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Funding for AI-Based Medical Imaging Systems Doubled in 2018

Companies that develop AI-driven medical imaging systems collectively received nearly $580 million in funding in 2018, according to a recent report from healthcare research...

Radiologists Are Developing a System to Detect Signs of Domestic Violence

Radiologists can identify key signs of domestic violence in imaging exams and their findings could serve as preventative or life-saving tactics for victims of...

Most Radiologists Want More Direct Communication with Patients

Over half of radiologists want more patient interactions, according to a study recently published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Kansas State University Welcomes New MRI for Large Animals

A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine at Kansas State University, which took three years to install, is finally ready to scan...

New $2,000 Ultrasound Can Increase Imaging Access Around the Globe

The Butterfly iQ, a small, handheld ultrasound scanner that connects to your smartphone, is now being used by physicians to conduct obstetric,...

RSNA and ACR Introduce RadInfo 4 Kids

In an effort to help kids understand the daunting mechanisms of imaging machines,, a patient resource site sponsored and created by the Radiological...

MRI is a Non-Invasive Way to Detect Hypoxia in Breast Cancer Patients

Hypoxia and neovascularization in breast cancer can now be identified using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques, according to a study recently published in Molecular Imaging...

Radiology Services Lawsuit Settled for $10 million

The 2015 lawsuit claiming that the hospital participated in an illegal kickback scheme and raked in millions of dollars in fake claims was settled...

Unsettling Statistics About Radiologist Burnout and Depression

Burnout and depression have become dire epidemics in the medical community, and it’s unclear if there’s a way to improve physician mental...

Could Gas-Based Contrast Agents Replace GBCAs?

Researchers from the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) in Berlin and the California Institute of Technology are creating hyperpolarized xenon gas-based contrast...

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