ISMRM 2022 NEWS
Has cardiac MRI reached its diagnostic potential?
May 11, 2022 -- Cardiac MRI has overcome issues that limited its use in the past. But challenges remain, specifically in how it can diagnose cardiovascular disease in women, according to a presentation May 9 at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine meeting.  Discuss
Video from ISMRM 2022: Boel Hansson on congress preparation
May 11, 2022 -- LONDON - A successful session at a medical meeting requires careful planning and preparation, particularly in a pandemic, according to Boel Hansson, PhD, from Lund, Sweden. In a video interview at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), she explains how speakers worked together to put on a session about MRI safety.  Discuss
Machine learning could enable 1-minute brain MRI scans
May 10, 2022 -- With a few enhancements, including machine learning, a quantitative technique called MR fingerprinting could make a one-minute clinical brain MRI scan a reality, according to a May 9 talk at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine meeting in London.  Discuss
Video from ISMRM 2022: Tim Leiner on his move to Mayo Clinic
May 10, 2022 -- LONDON - Dutch radiologist Dr. Tim Leiner, PhD, surprised many people in September 2021 when he took up a new post at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. We caught up with the immediate past president of International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) and asked him what lay behind his decision.  Discuss
Video from ISMRM 2022: Why Nandita deSouza loves the congress
May 10, 2022 -- LONDON - Radiologist and cancer imaging expert Nandita deSouza, PhD, has attended nearly every annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) since 1991. In this interview, she explains why she returns year after year.  Discuss
Diffusion-weighted MRI shows promise in breast imaging
May 10, 2022 -- Diffusion-weighted imaging derived from MRI can help reduce unnecessary biopsies in breast cancer screening, according to presentations given May 9 at the annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.  Discuss
Don't modify the quench button: MRI safety grabs attention at ISMRM
May 9, 2022 -- LONDON - Take great care when it comes to the quench button, a specialist on MRI safety standards warned on Saturday at the annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM). Also, stay vigilant of thermal burns, attendees were told.  Discuss
Radiologists can help achieve better pediatric care with MRI
May 9, 2022 -- Personalized care is great for individual patients going through MRI scans, but it's not so simple for pediatric patients, according to a presentation given May 8 at the annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.  Discuss
MRI radiomics help predict prostate cancer metastases
May 9, 2022 -- Radiomics features extracted from multiparametric MRI exams can help predict whether prostate cancer will metastasize, according to research presented at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine meeting in London, U.K.  Discuss
Video from ISMRM 2022: Fernando Calamante on Ukraine and Russia
May 9, 2022 -- LONDON - The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) was one of the first scientific societies to issue a statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In a video interview, its president, Fernando Calamante, PhD, reflects on this statement and the current situation.  Discuss