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As concerns about vaping-related lung injury continue to spread across the country, researchers are giving radiologists some tips to be ready for the next patient.

Imaging giant GE Healthcare announced this week that it’s teaming with biotech firm Theragnostics in a bid to improve prostate cancer treatment.

The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) is giving radiologists an assist in efforts to address device-related cybersecurity concerns at their practices. 

National Institutes of Health experts have developed a new high-performing MRI method that uses a low magnetic field and could open a whole new wealth of possibilities for the technology.

A convolutional neural network (CNN) could potentially help with the detection and segmentation of suspicious findings on prostate MRI scans, according to new findings published in Radiology.

Scientists have found a way to shrink immense imaging systems down to the size of a pencil eraser, a breakthrough they hope could eventually have a huge impact on patient care.

With imaging now living in a digital world free of films, radiologists must remain vigilant of potential threats from hackers.

As the use of artificial intelligence continues to proliferate in healthcare, radiologists may be opening themselves up to a whole new set of liability concerns.

University of Arizona Health Sciences scientists are developing a new 3D breast-specific cancer detection method that would do away with the often-painful compression methods used during mammograms.

The New Zealand government is faulting a local radiologist who failed to recognize one 67-year-old patient’s bowel cancer in CT scans, which eventually spread to his lungs and liver.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) has added four new topics and 15 revised topics to the ACR Appropriateness Criteria.

Epica International, a San Clemente, California-based medical imaging technology company, has received FDA clearance for its multi-modality mobile imaging platform.