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Using an advanced PET imaging technique with a carbon-11-based radiotracer, researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore found as association with post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome (PTLDS) and widespread brain inflammation. 

Pediatric imaging centers switching from standard head CT protocols to dual-energy CT can expect such improvements as fewer artifacts, lower radiation doses, equivalent or slightly improved image noise and no significant difference in signal-to-noise ratio.

When primary care physicians (PCP) interact with their patients at a high level, it leads to improvements in breast cancer screening adherence for all racial and ethnic minority groups, according to new findings published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

The precision medical imaging market is expected to grow from $120 million in 2017 to more than $8 billion in 2027, according to new analysis from Frost & Sullivan.

A consultant radiologist with Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in New Delhi committed suicide after accusing three doctors at the hospital of “humiliating and harassing” her while she was heading an inquiry related to misconduct against them.

Twenty-eight percent of U.S. diagnostic radiology residents say they experienced workplace bullying during their residency, according to research published in Clinical Imaging.

The FDA has published a new letter to providers in radiology, pathology, emergency medicine and several other specialties with updated information related to breast implant associated-anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL).

The Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) is launching a new Business Excellence Program to recognize radiology practices that have demonstrated a commitment to high quality and advancing the business of radiology.

It surprised some imaging professionals when a recent analysis published in the American Journal of Roentgenology called for the practice of patient shielding during medical imaging examinations to come to an end. Radiology Business spoke with that article’s two co-authors, Rebecca M. Marsh, PhD, and Michael Silosky, MS, to learn more.

If you’ve seen one data center, you’ve seen them all. That’s what Charles Rivers believed, at least.

Like every American academic healthcare institution, SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., is a beehive of activity in three overlapping yet distinct areas of focus—patient care, physician education and medical research.