Incisive CT scanner paces Philips products at ECR
March 1, 2019 -- VIENNA - A multislice CT scanner called Incisive is among the new product launches being featured in the booth of Philips Healthcare at ECR 2019. The company is also promoting other recent product launches, including a new ultrasound scanner, mobile C-arm, and advanced visualization software.  Discuss
Digital x-ray vendors focus on workflow and efficiency
February 27, 2019 -- As medical imaging's bread-and-butter modality, digital radiography (DR) is all about efficiency. At this week's ECR 2019 technical exhibition, DR vendors are highlighting how their new technologies can help radiology departments work more efficiently and deliver better patient care at a lower cost.  Discuss
5 ways to improve interventional radiology
February 18, 2019 -- There are five key steps that should be taken to improve the provision of interventional radiology in Europe. That's according to a new survey of European interventional radiology departments published February 13 in Insights into Imaging.  Discuss
AI can detect, localize fractures on wrist x-rays
January 31, 2019 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can both detect and show the position of fractures on wrist radiographs with a high level of sensitivity and specificity, according to research published online January 30 in the inaugural issue of the RSNA's new Radiology: Artificial Intelligence journal.  Discuss
Stanford launches huge dataset of chest x-rays for AI
January 25, 2019 -- Researchers from Stanford University have released a massive dataset of more than 224,000 chest x-rays to be used for the development of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. The group has also launched a competition for developers of AI algorithms to test their models.  Discuss