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Those results have been proven true regardless of tumor type, size or grade of cancer, Brigham and Women's researchers found. 

As the imaging expert’s responsibility has grown on the care team, so too should the radiology department play a part in preventing HAIs, researchers argued. 

Researchers trained the machine by feeding it almost 230,000 digital mammography exams and more than 1 million images.

“The ACR remains deeply concerned about the sizable cuts this proposal will impose upon radiology and other medical providers that do not frequently bill E/M services," the college said. 

UC San Diego Health is testing the use of a minimally invasive, handheld device that can more easily detect and demolish kidney stones, without the need for x-rays or sedation. 

GE Healthcare is teaming up with Premier Inc. to create America’s first one-stop breast cancer diagnostic center, where women can receive their imaging results the same day as testing. 

Researchers are urging radiological professionals to stay visible and active as their institutions incorporate artificial intelligence into their imaging practices. 

“The impact of this groundbreaking solution for patients and healthcare providers is substantial," said President Brian Fleming. 

New assistive technology developed by one Canadian university could serve as a “computational second opinion” for busy radiologists assessing difficult-to-diagnose collapsed lungs, experts said this week. 

Ziv Haskal, MD, an interventional radiologist with the University of Virginia Health System, has created an 11-minute virtual reality experience for docs, detailing a less-invasive treatment for thyroid patients. 

Using CT to image skulls of humans, chimpanzees and gorillas, and tapping MRI to render brain volumes and structures, scientists in Switzerland have uncovered new clues to the trajectory of human evolution.

UCSF’s Center for Intelligent Imaging will partner with Santa Clara, California-based NVIDIA to help build AI tools that can be used in everyday practice.