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A new tool developed by one Canadian university can help to more accurately locate the edges of tumors, eliminating the need for costly follow-up surgery.

Numerous imaging societies, including the American College of Radiology (ACR) and RSNA, have published a new statement on the ethical use of AI in radiology.

An x-ray interpretation system driven by AI can decipher images in just 10 seconds, compared to 20 minutes or more for its physician counterparts.

A bipartisan group of U.S. House members are urging the federal government to pull back on proposed cuts that could severely hamper heart treatment using PET. 

A Maryland-based imaging company has agreed to pay $8.5 million to settle allegations that it paid kickbacks to clients to secure further business. 

It can be difficult to convince a child to sit still through an MRI scan, especially without an assist from anesthesiology. One academic medical center is changing that norm with the help of Captain America and Iron Man. 

The Radiological Society of North America announced Friday that it’s launching a new journal dedicated to imaging in oncology. 

The American College of Radiology has “significant concerns” about the federal government’s proposed physician payment schedule for 2020 and is worried it could have a “devastating impact” on medical imaging.

Burnout is a pervasive and growing problem among young radiologists, but one Boston-based hospital may have found a remedy. 

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. has received FDA clearance for six different endoscopic imaging solutions.

Interventional radiologists can practice the delicate art of retrieving an IVC filter without risking any harm to a patient, thanks to a newly developed simulation model. 

GE Healthcare announced this week that it is partnering with several companies to develop a line of PET tracers in the hopes of better predicting patients’ responses to immunotherapies.