Can AI guide supplemental breast MRI screening?
May 24, 2022 -- A deep learning-based risk assessment model can perform better than traditional risk models for guiding decisions on supplemental breast MRI screening, according to a talk at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium. Read More
AI flags breast arterial calcification on mammography
May 23, 2022 -- Artificial intelligence (AI)-based analysis of screening mammography exams could enable personalized cardiovascular risk assessment for women, according to a talk at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium. Read More
Switching from CAD to AI improves performance of screening DBT
May 20, 2022 -- Radiologists saw an improvement after switching from computer-aided detection (CAD) to artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) screening exams, according to a talk at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium. Read More
How to counter implicit bias in the radiology workplace
May 20, 2022 -- Radiologists can create more diverse, inclusive environments by recognizing implicit biases, suggested a May 19 presentation at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium in Savannah, GA. Read More
Trying to stop burnout? Redesign work processes, not physicians
May 19, 2022 -- Efforts to prevent physician burnout should focus more on redesigning work processes rather than redesigning physicians, said Dr. Jay Parikh in a May 18 session at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium in Savannah, GA. Read More
How well does AI triage normal screening breast MRI exams?
May 19, 2022 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm could triage 20% of screening breast MRI exams as normal without missing any cancers, say researchers from New York City. If used in clinical practice, AI could make breast MRI screening more efficient. Read More
Breast screening shows benefits for women in their 40s
May 18, 2022 -- A study from Canada indicates that women in their 40s who received mammography screening had lower rates of advanced disease and breast cancer mortality compared with women whose cancer was detected when symptomatic, according to a presentation at the Society of Breast Imaging meeting. Read More
COVID-19 posed myriad challenges to breast imagers
May 17, 2022 -- Breast imagers have and continue to face challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr. Debra Ikeda in a May 17 at the Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology symposium in Savannah, GA. Read More
Breast density plus benign breast disease equals higher cancer risk
May 17, 2022 -- Women who have both benign breast disease and markedly dense breast tissue have more than a twofold higher risk of breast cancer, say researchers from South Korea in a study of over 3.9 million women published May 17 in Radiology. Read More
Just how good is digital breast tomosynthesis, anyway?
May 16, 2022 -- It's been more than 10 years since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) for marketing. But has DBT delivered on its much-anticipated promise? Experts weighed in on May 16 at the Society for Breast Imaging annual meeting. Read More
Special Feature
Should breast ultrasound scans after COVID vaccines be postponed?

When using ultrasound to follow up on suspicious breast masses in patients who just got a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, it may be wise to postpone scans to between 12 and 16 weeks to reduce unnecessary biopsies, according to research published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read more

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