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A majority of French radiologists feel they don’t know enough about AI, according to a new study published in Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging. But they want to learn more and sound optimistic about the technology’s many benefits.

Covera Health announced Wednesday, May 15, that it is launching a multi-year collaboration with Walmart aimed at helping patients “avoid misguided and unnecessary treatment based on inaccurate radiology diagnoses.”

Aidoc has gained FDA approval for its new AI-powered solution that helps radiologists flag and triage urgent pulmonary embolism (PE) cases.

The world’s helium shortage became a hot topic in the last week, with mainstream news outlets such as Forbes, USA Today and CNN all reporting on the issue.

A new smartphone app allows patients to gain a better understanding of their own health by viewing a large 3D image of their body.

Radiology Partners announced Tuesday, May 14, that it has entered a new practice partnership with North Carolina-based Greensboro Radiology.

Dual-energy CT (DECT) shows potential as an effective tool for treating patients with pure ground-glass nodules (pGGNs), according to a new study in the American Journal of Roentgenology.

A deep learning-based diagnosis system can identify ACL tears in MRI scans as well as radiologists, according to a new study published in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence.

The world’s ongoing helium shortage made a lot of headlines after Party City announced it was closing down 45 stores by the end of 2019. What kind of impact could the deflating availability of this important element have on imaging providers?

One-on-one consultations with radiologists can lead to better overall patient care, and some healthcare providers have even launched clinics aimed at making such conversations more common.

Researchers from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles have developed a new brain imaging technique that includes an amino acid commonly found in scorpion venom. The team shared its findings in Neurosurgery.

Zebra Medical Vision has received FDA clearance for its new artificial intelligence (AI) solution that scans chest x-rays for signs of pneumothorax and alerts imaging providers when necessary.