Early MRI aids in prognosis for severe TBI
September 25, 2018 -- By performing an MRI scan soon after traumatic brain injury (TBI), clinicians can more quickly gather prognostic information based on the type and specific location of the injury, according to a study by researchers from Saudi Arabia and published in the Journal of Affected Disorders.  Discuss
How can PACS functionality be improved?
September 25, 2018 -- PACS has come a long way since it was first adopted in the early 1980s. But PACS software developers still need to address important technological limitations that can have a negative impact on user experience, according to research published on 17 September in the Journal of Digital Imaging.
Problems persist for breast cancer detection in Morocco
August 7, 2018 -- In advance of ECR 2019's focus on Africa, we have a special report about Morocco. A new evaluation has found the country continues to come up short in terms of breast cancer detection, even though the rate of annual screening coverage achieved was acceptable.  Discuss
MRI quality training comes up short
August 3, 2018 -- A study conducted by Irish and Saudi researchers into opinions and attitudes among MRI professionals has revealed that radiographers have a low participation rate in quality assurance testing and may rely too heavily on equipment vendors for ongoing scanner performance.  Discuss
Mammography screening should consider radiation risk
July 11, 2018 -- A woman's risk of radiation-induced cancer from regular screening mammography should be taken into consideration when assessing the performance of breast cancer screening programs, according to a study published in the August issue of Radiography.  Discuss
7T MRI may release mercury from amalgam dental fillings
June 26, 2018 -- MR imaging at 7-tesla magnet strength may release toxic mercury from amalgam dental fillings, according to a new study published online June 26 in the journal Radiology. However, the effect was not found with the lower-strength 1.5-tesla magnets that are more commonly used in the clinical setting, the researchers noted.  Discuss
Social media supports teleradiology efforts in Syria
May 31, 2018 -- Social media platforms have helped teleradiologists from all over the world support local physicians in Syria, which has been in a state of crisis due to civil war since 2011, according to a case study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.  Discuss
Research spotlights breast screening shortfall in Iran
May 22, 2018 -- New research has shown that the number of women undergoing mammography screening in Iran is far from satisfactory. While breast screening can save lives, the study has highlighted significant gaps in the country's screening strategy for safeguarding its target population.  Discuss
CT dose comes under close scrutiny in Saudi Arabia
April 10, 2018 -- A comprehensive study of diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) in Saudi Arabia has shown that the current levels are comparable with European DRLs, thanks to cutting-edge imaging technology, but patient dose varies between departments depending on scanning mode and protocols used.  Discuss
MRI contrast: Unnecessary for follow-up in meningioma?
April 5, 2018 -- In the routine follow-up of patients with intracranial meningioma, unenhanced MRI scans are as effective in evaluating the disease as imaging with gadolinium contrast, according to a study from Turkey presented at ECR 2018 in Vienna.  Discuss
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