Ultrasound loses David Cosgrove | Was the NHS to blame in cyberattack? | Big data comes under scrutiny

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

Like all the best researchers, Dr. David Cosgrove never lost enthusiasm for his subject. After a long and distinguished career spanning more than five decades, he still spoke about ultrasound with immense freshness and vitality, and even a touch of innocence. This is probably why his loss has been felt particularly deeply among his colleagues in London and beyond.

Today, we've posted a tribute article to Cosgrove that includes a summary of his views on ultrasound, his main career achievements, and what people thought about him. Click here to find out more.

Nearly two weeks have passed since the cyberattack that disabled parts of the U.K. National Health Service (NHS), but the fallout continues. Industry specialist Stephen Holloway has studied the facts and presents his analysis in a new column. Go to our Imaging Informatics Community, or click here.

The joint German and Austrian radiology congress is underway in Leipzig, Germany. Big data looks set to be an important issue at this week's meeting, and delegates eagerly await a presentation on Friday by Dr. David Bonekamp from Heidelberg. For a sneak preview, visit the Advanced Visualization Community, or click here. And make sure you check our homepage for further coverage of the event over the next few days.

Articles about medical imaging in Malta are something of a rarity, but we have an intriguing one for you about uptake of breast screening in the country. Visit the Women's Imaging Community, or click here.

A steady rise in the incidence of invasive placenta has occurred due to growth in cesarean sections. MRI, however, has helped enormously with the detection of this condition. Saudi researchers have published new findings in this area. To get the details, go to AuntMinnie Middle East, or click here.

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