Breast cancer disparities exist among sex, gender minority groups
February 2, 2023 -- Several disparities exist in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment for sex and gender minority groups compared to cisgender women despite similar use of screening mammography, suggest findings published February 2 in JAMA Oncology. Read More
Can virtual consults mitigate reading room 'chaos'?
February 2, 2023 -- Referring providers prefer virtual radiology consults to phone calls -- and this type of consultation may help curb reading room "chaos" caused by phone interruptions, according to a study published January 25 in the Journal of Digital Imaging. Read More
Info booklet helps older women decide whether to continue mammography
February 2, 2023 -- A decision aid in the form of an informative booklet can help women aged 75 years and older to determine whether it's a good idea to continue with breast cancer screening, suggests a pilot study published January 31 by PEC Innovation. Read More
Are hospitals disclosing prostate cancer service costs?
February 2, 2023 -- Hospitals aren't necessarily disclosing prostate cancer service costs, despite a 2021 mandate issued by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a January 30 study published in Prostate Cancer Prostatic Disease has found. Read More
3D-printed models improve pediatric retroperitoneal surgery planning
February 1, 2023 -- Using 3D-printed models of retroperitoneal tumors is an effective way to plan surgery for children and to communicate about the procedure with their parents, according to a study published January 30 in Nature: Scientific Reports. Read More
Radiation exposure among radiology staff lower than recommended limits
February 1, 2023 -- Occupational exposure to radiation among radiologists and radiologic technologists is about 90% below annual dosage limits, according to a report published January 31 in Radiation Physics and Chemistry. Read More
Can the field of radiobiology survive?
February 1, 2023 -- Unless it attracts new students, the profession of radiobiology in the U.S. may cease to exist as a distinct subspecialty, according to a group of U.S. experts. Read More
AI improves digital x-ray detection of lung nodules
January 31, 2023 -- A group in Korea has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that could help radiologists detect pulmonary nodules on digital chest x-rays, according to a study published January 31 in JAMA Open Network. Read More
MRI appears best for detecting cancers in women with dense breasts
January 31, 2023 -- MRI is the best supplemental imaging method when it comes to detecting breast cancer in dense breasts in average-risk women, according to research published January 31 in Radiology. Read More
How do radiology residents in the U.S. want to learn about AI?
January 31, 2023 -- Most radiology residents in the U.S. want education on artificial intelligence (AI) technology to be included in the residency curriculum and they want the training to be hands-on, according to research published January 27 in Academic Radiology. Read More
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