Is more evidence needed to demonstrate the value of POCUS?
October 11, 2021 -- Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) needs rigorously designed trials to prove its value as the technology's popularity continues to grow among physicians, according to an editorial published October 11 in JAMA Internal Medicine. Read More
Evidence may be lacking for automated MRI analysis in dementia
October 11, 2021 -- There's currently a "significant evidence gap" for the use of many available automated volumetric MRI reporting applications in diagnosis of dementia, according to research published online recently in Neuroradiology. Read More
Consider the esophagus when it comes to breast cancer radiotherapy
October 11, 2021 -- Routinely avoiding the esophagus during radiation therapy for breast cancer may decrease the risk of esophageal cancer years later, according to research from Ireland published October 7 in Radiotherapy and Oncology. Read More
AI accurately identifies artifacts on diffusion MRI
October 11, 2021 -- Artifacts on diffusion MRI can be accurately identified by an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, according to a presentation at the recent Conference on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging. Read More
Will the shift to remote reading during COVID-19 be permanent?
October 11, 2021 -- Leaders in diagnostic imaging don't have a crystal ball for what working life will look like after the COVID-19 pandemic. But a couple things look certain for the future: Teleradiology use will continue to accelerate, and the horse is out of the proverbial barn when it comes to working from home. Read More
EIZO's broad lineup of diagnostic displays will suit your needs
October 11, 2021 -- EIZO has been providing high-quality monitors to the medical imaging market for more than 15 years. We have continued to expand our lineup of diagnostic monitors to respond to the evolving needs of users, facilities, and regulatory bodies. Read More
Managing displays during the pandemic requires attention to detail
October 11, 2021 -- The pandemic has significantly impacted the everyday life of radiologists, forcing many to work remotely. This new reality is shining a light on the importance of remote medical displays and how they are managed. Read More
Could adhesive tape prevent contamination on ultrasound probes?
October 8, 2021 -- The answer to preventing cross-contamination from repeat use of ultrasound probes may not come in the form of extensive cleaning or antibacterial chemicals but rather a simple strip of adhesive tape. Read More
Prostate cancer imaging tracers evaluated head-to-head
October 8, 2021 -- Korean researchers have developed a new PET imaging radiotracer that appears equal to gallium-68 prostate-specific membrane antigen-11 for detecting primary and metastatic lesions in patients with prostate cancer, according to a study in the October 1 issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Read More
AI cuts PET scan time in Alzheimer's disease
October 8, 2021 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm was able to reduce the time required to acquire PET images of Alzheimer's disease from 20 minutes to five minutes without sacrificing image quality in a study published October 4 in Computers in Biology and Medicine. Read More