Top news stories in radiology for August 2022

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What were the top news stories in radiology for August 2022? At the top of the list was our article on the passing of Dr. Raymond Damadian, considered by many to be the father of MRI. Two articles on CT were also widely read, one on the modality's growing use in the emergency department and another on CT lung screening.

Other popular articles from August included a story on how researchers used an artificial intelligence algorithm to create x-ray-like images from ultrasound scans, how PET was able to predict early Alzheimer's disease from beta-amyloid and tau biomarkers, and how efforts to reduce burnout among radiologists seem to be falling short.

  1. Dr. Raymond Damadian, father of MRI, dies at 86
  2. Use of CT booms in the emergency department
  3. NELSON lung screening protocol beats NLST for cancer detection
  4. AI algorithm creates x-ray-like images from ultrasound scans
  5. PET shows amyloid beta + tau biomarkers = Alzheimer's disease
  6. Burnout reduction strategies seem to be falling short for radiologists
  7. Burnout common among private-practice radiologist leaders
  8. Alzheimer's researchers find high PET tracer uptake in women's skulls
  9. Changing CT order entry process helps cut contrast media use
  10. AI can predict patient demographics from chest x-rays

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