Is seeing believing in imaging artificial intelligence?
December 8, 2017 -- Sometimes seeing is believing. An imaging artificial intelligence algorithm that can show why it made its diagnosis can go a long way toward building radiologist confidence in its findings, according to a scientific presentation at the recent RSNA 2017 meeting in Chicago.
Medical images reveal toll of opioid epidemic
November 30, 2017 -- The epidemic of opioid abuse is taking a heavy toll across the U.S., one that's become evident to emergency radiologists who are seeing the daily damage in medical images, according to a November 30 presentation at the RSNA 2017 meeting in Chicago.  Discuss
Tablet-controlled CT scanners lead Siemens products at RSNA
November 29, 2017 -- CHICAGO - An extension of its tablet-controlled Somatom go CT concept into new price points, a new flagship mammography system, and a new product launch for MRI scans of the knee are among the highlights in the RSNA 2017 booth of Siemens Healthineers.  Discuss
GE RSNA launches range from CT to molecular imaging
November 27, 2017 -- CHICAGO - In its booth at RSNA 2017, GE Healthcare is highlighting a wide range of product launches and upgrades, from a new CT scanner designed to make it easier to perform routine spectral imaging to new PET/CT and SPECT/CT systems.  Discuss
Toshiba rides into RSNA sunset with Canon on horizon
November 27, 2017 -- CHICAGO - RSNA 2017 marks the last year as an exhibitor for one of radiology's most storied brands, Toshiba Medical Systems. But have no fear: The company's products -- including a new super-high-resolution CT scanner being launched this week -- will appear under the Canon Medical Systems marque starting in January.  Discuss
Radiologists detect signs of domestic abuse on imaging
November 27, 2017 -- What findings on radiological images point to domestic abuse and sexual assault? Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital presented their findings on November 27 in a refresher course at the RSNA 2017 meeting.  Discuss
Can AI diagnose pneumonia better than radiologists?
November 17, 2017 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm developed by Stanford University researchers can detect 14 types of medical conditions on chest x-ray images, and it's even able to diagnose pneumonia better than expert radiologists, according to a paper published November 14 on arXiv.org.  Discuss
Deep learning shows promise for bone age assessment
November 16, 2017 -- A deep-learning convolutional neural network algorithm can estimate skeletal maturity on pediatric hand radiographs as accurately as expert radiologists -- and nearly as accurately as a commercial computer-aided diagnosis software application, according to research published online in Radiology.  Discuss
Gaming technology armed to reduce repeat x-rays
October 18, 2017 -- Video game technology is being used for much more than simply playing games these days. Case in point: A motion-sensing device for gaming consoles can now be used to help set x-ray exposure parameters, reducing repeat exams, according to a study published online in Pediatric Radiology.  Discuss
Marie Curie and her x-ray vehicles' contribution to WWI battlefield medicine
October 18, 2017 -- Ask people to name the most famous historical woman of science and their answer will likely be Madame Marie Curie. But in addition to her scientific accomplishments, Curie was also the driving force behind the "radiological car," a mobile x-ray van used in World War I.  Discuss