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CT shows Egyptian heart disease hasn't changed in millennia
August 4, 2014 -- CT scans of coronary artery calcium in modern Egyptians revealed that they had patterns of atherosclerosis nearly identical to those of ancient Egyptian mummies -- right down to the affected anatomy, according to a new study in Global Heart.
Study adds evidence linking Alzheimer's to sleep disorders
August 1, 2014 -- PET images with the radiopharmaceuticals FDG and Pittsburgh Compound B have shown a connection between sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and preclinical Alzheimer's among the cognitively normal elderly, according to researchers in New York City.
Straight Talk From the PACSman: Will PACS survive?
July 31, 2014 -- I have been asked time and again if PACS can survive as its own health IT discipline, and I always answer, "Yes, it can." Will it survive, though, is another question entirely, and one that has no easy or clear-cut answer.
Standard mammography image processing best for calcifications
July 31, 2014 -- Standard image processing algorithms help mammography detect calcification clusters more effectively than low-contrast or film-screen algorithms and could reduce false positives, according to a new study published in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Making a Difference as a Sonographer: Tennis elbow, part 2
July 30, 2014 -- Repetitive movements on the job, such as the daily work of a sonographer, can trigger tennis elbow. Part 2 of this series presents three exercises sonographers can use to improve stability and strength to alleviate the condition.
Imaging exams guided treatment after Boston Marathon bombing
July 30, 2014 -- Medical imaging exams such as x-ray and CT played a key role in managing patients who arrived in the minutes and hours after the Boston Marathon bombing last year, according to a study in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.
MICI Q3: Are radiology administrators getting more optimistic?
July 29, 2014 -- Are things looking up for radiology administrators? That's the tantalizing suggestion from third-quarter data from the Medical Imaging Confidence Index (MICI), a forward-looking barometer of administrator confidence. While the numbers aren't definitive, they do hint at a second consecutive quarter of improving sentiment.
JAMA: Interstate medical licenses would boost telemedicine
July 29, 2014 -- A proposal that would make it easier for physicians to get medical licenses across state lines could potentially boost access to care in underserved areas and stimulate the growth of telemedicine, according to a column published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Insurance status affects imaging use for acute stroke
July 29, 2014 -- Patients' insurance status and the socioeconomic factors that may be connected to it influence the type of imaging they receive when they present with acute ischemic stroke, according to a new study published in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Decision support helps radiologists suggest follow-up imaging
July 28, 2014 -- Radiologists often discover incidental findings during image interpretation, but it's not always easy to ascertain which follow-up studies, if any, should be suggested. Decision-support software can be a huge help, according to Dr. Sanjay Saini of Massachusetts General Hospital.
CT lung screening participants not bothered by false positives
July 25, 2014 -- Participants in the massive National Lung Screening Trial weren't troubled by false-positive initial results suggesting they might have cancer -- possibly because they had been well-prepared in advance for such alarms, according to a report published on Friday in Cancer.
Honey, I shrunk the magnet: Preclinical 7T MRI runs cryogen-free
July 25, 2014 -- Looking to fill a void in the market for preclinical MRI and eliminate the need for labs to hunt down scarce supplies of liquid helium, MR Solutions has developed a new cryogen-free, compact 7-tesla preclinical scanner for research applications.
ACR urges CMS to cover breast tomosynthesis
July 24, 2014 -- The American College of Radiology (ACR) is urging the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to reimburse providers for the extra cost of digital breast tomosynthesis. Women currently have to pay extra for tomosynthesis out of pocket, despite growing evidence of the technology's superiority over conventional digital mammography.
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