Head & Neck
Chest Radiology: Page 2
Researchers highlight the potential of dynamic chest radiography
Dynamic chest radiography (DCR) has huge potential, says a Japanese team leading work on the technique. To show this, the group penned a review that includes more than 20 images illustrating DCR's clinical application in pulmonary vascular diseases.
September 4, 2023
Do decision-support tools for lung cancer screening work?
Lung cancer screening (LCS) decision support tools appear to increase patients' understanding of the disease and increase LCS uptake, researchers have found.
August 30, 2023
Do cancer screening exams really extend patients' lives?
In what is sure to be a controversial study among cancer screening advocates, researchers from Norway have concluded that screening mammography and CT for lung cancer screening don't necessarily extend patients' lives, according to results published August 28 in
JAMA Internal Medicine
August 28, 2023
How much radiation do children with pulmonary hypertension receive?
Children with pulmonary hypertension can receive up to an average of 8.5 mSv of radiation per year from CT exams -- roughly equivalent to about three years of naturally occurring background radiation.
August 27, 2023
Riverain installs ClearRead at Ohio center
Chest imaging technology developer Riverain Technologies has installed its ClearRead CT with Clear Visual Intelligence at Dayton Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center in Ohio.
August 23, 2023
Button battery lodged in child's esophagus for a year
A case of a child with a button battery lodged in her esophagus for a year highlights the need for imaging exams in patients with a history of difficulty in swallowing, doctors in Tanzania recently reported.
August 21, 2023
Lunit to highlight lung cancer clinical trial results
Lunit plans to highlight clinical trial results to be presented at the 2023 World Conference on Lung Cancer in Singapore that show AI analysis of tertiary lymphoid structures can predict treatment response in non-small cell lung cancer patients.
August 20, 2023
AI model estimates patient age on chest x-rays
An AI model has been trained to estimate the age of patients from chest x-rays, with findings suggesting that x-rays may help clarify relationships between aging and various diseases, according to a study published August 16 in the
Lancet Healthy Longevity
August 17, 2023
FAPI-PET shows promise for diagnosing lung cancer
F-18 FAPI-PET/CT may be superior to F-18 FDG-PET/CT for diagnosing primary and metastatic lung cancer, according to a study published August 8 in
August 8, 2023
Two 'yes/no' questions help clinicians assess LCS eligibility
A simple two-question technique shows promise for helping clinicians assess an individual's eligibility for low-dose CT (LDCT) lung cancer screening (LCS), according to a research letter published August 7 in JAMA Network Open.
August 7, 2023
Qure.ai highlights clinical results from chest x-ray software study
Radiology AI software developer Qure.ai is highlighting results from a study conducted by the U.K.'s Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust that show that the company's qXR software effectively differentiates between normal and abnormal chest x-rays.
August 6, 2023
Using AI with prior LDCT exams improves lung nodule risk assessment
A deep-learning algorithm that incorporates information from prior low-dose CT (LDCT) exams is more effective for estimating three-year malignancy risk of pulmonary nodules than models that use a single CT exam alone, researchers have found.
August 2, 2023
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