cancer on screening mammography.
Stroke misdiagnosis leads to death of 57-year-old man
June 2, 2020 -- A coroner in New Zealand has found that 57-year-old man from Auckland died from a stroke just days after doctors misdiagnosed him with a migraine, according to a report in Stuff.
Tributes flow in for dedicated, patient-focused radiologist
June 2, 2020 -- The medical imaging community in Egypt has paid tribute to Dr. Mushira Mahfouz Qudsy, head of radiology at Al-Mahalla Chest Hospital, whose death was announced last week.  Discuss
Over 2M miss cancer screening visits in U.K.
June 1, 2020 -- More than two million people in the U.K. have missed cancer screening, treatment, or tests due to the disruption of health services caused by the novel coronavirus, according to a 1 June BBC report.
Zebra Medical secures Indian hospital network contract
June 1, 2020 -- Big-data visualization software developer Zebra Medical Vision has secured a contract with an Indian hospital network to provide its artificial intelligence software for COVID-19 disease detection and progression tracking.
Ultromics partners with Mayo Clinic
June 1, 2020 -- U.K. software developer Ultromics has entered a clinical research agreement with Mayo Clinic.
Irish court settles alleged negligence claim over screening
May 29, 2020 -- A woman whose lawsuit claimed a breast cancer screening mobile unit was negligent has lost her High Court claim, according to a report in the Irish Examiner newspaper posted on 29 May.