RSNA 2020 News

AI, COVID-19 imaging dominate RSNA 2020 so far

November 30, 2020

What have been the top stories at this week's RSNA 2020 virtual conference? Artificial intelligence (AI), imaging of COVID-19, and breast MRI have drawn attention, according to this roundup from day 2 of the meeting, provided by's editorial team.

While the human interaction of the in-person RSNA conference is missing this year, the virtual format does have some advantages, according to our team. And the high quality of the RSNA program remains, even in this pandemic year.'s comprehensive coverage of RSNA 2020 is available in the RADCast@RSNA special section, at

Algorithm outperforms top breast cancer risk model
A deep-learning algorithm outperformed a top breast cancer risk assessment model in research presented at the virtual RSNA 2020 meeting. In fact, the...
Breast MRI shows promise for surgical planning
Preoperative MRI may lead to better planning for breast cancer surgeries, according to research presented on Sunday at the virtual RSNA 2020 meeting....
New York neurorads share COVID-19 best practices
New York City has been dramatically affected by the COVID-19 crisis, and neuroradiologists there were at times the first to identify the disease incidentally...
Can AI be a second reader in breast cancer screening?
An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm could obviate the need for a second radiologist to review a screening mammogram in more than four out of five...
CT quantifies COVID-19 severity, ongoing conditions
Throughout this year's COVID-19 pandemic, chest CT has proved to be a valuable tool for diagnosing the illness in particular clinical situations. CT's...

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