Radiology staff report satisfaction, burnout during pandemic
October 7, 2022 -- In a new survey of medical imaging staff in India, most respondents reported at least some degree of satisfaction with their careers, but they also reported symptoms of burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study was published October 3 in the Journal of Radiology Nursing. Read More
Breast cancer screening could boost lung cancer screening uptake
October 7, 2022 -- Identifying women eligible for CT lung cancer screening when they present for breast cancer screening could increase lung cancer detection rates and therefore improve patient outcomes, Stanford researchers have found. Read More
AI can improve fracture detection on whole-body trauma CT
October 7, 2022 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can help to avoid missed fractures on whole-body trauma CT exams performed on emergency department patients, according to research published October 3 in Scientific Reports. Read More
AI delivers clinical decision support and workflow improvements
October 7, 2022 -- Artificial intelligence (AI)-based applications are having a significant impact on the radiology marketplace. New applications include clinical decision support and workflow process improvements, explains Davin Korstjens of IMV Medical Information Division. Read More
Interventional x-ray, mobile C-arm markets saw recovery in 2021
October 7, 2022 -- The world market for interventional x-ray and mobile C-arm equipment is forecast to reach over $4.9 billion by 2026. Bhvita Jani from market intelligence firm Signify Research explains the trends that are shaping the segment. Read More
Transvaginal ultrasound may not be needed to check IUD position
October 6, 2022 -- Transvaginal ultrasound may not be needed for positional follow-ups after six weeks following correct insertion of an intrauterine device (IUD) in women, Dutch research published October 4 in AJOG Global Reports suggests. Read More
PET shows brain metabolic patterns in children with cerebral palsy
October 6, 2022 -- F-18 FDG-PET for the first time has revealed early morphological brain abnormalities that weren't detected by MRI in children with cerebral palsy, according to a group of nuclear medicine researchers in Shiyan, China. Read More
AI for medical imaging must be monitored for bias
October 6, 2022 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) for medical imaging is susceptible to bias based on racial or socioeconomic factors and must be monitored for this, according to a commentary published October 5 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
PET/CT radiomics model detects primary prostate cancer
October 6, 2022 -- A PET/CT radiomics model based on imaging with a gallium-68 (Ga-68) PSMA-11 radiotracer could help clinicians diagnose primary prostate cancer, according to a study by Chinese researchers published September 30 in EJNMMI Research. Read More
Study notes fall in mammography volume during COVID-19
October 5, 2022 -- Mammography volume fell and a higher proportion of women presented with palpable masses during the COVID-19 pandemic at a Canadian breast center, according to a study published October 3 in the American Journal of Surgery. Read More
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