Radiomics can aid management of lung cancer patients
October 26, 2020 -- Researchers from the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa, FL, have reported that CT radiomics features can help predict tumor behavior in screening-detected lung cancer. They've also found that PET/CT radiomics shows promise for guiding non-small cell lung cancer treatment decisions. Read More
MRI biomarker portends preterm infant development risks
October 20, 2020 -- A quantitative MRI software application can predict which preterm infants will go on to develop motor development disorders such as cerebral palsy, potentially enabling risk stratification and early interventions in these children, according to research published online September 28 in Scientific Reports. Read More
AI aids detection of metastasis on bone scintigraphy
October 13, 2020 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) model was able to help nuclear medicine physicians improve their performance in diagnosing bone metastases on bone scintigraphy exams in patients with breast, lung, prostate, or other cancers, according to research published online October 12 in Scientific Reports. Read More
New eyeglass-fluoroscopy device improves spinal surgery
October 13, 2020 -- Japanese researchers have developed a device that when attached to normal eyeglasses can display fluoroscopic images used for spinal surgical guidance, meaning a surgeon no longer needs to repeatedly look across an operating room to a video monitor. Read More
4D MRI could be big leap forward for fetal heart imaging
October 12, 2020 -- Clinicians could have better information about fetal heart health thanks to a new imaging method developed by researchers from London. The team described how they used 4D MRI to measure volumetric blood flow in a paper published on October 5 in Nature Communications. Read More
Image-guided biopsy spots residual breast cancer
October 7, 2020 -- Image-guided biopsies performed after breast cancer patients have been treated with neoadjuvant chemotherapy can predict the presence of residual cancer, potentially avoiding the need for surgery, a multinational team of researchers reported in an article published online October 7 in JAMA Surgery. Read More