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Completion of CT lung screening varies between groups in Hawaii
January 20, 2022 -- A new study out of Hawaii indicates that participation in CT lung cancer screening varied among Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and Asian individuals, according to a population-based study published January 20 in JAMA Network Open. Read More
AI reconstruction aids lung nodule detection on ultralow-dose CT
January 20, 2022 -- A deep learning-based image reconstruction algorithm can enable detection of more lung nodules on ultralow-dose CT exams -- at radiation doses comparable to a chest x-ray, according to research published January 18 in Radiology. Read More
Prostate MRI predicts urinary continence after surgery
January 20, 2022 -- Measurements of the urethra seen on MRI exams prior to surgery may predict urinary continence in men after prostatectomy, according to a study published January 18 in Radiology. Read More
How will Medicare payment changes impact your radiology practice?
January 20, 2022 -- Now that the final Medicare conversion factor for 2022 of $34.6062 has been established, we can analyze the real impact that radiology practices can expect this year. Sandy Coffta of Healthcare Administrative Partners offers an analysis. Read More
FAPI-PET may improve diagnosis of gastric cancer
January 19, 2022 -- Hybrid PET/MR imaging with an experimental gallium-68-labeled fibroblast activation protein inhibitor (FAPI) radiotracer outperforms standard molecular imaging for diagnosing gastric cancer, according to a study published in the January issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Read More
Varian earns IMV 2021 ServiceTrak awards
January 19, 2022 -- Varian has received 2021 ServiceTrak awards in multiple categories related to customer satisfaction in the company's radiation therapy business. Varian received the awards at the RSNA 2021 meeting. Read More
CT lung screening of low-risk women leads to overdiagnosis
January 18, 2022 -- A new study from Taiwan found that performing CT lung cancer screening on mostly low-risk women who didn't smoke leads to "considerable" lung cancer overdiagnosis, according to research published January 18 in JAMA Internal Medicine. Read More
Use of ultrasound contrast lags, despite its clear benefits
January 18, 2022 -- While 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. Read More
Siemens Healthineers earns IMV 2021 ServiceTrak awards
January 18, 2022 -- Siemens Healthineers has received 2021 ServiceTrak awards in multiple categories related to customer satisfaction in the company's medical imaging business. Siemens received the awards at the RSNA 2021 meeting. Read More
SNMMI warns of omicron's impact on PET/CT scans
January 14, 2022 -- The COVID-19 omicron variant appears to cause an unusual imaging pattern on FDG-PET/CT scans in cancer patients, according to a statement released January 14 by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) COVID-19 Task Force. Read More
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