Weight-based protocols reduce PET/CT radiation dose
December 28, 2015 -- Patient-specific, weight-based imaging protocols for FDG-PET/CT can significantly reduce CT radiation dose without compromising diagnostic image quality, according to a study from American University of Beirut in Lebanon.  Discuss
Radiology prepares for leading role at Arab Health 2016
December 21, 2015 -- As medical imaging continues to thrive throughout large parts of the Middle East, the radiological community is gearing up for Arab Health 2016, at which intervention, radiation protection, and pediatrics look set to dominate the agenda. European speakers also will play a critical part.  Discuss
Case report: Conjoined twins -- thoraco-omphalopagus (type A)
December 10, 2015 -- In this case report, radiologists from Tikrit University College of Medicine in Iraq describe the case of conjoined twins discovered by routine transabdominal ultrasound examination at 16-weeks gestation. They were joined at the chest and the abdomen and had one functional heart.  Discuss
Use vascular indexes to exclude malignant breast masses
November 4, 2015 -- Using vascular indexes obtained via 3D power Doppler ultrasound can accurately characterize suspicious breast masses, and adding it to 2D ultrasound may reduce unnecessary biopsies, noted Turkish researchers in an article published online in the European Journal of Radiology.  Discuss
How CT unraveled curiosities of King Tut
October 14, 2015 -- Ancient Egypt was a great civilization, but what made it great? Investigations on the mummies, including the famous case of Tutankhamun, have provided some answers. In an exclusive interview, Dr. Ashraf Selim speaks about his fascinating work and how CT shed new light on King Tut.  Discuss
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Radiology experts make up AuntMinnie Middle East editorial board

A group of experienced radiologists with a diverse range of skills and special interests have joined the editorial advisory board for AuntMinnie Middle East.
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