COVID-19 signs on chest CT differ by patient age
April 7, 2020 -- Chest CT findings in patients with COVID-19 disease differ by patient age, according to a new study published in the European Journal of Radiology. The results could assist clinicians in developing personalized treatment for COVID-19 patients.  Discuss
U.K. COVID-19 imaging database aims to improve care
April 6, 2020 -- A new COVID-19 imaging repository and database aims to quickly bring breaking clinical and diagnostic advice to healthcare staff in the U.K., according to an article published online on 25 March in Clinical Radiology.  Discuss
Parma team shares experiences of COVID-19 pandemic
April 2, 2020 -- Dr. Nicola Sverzellati, head of the radiology unit at the academic hospital of Parma, located in one of Italy's worst-affected areas, presented guidance on how radiologists across the world could deal with the COVID-19 crisis and tips on differentiation at CT.  Discuss
Achenbach insists CT has role in COVID-19 cases
March 31, 2020 -- CT does have a crucial part to play in COVID-19 cases. That's the view of top cardiac imaging expert Dr. Stephan Achenbach, although he admits it only has a limited role and his department has so far only seen around 10 patients with the disease.  Discuss
Europe seeks to harness power of AI in COVID-19 crisis
March 24, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) may soon have a central role to play in the global battle against COVID-19. A European campaign is underway to develop a deep learning-based model for the automated detection of abnormalities on chest CT and for quantifying lung involvement.  Discuss
How radiology can get ready for coronavirus crisis
March 19, 2020 -- An international team of imaging specialists has issued a list of best practices for preparedness during the coronavirus crisis. There is a checklist for each of the four main areas: limit exposure to the virus, determine best use of imaging, protect staff, and maintain operations.  Discuss
3D printing enhances CT segmentation for brain disease
March 18, 2020 -- Researchers from the U.K. and Sweden have created a realistic 3D-printed brain based on MR images. The model is ideal for refining brain CT segmentation workflows, which, in turn, may improve the evaluation of neurological disorders on CT.  Discuss
Prepare for COVID-19 crisis, U.K. experts urge
March 17, 2020 -- Radiology departments must actively prepare to deal with the COVID-19 crisis because imaging appears set to play an emerging role in the disease, four leading U.K. thoracic specialists have warned in a BMJ blog posted on 12 March.  Discuss
Austrian ban on meetings helps justify ECR postponement
March 12, 2020 -- Austria banned all indoor events with more than 100 participants on Tuesday, 10 March, providing apparent vindication of the decision made a week earlier by the European Society of Radiology to postpone ECR 2020. Also, passenger numbers at Vienna International Airport have dropped sharply during March.  Discuss
AI can enhance accuracy of CT scans in emphysema
March 11, 2020 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm trained and tested on more than 10,000 CT datasets acquired at over 20 clinical sites in the U.S. and Europe can provide fully automated quantification of emphysema, according to a multinational research team.  Discuss