Week in review: Minnies semifinalists | MRI body composition analysis | ISCT 2023 coverage

Dear AuntMinnie Member,

Here at AuntMinnie.com we always look forward to the Minnies, our annual awards program recognizing the best and brightest in medical imaging. And judging by the hundreds of nominations we received this year, it seems we aren't the only ones.

I'm pleased to announce this year's semifinalists for the 15 Minnies categories. Click here to see who made the initial list of candidates for categories such as Most Influential Radiology Researcher, Most Effective Radiology Educator, Best New Radiology Device, Best New Radiology Software, and more.

AuntMinnie.com's expert panel is now voting to determine the two finalists for each of the categories. After the finalists are announced in late September, the expert panel will then vote again to determine the winners, who will be announced in October.

The Minnie for Image of the Year will be awarded based on a vote later this month on AuntMinnie.com's Facebook page.

MRI body composition analysis

Body composition analysis has largely been the domain of CT, but MRI shouldn't be overlooked, according to research featured this week in our Advanced Visualization Community.

After reviewing different body composition techniques, a Spanish team found that MRI can be just as effective as CT in assessing body composition in obese individuals at risk of conditions including type II diabetes mellitus as well as nonalcoholic fatty liver and cardiovascular disease.

What else did they find? Click here to get all of the details.

ISCT 2023 coverage

The annual International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) was held this week in San Diego, and we've been providing daily coverage in our CT Community, including articles reporting on the following:

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