RSNA 2018 News
Deep-learning algorithms need real-world testing
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - Although they may yield impressive performances on carefully selected datasets, artificial intelligence algorithms need to be tested on real-world cases prior to being deployed in clinical practice, according to research presented on Tuesday at the RSNA meeting.  Discuss
Video from RSNA 2018: Dr. Andrew Rosenkrantz on payment reform
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - A big issue in radiology right now is payment reform. Is the fee-for-service way of paying for radiology services the best payment model, and what are some alternatives? We discuss these issues with Dr. Andrew Rosenkrantz of NYU Langone Health.  Discuss
Siemens releases new MRI, AI for CT, and x-ray systems at RSNA
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - Siemens Healthineers is debuting a range of new products at this week's RSNA 2018 meeting, including new MRI scanners based on its BioMatrix technology, artificial intelligence (AI) for CT, and new x-ray systems.  Discuss
Video from RSNA 2018: How hot is the job market for radiologists?
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - The job market for radiologists is heating up. But what does that mean, and how long is it likely to last? We talk to Daniel Corbett, chief of business development at physician recruiting firm Radiology Business Solutions.  Discuss
How to make the most of Medicare payments
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - In an era of declining professional payments, how can radiologists maximize their Medicare reimbursements? By focusing their practices, according to research presented at the RSNA 2018 meeting.  Discuss
Video from RSNA 2018: Dr. Emanuel Kanal on gadolinium safety
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - One of the foremost authorities on gadolinium safety is Dr. Emanuel Kanal of the University of Pittsburgh. We discuss what's currently known about the issue in this new video from RSNA 2018.  Discuss
AI could thwart -- and enable -- imaging cyberattacks
November 27, 2018 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms may help prevent cyberattacks on medical imaging equipment, but they could also be used to alter images in a manner that would be difficult for radiologists to detect, according to research being presented this week at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.  Discuss
MEG might be new way to evaluate concussions
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - Could magnetoencephalography (MEG) become radiology's new weapon in its arsenal to evaluate the effects of concussions? MEG's measurement of delta-wave changes could become a key biomarker after a head injury, according to a study presented on Monday at RSNA 2018.  Discuss
New AI platform, CT scanner pace GE launches at RSNA 2018
November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - GE Healthcare is launching a new artificial intelligence (AI) platform called Edison at this week's RSNA 2018 meeting. Other major product launches include a new CT scanner family, a new series of nuclear medicine systems, and workflow tools for MRI, x-ray, and other modalities.  Discuss
How Denmark strives for quality in breast screening
November 27, 2018 -- Multidisciplinary teamwork, high-volume readers, training and audits, and continuous monitoring of quality are vital in breast cancer screening, according to Dr. Ilse Vejborg, a speaker at Tuesday's RSNA 2018 session on the Nordic countries. Her group also works hard to avoid potential harms from overdiagnosis and unnecessary intervention.  Discuss
RSNA 2018 Scientific & Educational Presentations
November 8, 2018 -- Our final destination on the Road to RSNA is imaging informatics, and specifically PACS, cybersecurity, structured reporting, clinical decision support, radiation dose-monitoring software, analytics, and issues regarding patient access to radiology results.
November 7, 2018 -- Key presentations at RSNA 2018 will discuss how artificial intelligence is helping clinicians in a variety of uses for digital x-ray, from improving dose calculations and analyzing suspicious lung nodules to hastening imaging exams and the care of patients in emergency rooms.
November 6, 2018 -- The integration of advanced visualization tools into healthcare has grown exponentially in recent years. At RSNA 2018, researchers will describe the various clinical applications of tools such as virtual and augmented reality, 3D printing, and cinematic rendering in dozens of workshops, presentations, and refresher courses.
November 5, 2018 -- RSNA 2018 will highlight the new ways ultrasound is changing clinical practice. Hot topics at year's RSNA meeting include the use of contrast-enhanced ultrasound and MR-guided focused ultrasound to diagnose different diseases, as well as the application of artificial intelligence in ultrasound imaging.
November 1, 2018 -- The scientific presentations focusing on CT at this year's RSNA conference speak to the modality's impressive resilience and continued development. Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, computer-aided detection (CAD), and updated protocols that are helping to reduce radiation dose, as well as the results from early studies of ultrahigh-resolution CT scanners, will be key topics discussed at the meeting.
October 31, 2018 -- Our Road to RSNA preview for the RSNA 2018 meeting in Chicago continues with MRI. Presentations at this year's conference will feature a range of hot topics, including artificial intelligence's impact on the modality, the issue of gadolinium-based contrast agents and also viable alternatives such as ferumoxytol, and PET/MRI's utilization in an increasing number of clinical applications.
October 30, 2018 -- Attendees of this year's RSNA meeting in Chicago will encounter a variety of studies on women's imaging topics, such as how digital breast tomosynthesis works in women with different backgrounds and types of breast tissue, ultrasound's role in breast cancer screening, the benefits of contrast-enhanced digital mammography, and how artificial intelligence can improve or enhance breast imaging.
October 29, 2018 -- Welcome to the first installment of this year's Road to RSNA preview of the RSNA 2018 meeting in Chicago. For the 10th year in a row, we're providing a modality-by-modality overview of selected scientific presentations to serve as your guide to events at McCormick Place. Our journey along the Road to RSNA begins with our preview of artificial intelligence (AI). Researchers will travel to the Windy City to share their experiences working with and developing AI applications in all aspects of the imaging process.