Louise Gagnoneditorial@auntminnie.comEconomicsTechnology and a personal touch can drive postpandemic growthNow, two-and-a-half years after the initial COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, many radiology practices are experiencing pressure to grow – even as many groups are still in recovery mode.October 24, 2022BreastPandemic caused screening mammo shortfall in OntarioOver 400,000 fewer mammograms were performed in the Canadian province of Ontario during the COVID-19 pandemic than would have otherwise been conducted, according to an analysis released by the Ontario Medical Association.October 16, 2022CT'A diagnostic revolutionary' -- the legacy of Godfrey HounsfieldCT has become a vital form of medical imaging that is ubiquitous throughout the world, offering powerful insights into the human body. Most of the credit for the development of CT goes to Sir Godfrey Hounsfield, the U.K. scientist who developed the first CT scanner in 1971.August 11, 2022Industry NewsWhy leadership in radiology is more than just a titleToday's radiology leaders face myriad challenges. From managing pandemic-related workplace disruptions to coping with historic turnover in the labor force, leaders of radiologists, radiology administrators, and radiologic technologists need to be empowered to make decisions and thrive in their professional positions.July 14, 2022CTNational funds needed to update imaging equipment in CanadaCanada's inadequate and outdated inventory of medical imaging equipment requires that some scanners be retired to make way for new technology, which will require a massive injection of funds from the national government.May 25, 2022MRIPancreatic cysts present screening challenge for radiologistsWhat's the best way to handle cysts detected in the pancreas on imaging exams? Such lesions are relatively common, but only a small number are malignant, so figuring out suitable management surveillance can be a challenge.April 20, 2022BreastApplying ACR's TI-RADS, ATA guidelines reduces biopsies and costsAdhering to the American College of Radiology (ACR) Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System (TI-RADS) or the American Thyroid Association (ATA) risk stratification guidelines decreases the number of thyroid biopsies and reduces healthcare costs, according to research presented at the recent annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Radiologists.April 19, 2022BreastMRI double reading can reduce unnecessary biopsiesDouble reading of MRI examinations in women with high risk of breast cancer can reduce the number of unneeded biopsies, decrease false-positive results, and improve detection of malignancies, according to research presented recently at the Canadian Association of Radiologists annual meeting.April 18, 2022BreastDid Choosing Wisely really reduce unnecessary imaging?The Choosing Wisely initiative was designed to reduce unnecessary medical procedures. But a new analysis of the project's impact on two imaging scenarios -- staging for prostate and breast cancer -- raises questions about its effectiveness.April 13, 2022UltrasoundUse of ultrasound contrast lags, despite its clear benefitsWhile there are passionate advocates for ultrasound contrast in radiology and other medical specialties, its use has failed to expand -- despite the fact that it offers solid benefits, according to ultrasound experts.January 17, 2022Page 1 of 7Next PageTop StoriesBreastMammography AI model performs well in screening populationsA mammography-based AI model showed good and generalizable performance across European populations, according to study results presented December 7 at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in Texas.BreastRSI predicts early response to chemotherapy in breast cancerPractice ManagementComplexity of radiology exams has skyrocketedCTPneumonia on CT? Consider additional imaging so as not to miss cancerSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.