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PET/MRI's future tied to cost, scan time, key applications
August 31, 2016 -- Buoyed by its perceived superiority over PET/CT, early adopters of PET/MRI believe the hybrid modality could be used more often in routine clinical applications within the next five years. However, this trajectory could hit a speed bump.
Longer CTC screening interval found safe, cost-effective
August 31, 2016 -- A new analysis of screening intervals for CT colonography (CTC) found that it may be safe to wait as long as five to 10 years to screen again after an initial negative scan. The results are good news for the cost-effectiveness profile of CTC, investigators report in Radiology.
Take that, Watson: Radiologists 'sense' cancer in images
August 30, 2016 -- 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.
4 tips for using Facebook for patient outreach
August 30, 2016 -- Let's face it: More and more patients are using social media platforms like Facebook to find health information. And no matter how radiologists personally feel about this trend, it's crucial to utilize social tools for patient outreach.
AI could help reduce unnecessary breast biopsies
August 29, 2016 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) technology could help reduce unnecessary breast biopsies, according to a new study published online August 29 in Cancer.
ICD-10-CM changes and challenges for radiology
August 29, 2016 -- The October 1 deadline to begin using the ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes is looming. Are you ready for the upcoming changes? Donna Richmond of Panacea Healthcare Solutions walks you through them.
Study finds adding DBT to mammography is cost-effective
August 26, 2016 -- Adding screening digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) to annual mammography is cost-effective when compared with mammography alone -- particularly in women between the ages of 40 and 49, according to a new study published online August 22 in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Imaging accreditation with quality and ease: Part 4
August 26, 2016 -- In the fourth installment of this series, Judith Buckland from consulting firm CardioServ offers more tips on how to comply with the latest accreditation requirements for quality improvement from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
Ultrasound jump-starts patient's brain after coma
August 26, 2016 -- A team from the University of California, Los Angeles has successfully used ultrasound to jump-start a patient's brain as he recovered from a coma, restoring full consciousness and language comprehension within three days of the procedure.
CT, 3D printing bring Egyptian mummy back to life
August 26, 2016 -- Australian researchers used CT, 3D printing, and some forensic tricks to reconstruct the face of Meritamun, a high-status woman who lived in ancient Egypt during the reign of the pharaohs, according to a story on Seeker.com.
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World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) 2016
September 7-10
New York City, New York United States
American Society of Head and Neck Radiology (ASHNR) 2016 Annual Meeting
September 7-11
Washington, DC, District of Columbia United States
31st Annual Advances in Contrast Ultrasound Bubble Conference
September 8-10
Chicago, Illinois United States
Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) 2016 Leadership Summit
September 8-11
Wellesley, Massachusetts United States