Patient with cancer receives first 3D-printed titanium jaw
August 10, 2022 -- A patient with head and neck cancer received the first 3D-printed titanium lower jaw in a successful operation, according to an August 4 press release from the Netherlands Cancer Institute. The jaw was reconstructed based on the patient's imaging. Read More
Can body composition analysis monitor NETs on CT?
August 9, 2022 -- Body composition analysis of routine PET/CT staging exams could be used to opportunistically monitor patients with neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) of a gastroenteropancreatic origin, according to research published on August 4 in Scientific Reports. Read More
AI, MRI show overlap between psychosis, dementia
August 4, 2022 -- A machine-learning algorithm's analysis of brain MRI exams has revealed the presence of neurobiological links between dementia and psychosis, according to research published online August 3 in JAMA Psychiatry. Read More
ECR: CT radiomics can aid in characterizing renal cysts
July 18, 2022 -- The combination of CT radiomics and a machine-learning algorithm can help predict if a renal cyst is benign or malignant, potentially helping to avoid unnecessary surgeries, research presented at ECR 2022 indicates. Read More
ECR: AI could avoid further follow-up for lung nodules
July 16, 2022 -- VIENNA - An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm for pulmonary nodule detection can enable many patients to be discharged earlier from follow-up in lung cancer screening, according to research presented at ECR 2022. Read More
Checklist limits adverse events in interventional radiology
July 7, 2022 -- Using a safety checklist to wrap up an image-guided procedure can significantly reduce the number of adverse events and the need for repeat procedures, according to a study published July 5 in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Read More
CT radiomics, AI can yield early detection of pancreatic cancer
July 5, 2022 -- Thanks to machine-learning algorithms and CT radiomics, pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) may soon be detectable as early as three years before it could be diagnosed clinically, according to research published online July 1 in Gastroenterology. Read More
Can Star Trek-like technology improve patient access to imaging?
July 1, 2022 -- Functioning like the legendary “tricorder” on Star Trek, a smartphone could enable patients to more intuitively access their imaging studies, according to a presentation at the annual Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) meeting. Read More
Machine learning, radiomics differentiates glioma
June 28, 2022 -- An automated method based on a machine-learning algorithm and MRI radiomics can differentiate between low-grade and high-grade gliomas, according to research presented at the annual Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) conference in Kissimmee, FL. Read More
Video from SIIM 2022: Amy Thompson on trends in imaging IT
June 14, 2022 -- We caught up with Amy Thompson of Signify Research at the annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) to get an update on the latest market trends in the world of imaging IT, including artificial intelligence, enterprise imaging, the cloud, advanced visualization, and image sharing. Read More