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Siemens Healthineers announced Thursday, Sept. 26, that it has received FDA clearance for three modules of the company’s AI-Rad Companion Chest CT software.

Screening ultrasound (US) examinations after digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and after digital mammography (DM) result in comparable cancer detection rates, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.

The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) has continued its push to get the FDA to clarify the difference between servicing and remanufacturing. 

Researchers have found that gallium-68 (Ga-68) dotatate PET/CT is a more effective tool for finding candidates for peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT) than traditional methods, sharing their findings in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine

Sometimes, no matter how calm and collected a radiologist’s demeanor might be, a patient is going to get upset. 

AI models can interpret medical images with a diagnostic accuracy comparable to that of actual physicians, according to new findings published in The Lancet Digital Health

Researchers have developed an AI algorithm that can help identify patients who have suffered a stroke and would benefit from an endovascular thrombectomy.

Siemens Healthineers and HealthyWomen, a nonprofit focused on women’s health, have published the results of a new survey focused on patient comfort during mammograms.

Missed appointments continue to be a significant issue in radiology. In fact, according to one estimate, they can easily cost a mid-sized outpatient imaging center nearly $2 million annually.

Deploying 3D-printed, anatomical patient models and surgical guides has the potential to dramatically drop both time spent in the operating room and healthcare costs.

Cancer advocates and Yale Medicine are urging radiology business professionals to raise awareness about the dangers of breast density Wednesday, Sept. 25, as part of a one-day social media campaign. 

Every patient’s medical history should include a “Past Imaging History” section specifically designed to provide context about their health, according to a new commentary published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.