Cash injection brings teleradiology progress in Turkey
July 3, 2014 -- A network of 100 mobile mammography units is due to be deployed across Turkey within the next year as part of a 183 million euro teleradiology screening project. Dr. Utku Şenol, president of the Turkish Medical Informatics Association, speaks about this and other developments.
Early trial of PET tracer shows promise for brain tumors
July 2, 2014 -- Researchers at the University of Wisconsin's UW Health system have completed the first successful human clinical trial of a new PET radiopharmaceutical that targets and detects brain tumors more specifically than FDG.
Study: Older women don't benefit from new breast technology
July 1, 2014 -- Medicare is paying millions of dollars for new breast imaging technologies for older women that aren't having a measurable effect on cancer detection, according to a new study published July 1 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Breast cancer risk profiles differ in developing nations
July 1, 2014 -- Breast cancer incidence is rising all over the world, especially in developing countries, where its epidemiological features differ from those in Western countries, according to a study in the European Journal of Cancer that used North African countries as an example.
Volume trumps experience when reading mammograms
June 30, 2014 -- When reading screening mammograms, the number of studies read per year is more important in determining the ability to detect cancer than the experience of the reader, according to a new study in the Journal of Medical Imaging that compared U.S. and Australian radiologists.
Native American, rural women have less access to breast MRI
June 27, 2014 -- Most U.S. women have relatively easy access to mammography and breast ultrasound, but breast MRI presents a greater challenge, especially for Native American women and those in rural areas, according to a new study published online in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
GE lifts covers on prototype of compact MRI brain scanner
June 27, 2014 -- With an eye toward improving the early diagnosis of neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, GE Healthcare this week revealed that it is developing a compact 3-tesla MRI scanner designed specifically for head and brain imaging.
Foreign medical graduates can't find residencies in U.S., Canada
June 27, 2014 -- International medical graduates are having a hard time finding residency positions in the U.S. and Canada -- and if they'd known about the situation, they might not have left their home countries, according to a study in Risk Management and Healthcare Policy.
Celesteion PET/CT marks Toshiba's re-entry in U.S. NM market
June 26, 2014 -- For the first time in some seven years, Toshiba America Medical Systems is officially a player again in the U.S. nuclear medicine market with its newly introduced and recently cleared Celesteion PET/CT system.
Nodule size matters in Italian CT lung cancer screening study
June 26, 2014 -- Italian researchers believe they have struck a good balance in CT lung cancer screening by following up suspicious nodules at a slightly larger size threshold than that used in previous studies. By only following up nodules 5 mm and larger rather than 4 mm, they achieved good sensitivity with fewer false positives, according to a new study in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology.

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