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- Study finds signs of gadolinium retention in kids
A new study published online July 28 in Radiology has disturbing news about gadolinium contrast retention. Colorado researchers found that pediatric patients given a linear gadolinium-based contrast agent had increased MR signal intensity in a certain region of the brain.
- MRI scanners running nonstop at Olympic polyclinic
The Olympic polyclinic inside Rio de Janeiro's Olympic Village -- and especially the imaging suite -- has become wildly popular with athletes and their entourages during the 2016 games, according to an August 11 story in USA Today.
- How soon will deep learning affect radiology?
For radiologists concerned about the arrival of deep learning, the future might be here sooner than you think. Deep-learning algorithms could begin producing radiology reports for basic studies like mammography and chest x-rays in as soon as five years, and for most types of imaging studies over the next 20 years.
- IBA Molecular to buy Mallinckrodt's nuclear medicine business
Radiopharmacy vendor IBA Molecular has signed an agreement to acquire Mallinckrodt's nuclear imaging business in a deal valued at $690 million.
- Take that, Watson: Radiologists 'sense' cancer in images
Have you ever pulled up an image and had a feeling that something wasn't right? You might not be imagining things, according to an August 29 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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