How the Olympics transformed Sid's life
June 1, 2016 -- LONDON - When Dr. Sarath Bethapudi ("Sid" to his friends) turned up at the polyclinic for the London Olympics, he soon realized the world's greatest sporting event was not all glitz and glamour. In this video interview, he reflects on his experiences and his number-crunching role at the 2012 Games.  Discuss
Sports experts close in on muscle injuries
June 1, 2016 -- LONDON - Prolonged time away from competition can threaten an elite athlete's career, so everybody will welcome news that precisely grading muscle injury to facilitate a prognosis is a step closer after using a new classification system, discussed at a sports imaging workshop on Friday.  Discuss
Phil O'Connor: Rio can match London's Olympic success
May 31, 2016 -- LONDON - Know your sports, have eyes in the back of your head, and expect the unexpected. That's what it takes to deliver a radiology service at the Olympics, says Dr. Phil O'Connor, imaging lead at London 2012. In this exclusive video interview, he has some tips for the organizers in Rio de Janeiro.  Discuss
MRI reveals how schizophrenia may improve
May 30, 2016 -- The brains of patients with schizophrenia have the capacity to reorganize themselves and fight the disease, concludes a new MRI study of brain tissue changes published online last week in Psychological Medicine.  Discuss
Swiss presenters come out top in ECR survey
May 18, 2016 -- Swiss, Dutch, French, and German speakers who present at ECR have the highest conversion rate into publications, while the profiles of researchers from Japan, Korea, China, and India are rising fast, according to a new study.  Discuss
Cardiac MRI beats SPECT for predicting heart events
May 12, 2016 -- Cardiovascular MRI is a better prognosticator of risk for serious cardiovascular events than SPECT, regardless of a person's risk factors, angiography results, or initial treatment, according to a study published online in the Annals of Internal Medicine.  Discuss
MR shows more body fat in babies with diabetic mothers
May 12, 2016 -- MRI scans show that babies born to mothers with gestational diabetes have more body fat at 2 months of age than those born to healthy women, according to a new study from the U.K. published May 12 in Diabetes Care.  Discuss
RoeKo 2016's big question: Where's radiology heading?
May 4, 2016 -- A plenary session about the future direction of radiology was a highlight on the opening day of the national German radiology congress (RöKo 2016), which began today in Leipzig. Dr. Maximilian Reiser from Munch led this bold exercise in crystal-ball gazing.  Discuss
Oxford spin-off prepares MRI liver software for market
April 29, 2016 -- Perspectum Diagnostics, a start-up company spun off from Oxford University in the U.K., is preparing to unveil a new software application designed to cut down on unnecessary invasive liver biopsies.  Discuss
6-minute scans give major boost to MRI in stroke
April 26, 2016 -- The development of more efficient MRI systems and faster imaging techniques means that a streamlined MR protocol with an image acquisition time of only six minutes can become the gold standard for initial assessment of acute stroke, according to new international research.  Discuss