Monday, May 16, 2022

Still Using CDs? Why You Should Ditch the Disk This Earth Day

by Morris Panner, Ambra Health Chief Executive Officer Pivoting from CDs is a win for radiology, you just need...

Radiologists Lead the Pack in Lumbar Punctures

by Whitney Palmer For nearly 15 years, the number of radiologists performing these procedures has continued to climb while...

For Unintended Weight Loss, CT Provides Valuable Diagnosis

by Whitney Palmer of Diagnostic Imaging Scans are useful in identifying causes of nearly half of patients in the...

PET Imaging Effective in Monitoring of Brain Metastasis Treatment

by Whitney Palmer (Diagnostic Imaging) 18F-FET PET to contrast-enhanced MR can better determine which patients are responding well to...

Threshold Values on CT Scans Help Identify Osteoporosis Opportunistically

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Radiologists should use threshold values on CT, a simple measure to detect osteoporosis when reading thoracic or abdominal CT...

CT Guidance During Lung Cancer Radiation Therapy May ID COVID-19 Patients

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Screening for COVID-19 exposure, particularly for patients with cancer on active treatment, has become a priority during the pandemic.

Unilocular Thymic Cysts May Rarely Undergo Malignant Transformation

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Awareness of variable imaging characteristics and behavior of thymic cysts over time should help guide clinical management.

Ultra-High-Resolution CT May Overcome Limitations in Evaluating Coronary Artery Stenoses

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Patients suspected of having coronary stenoses may benefit from ultra-high-resolution CT, according to a recent study that showed high...

50 Years of CT: Then, Now, and What’s to Come

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Despite what has already been an illustrious career in health care, now is not the time to sleep on...

Breast Ultrasound/MRI Fusion May Help Reduce MRI-Guided Biopsies

(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) - Breast ultrasound/MRI fusion significantly improves localization of incidentally detected MRI lesions which are occult on...






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