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- New study links medical imaging radiation to cancer risk
A nationwide study covering millions of youths in South Korea has substantiated concerns over the health risks of radiation exposure from diagnostic imaging -- linking it to an increased incidence of cancer. The findings are the subject of an article published online September 4 in JAMA Network Open.
- MS patients show signs of gadolinium retention on MRI
Seeing is believing for Italian researchers who used MRI to visually confirm evidence of gadolinium retention in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Their study included patients who had undergone several MRI scans with a gadolinium-based contrast agent. The results were published September 4 in Insights into Imaging.
- Vaping provokes lung disease in healthy individuals
Researchers from the U.S. have linked vaping to the development of severe respiratory illnesses identified on CT scans, according to a report published online September 6 in the New England Journal of Medicine. The findings indicate that marketing claims attesting to the safety of vaping with electronic cigarettes may have been misleading.
- Fast MRI technique benefits kids with head trauma
Using a "fast" MR technique instead of CT for imaging clinically stable pediatric patients with a suspected traumatic brain injury can accurately diagnose them without sedation or exposure to radiation, according to a study published September 18 in Pediatrics.
- Meet the Minnies 2019 finalists
Are you curious about who made it to the final round in the 20th edition of the Minnies, AuntMinnie.com's event recognizing excellence in radiology? This year's list of finalists includes some familiar faces, as well as some newcomers.
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