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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...

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...

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...

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 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...

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.

COVID’s Impact on Private Radiology Practices

The coronavirus pandemic has drastically lowered the number of imaging exams private practices are administering, up to 80 percent for some practices,...

A Mammogram Leads to a COVID-19 Diagnosis

In what was supposed to be a MRI scan for a breast cancer staging turned into a COVID-19 diagnosis for a 68-year-old...

How Easy is it to Diagnose COVID-19 with a Chest X-ray?

Radiologists at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans have found that a certain characteristic on chest X-rays has a...

Latino Patients Face Higher Rates of More Aggressive MS Than White Patients

A new study has found that Latino patients are more likely to develop multiple sclerosis at an earlier age and have suffered...

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