Eric Barnesebarnes@auntminnie.comCTMultipurpose CT lung cancer screening more cost-effectiveCT lung cancer screening is likely to be more cost-effective if it is used to identify other tobacco-related conditions in high-risk people, according to a study published in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology.July 2, 2017CTSubsolid lung nodule assessment with CT evolvesAs their experience with subsolid nodules at CT grows, radiologists are learning more about their characteristics and potential risk of malignancy. Overall, the past several years have seen nodule size and growth rise in importance relative to CT density, a less reliable predictor of malignancy.June 27, 2017Advanced VisualizationHolography beckons as alternative to 3D printingFor all its proven value, 3D printing is just one of many ways to look at 3D data -- and it's a rather rigid one at that. For clinicians, understanding a patient's medical condition may require more than a printed skull or aneurysm. In these cases, a holographic dataset can be helpful.June 15, 2017Advanced VisualizationAuntMinnie.com Advanced Visualization InsiderJune 13, 2017CTAuntMinnie.com CT InsiderJune 12, 2017CTISCT: The long road to full automation in abdominal CTSAN FRANCISCO - The past few years have seen rapid progress toward the goal of automated abdominal CT analysis using multiple computer-aided-detection systems, all theoretically applied to a single abdominal CT angiography dataset, according to a Tuesday presentation at the International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) symposium.June 6, 2017CTISCT: Ultrahigh-resolution CT raises the barSAN FRANCISCO - Exquisitely detailed ultrahigh-resolution CT is on its way thanks to several technologies, although most haven't reached the market yet, according to a talk on Monday at the International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) meeting.June 5, 2017CTISCT: Value of CT depends on who's lookingSAN FRANCISCO - Gauging the value of a CT scan is the single most critical reason for deciding whether to perform an exam. But when you get down to it, value depends on what you're looking for and who's looking at it, according to talks on Sunday at the International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) annual meeting.June 4, 2017CTCT detects frailty and predicts survival in elderlyCT scans are going beyond identifying broken bones to detecting skeletal frailty in the elderly, and even predicting their ability to survive a fall, according to a study in the June edition of the American Journal of Roentgenology.June 1, 2017Advanced Visualization3D-printed mouse ovaries yield healthy offspringThe promise of 3D-printed functional organs took a big step forward with the recent implantation of 3D-printed ovaries in mice. The bioprosthetic ovaries enabled the animals to ovulate and give birth to healthy pups, according to a study published online May 16 in Nature Communications. The mothers were even able to nurse their young.May 29, 2017Page 1 of 258Next PageTop StoriesRSNA 2023New CT, MR scanners and AI top GE HealthCare highlights at RSNA 2023GE HealthCare (GEHC) brought new CT and MRI scanners and a range of AI software applications to McCormick Place for RSNA 2023.RSNA 2023AI expert Hugh Harvey gives key takeaways from RSNA 2023RSNA 2023Wendie Berg hypes up CEM with AuntMinnie.comRSNA 2023Deep-learning model measures shoulder kinematics on DDRSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.