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Reading Room Coordinator Programs Makes Life Way Easier for Radiologists

Radiologists at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics are saving around two and a half hours of their work day with...

What Could Happen When You Don’t Carefully Read a Radiology Report

A lawsuit involving a 49-year-old male with colon cancer has demonstrated the need for physicians to thoroughly read radiology reports and for radiologists to...

Why You Might Need a Dose of Sugar in Your MRI

Sugar could become an effective replacement for metal in contrast agents in magnetic resonance tomography analyses, according to researchers from John Hopkins...

Radiology Partners Enters Nevada

Radiology, their first purchase in the state; marking the 18th state for the country’s largest physician-owned radiology practice. “Desert Radiology...

15-Minute MRI Coming Out of the University of Arizona

Researchers at the University of Arizona’s College of Engineering are reducing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan time to 15 minutes by using...

Are We Ready for MRI That Can Detect the Human Soul?

What initially reeked of fake news has now been proven real: the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology has invested $126 million to build...

Siemens Releases New MAGNETOM Altea Scanner

Siemens has added the MAGNETOM Altea, a versatile and automated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner to its line of sophisticated imaging machines.

New Study Underlines the Importance of Annual Mammography

Women who undergo annual breast cancer screenings have a decreased risk of mortality and a better treatment experience upon diagnosis, according to...

Are 3D Imaging Systems Taking Over Radiology?

Three-dimensional imaging systems are increasingly becoming the standard in radiology departments, according to a recent survey from HIMSS Analytics, an international health information technology...

New AI Technology Prioritizes Critical Chest Scans

A new artificial intelligence-based system out of the University of Warwick identifies time-sensitive chest scans that need to be prioritized, according to...

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