Automated volumetry on CTPA can spot pulmonary hypertension
May 3, 2022 -- Automated 3D segmentation software can help radiologists identify pulmonary hypertension on CT pulmonary angiography (CTPA) exams, according to research published online April 28 in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read More
Is CTC being used effectively for colon cancer screening?
May 2, 2022 -- Utilization rates of CT colonography (CTC) are low, which prompts concern over whether patients at risk of colon cancer are getting the screening they need, according to a study published April 28 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
Radiomics, AI identifies osteoporosis on lumbar spine CT
April 12, 2022 -- Making use of 3D radiomics features, an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can opportunistically screen for osteoporosis on lumbar spine CT images, according to research published online April 8 in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. Read More
Augmented reality: Getting real in radiology
April 6, 2022 -- Augmented reality tools for radiology are starting to make a difference in real-world clinical applications. Find out which tools may be best for you in this talk by Dr. Jesse Courtier from the AuntMinnie.com Spring 2022 Virtual Conference. Read More
Advanced practice providers take on more image-guided procedures
March 29, 2022 -- Although radiologists still perform the most image-guided paracentesis and thoracentesis procedures, advanced practice providers are taking on a greater role, according to new research published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
MRI scans can reveal body composition changes over time
March 22, 2022 -- Data derived from MRI exams show that body composition can change significantly over a two-year period, potentially offering a new window into the aging process, according to research published recently in Scientific Reports. Read More
Body composition foretells ovarian cancer treatment complications
March 14, 2022 -- Body composition analysis on CT exams can identify ovarian cancer patients who are more likely to have complications related to chemotherapy, according to research presented at ECR 2022 Overture. Read More
CT radiomics predicts rectal cancer treatment response
March 8, 2022 -- Radiomics analysis of pretreatment CT exams can help to predict response to neoadjuvant chemoradiation therapy in patients with locally advanced rectal cancer, according to research presented at last week's ECR 2022 Overture. Read More
Can 1 day of training improve radiologist performance in CTC?
February 22, 2022 -- A one-day training course can yield significant and sustained performance improvement for radiologists who are interpreting CT colonography (CTC) exams, according to research published online February 15 in Radiology. Read More
Cinematic, volume rendering both offer value in facial skeleton CT
February 15, 2022 -- Although clinicians may prefer the photorealistic presentation of cinematic rendering, volume rendering also has discernible benefits in CT scans of the facial skeleton, according to research published online February 9 in Annals of Anatomy. Read More