Multiparametric MRI can provide value by highlighting changes in the prostate following MRI-guided focal laser ablation (FLA), according to a new study published by the American Journal of Roentgenology.
While burnout is a serious issue in all healthcare specialties, it has been found to be especially prevalent in radiology. Could the size of where radiologists work affect their chance of experiencing burnout?
Updated radiotracers marketed for use in cancer diagnosis and targeted therapies could carry substantial health risks for premenopausal women that aren’t echoed in men, three New York physicians reported in a Radiology editorial this month.
With no clear consensus in place regarding the best way to measure a patient’s neck-shaft angle (NSA), researchers compared the reliability and validity of four different methods and shared their findings in Clinical Radiology.
Technologists and patients agree fundamentally on risk communication strategies when it comes to radiation exposure in medical imaging. Actually implementing those beliefs, though, could be a clinical challenge, new research out of Australia suggests.
A more compact, complex alternative to the traditional two-piece apron suit protects interventional radiologists from radiation exposure better than its predecessor, researchers wrote in the European Journal of Radiology this month. But the streamlined technology comes with a high price tag.
Blizzard Entertainment, an Irvine, California-based video game company, announced this week that it has raised $12.7 million for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation during its Pink Mercy charity campaign.
The American College of Radiology Data Science Institute (ACR DSI) announced this week that it is co-sponsoring a National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) workshop about artificial intelligence (AI) in medical imaging.
High-risk patients with negative findings at low-dose CT lung cancer screening are still at a high risk of developing lung cancer later in life, according to a new study published in Radiology. The authors added that screening should continue after more than three years.
After a recent JAMA Oncology study suggested around a third of women might benefit from avoiding breast cancer screening altogether, one Guardian editorialist is warning women of the psychological toll that can come hand-in-hand with genetic screening.
The Radiology Coding Certification Board (RCCB), a nonprofit radiology credentialing organization, announced this week that it has introduced a new credential for coders proficient in interventional radiology coding.
Men who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia have a new treatment option, University of California, San Diego researchers announced this July—and it’s one that involves minimal operative pain, fewer out-of-pocket dollars and no hospital stay.
Most pulmonary nodules smaller than six mm detected on chest x-rays are either benign or later revealed to be false-positive findings by a CT exam, according to a new study published in Clinical Radiology.
National Cancer Institute-designated websites publish lower-quality information about prostate cancer screenings than sites run by major allied organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Prostate Cancer Foundation, according to a report published this month in Practical Radiation Oncology.
Guerbet announced Tuesday, July 10, that it has signed an exclusive agreement to collaborate with IBM Watson Health and develop artificial intelligence (AI) software solutions that help detect, diagnose and treat liver cancer.