Theresa Pablostpablos@auntminnie.comBreastOutdoor work linked to lower risk of breast cancerWorking outdoors may come with the benefit of a lower risk of breast cancer, according to a study published on February 1 in Occupational & Environmental Medicine. Researchers found working outdoors for decades was tied to a lower breast cancer risk for women ages 50 or older.February 3, 2021Womens ImagingAuntMinnie.com Women's Imaging InsiderFebruary 1, 2021Industry NewsFDA asks Nanox for more info on x-ray systemThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has asked x-ray technology company Nanox Imaging to provide more information on its single-source Nanox.ARC system as part of its 510(k) clearance for the product, according to a February filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissions.February 1, 2021BreastReview supports surgical excision for FEA breast lesionsThere's enough evidence to support surgical excision of flat epithelial atypia (FEA) breast lesions, according to a meta-analysis published on January 22 in Radiology: Imaging Cancer. These types of benign breast lesions were upgraded to cancer 5% of the time in the new study.January 24, 2021UltrasoundUltrasound shows lymph node changes after COVID-19 vaccineBreast ultrasound was used to demonstrate signs of lymph node enlargement in four cases of patients who received the COVID-19 vaccine. Radiologists from NewYork-Presbyterian published the case studies on January 18 in Clinical Imaging.January 21, 2021BreastUSPSTF readies update to breast screening guidelinesThe U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has published the draft research plan it will use to update its mammography screening guidance. The plan is the first step to issuing new USPSTF breast screening recommendations, which can affect how private insurers reimburse screening.January 20, 2021UltrasoundAuntMinnie.com Ultrasound InsiderJanuary 20, 2021CTCan CT provide a better map of breast density?An international research team used dozens of CT images to map breast density in a January 16 study published in Medical Physics. Their technique could lead to more accurate radiation dose estimates and improved breast cancer risk models.January 20, 2021MRICan MRI-guided breast biopsy evaluate chemo response?MRI-guided breast biopsy looks like a promising method to evaluate complete response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in women with breast cancer, according to the findings of a pilot study published January 15 in JAMA Network Open.January 18, 2021BreastMammograms for inpatients could boost screening ratesOffering mammograms to low-income patients during an inpatient hospital stay could boost screening rates, according to the findings of a small pilot study published on January 11 in the Annals of Family Medicine.January 14, 2021Page 1 of 22Next PageTop StoriesBreastMammography AI model performs well in screening populationsA mammography-based AI model showed good and generalizable performance across European screening 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.