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AI-based CAD algorithm shows value in 'real-world' setting
February 8, 2023 -- A commercially available artificial intelligence (AI)-based algorithm could help radiologists detect lung nodules on chest x-rays in patients undergoing routine health checkups, according to a study published February 7 in Radiology. Read More
AI advice on x-rays improves interpretation among nonexperts
February 8, 2023 -- Nonradiologist physicians participating in an artificial intelligence (AI) reader study achieved higher diagnostic accuracy for reading chest x-rays after receiving explainable AI advice, according to researchers. Read More
Can MRI radiomics help predict rectal cancer treatment response?
February 8, 2023 -- An MRI radiomics-based nomogram can outperform radiologists in predicting complete pathological response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in locally advanced rectal cancer, a Chinese study published February 2 in Academic Radiology found. Read More
Nomogram assesses lymph node status better in early breast cancer
February 8, 2023 -- A nomogram based on radiomics and other ultrasound features of automated breast volume scanning (ABVS) images can more accurately access axillary lymph node status, according to a report published February 5 in Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. Read More
CBCT reveals how 17th-century aristocrat sought to preserve her smile
February 7, 2023 -- Archaeologists used imaging to discover how a 17th century aristocratic woman stabilized her loose teeth using gold wires -- a solution that, although innovative at the time, likely made her condition worse, according to a report published on February 6 by Live Science. Read More
AI knee model estimates sex using skeletons from the 1800s
February 7, 2023 -- Researchers have trained an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to estimate sex on digital knee x-rays using a skeleton collection belonging to the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. Read More
Brain PET patterns emerge in early Alzheimer's patients
February 7, 2023 -- A computer model derived from amyloid PET scans appears to be able to predict how early Alzheimer's disease will progress in patients based on distinct brain patterns, according to a study published February 2 in Translational Psychiatry. Read More
COVID-19-dampened lung cancer screening rates have recovered, sort of
February 7, 2023 -- Rates of low-dose CT (LDCT) screening for lung cancer dropped significantly in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic and haven't yet returned to expected levels, according to a study published February 3 in JAMA Network Open. Read More
Quantitative ultrasound data could help predict preterm births
February 7, 2023 -- Combining historical clinical data with quantitative ultrasound data could better identify pregnant women at risk for spontaneous preterm birth, suggest findings published February 3 in Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. Read More
Spectral imaging yields clinical, financial benefits
February 7, 2023 -- Detector-based multienergy spectral imaging and photon-counting CT technology opens up a myriad of possibilities in countless clinical scenarios, according to Prof. Philippe Douek, PhD, chairman of the Imaging Department at Lyon University Hospital in France. Read More
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