Conferences

Patient-centric radiology is critical to providing high-quality patient care, and radiologists are beginning to take note. Olga R. Brook, MD, of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, will be discussing patient-centric radiology Thursday, Nov. 29, at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

Artificial intelligence (AI) may be able to reduce the amount of gadolinium patients are exposed to during MRI scans, according to research presented Monday, Nov. 26, at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

2019 will see the launch of three new peer-reviewed journals published by RSNA, including one dedicated to AI in medical imaging. On Monday, Nov. 26, at RSNA 2018 in Chicago, the managing editor of the new titles filled in some details on what to expect and watch for.

As time goes on, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more widely accepted as a necessary component of clinical workflow in medical imaging. According to Tarik K. Alkasab, MD, PhD, a radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, AI has the potential to make radiology reporting much more consistent and ultimately help radiologists make smarter decisions.

During her speech Sunday, Nov. 25, at the opening session of RSNA 2018 in Chicago, RSNA President Vijay Rao, MD, noted that today's radiologists will be empowered by new technologies, not replaced by them. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing how radiologists think about and perform studies, so it’s no surprise AI and machine learning will take center stage this year at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

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With RSNA 2018 rapidly approaching, Signify Research has published a new report on the trends expected to steal the show. And, yes, artificial intelligence (AI) seems like an obvious choice for No. 1, but the report suggests another top trend: efficiency.

In late November, some 50,000 representatives from the medical imaging industry will once again gather at McCormick Place in Chicago for RSNA 2018. Vendors will share their latest and greatest solutions, attendees will take part in fascinating sessions and the convention center will burst with enthusiasm, energy and excitement.

EXPLORER, a new total-body PET/CT scanner, is the world’s first medical imaging equipment to produce 3D pictures of the entire human body—and its initial images are headed to RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

Women 75 years and older should still continue to undergo annual screening mammograms, according to a new study to be presented at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

When ultrasound reveals shoulder muscles that appear especially “bright,” it may be a warning sign of diabetes, according to findings to be presented at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.