Frances Rylands-Monkeditorial@auntminnie.comClinical NewsAI reconstruction to prove true 'disrupter' to MRI practiceArtificial intelligence (AI)-based image reconstruction can deliver real-world benefits for MRI, enabling faster acquisition times and opening up new clinical applications for the modality.May 22, 2023Clinical NewsHeart of Australia, Philips bring CT screening to outback communitiesA four-year project to create a mobile radiology clinic to screen Australian miners has culminated in the Heart of Australia truck launched in February 2022. The truck takes the Philips' 128-slice Incisive CT Pro scanner to mining towns for CT lung screening.May 4, 2023Artificial IntelligenceSilicon Valley Bank failure could foreshadow health tech shiftsWith the failure of Silicon Valley Bank on March 10 but a speedy response from the U.S. government to guarantee deposits, initial panic among startup founders may have abated.March 14, 2023MRIVirtual reality and postmortem imaging bring crime scenes 'to life'How do the Swiss use postmortem imaging? What technology being used in the courtroom? Leading expert Dr. Michael Thali, who is participating in the "Radiology of the Afterlife" course at ECR 2023, speaks about the Zurich approach and new trends in virtopsy.February 28, 20232023ECR: Beast sleeps as Vienna experiences 'typical' spring weatherECR delegates may have been anticipating a chilly reception in Vienna as they arrived on Monday, amid rumors of a return of the "Beast from the East" cold snap, but they were greeted by cloud cover that looks set to give way to sun over the course of the congress.February 27, 2023MRISustainability and green radiology emerge as hot topics at ECR 2023Imaging's role in fighting climate change will come under the spotlight at ECR 2023. Ahead of the congress, keynote speaker Dr. Sarah Sheard discusses the environmental evidence and data and gives practical tips on how to reduce carbon emissions.February 27, 2023Artificial IntelligenceAI improves lung nodule detection in health screeningNew research from South Korea shows that in countries using x-ray as part of population health check-ups, artificial intelligence (AI)-based software may improve the detection of lung nodules, according to research presented at the recent RSNA meeting in Chicago.December 7, 2022Artificial IntelligenceHow to avoid the AI integration trapsUnderstanding the challenges of implementing AI can help groups set priorities and strategy, delegates heard on November 28 at RSNA 2022 in Chicago.November 29, 2022Artificial IntelligenceAI boosts patient follow-up imaging complianceA new study from Philadelphia has proved that using an artificial intelligence (AI) system to send scheduling reminders to patients needing imaging follow-up significantly reduces compliance failure rate and potentially improves patient care and outcomes, delegates heard on November 29 at RSNA 2022 in Chicago.November 29, 2022CT20-year lung cancer survival rate persists in I-ELCAP studyNew results from the international, multicenter study of CT screening for lung cancer (I-ELCAP) show that, despite criticism of initial findings, 10-year survival rates for lung cancer of 80% have persisted and that 20-year lung cancer-specific survival rate is 80.5%, delegates heard on 27 November at RSNA in Chicago.November 28, 2022Page 1 of 11Next PageTop StoriesRSNA 2023AI assist for x-ray reads serves nonradiologists well in the EDGerman researchers are testing ways to support nonradiologists in interpreting chest x-rays in emergency department (ED) settings using an AI assistant.RSNA 2023Residents, trainees at moderate burnout riskRSNA 2023Pink-on-pink aggression threatens radiology career advancementRSNA 2023Study calls for interventions to reduce imaging appointment no-showsSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.