A three-judge appeals court panel reached the determination in March, reinstating the lawsuit against Chicago-based Swedish Hospital and its providers.

Howard Forman—MD and Yale professor of radiology, biomedical imaging, economics and public health—recently shared his thoughts on the outbreak. 

The JACR commentary is the latest in a long-running debate over when, and how frequently, women should receive mammography screenings.  

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association reported this trend among commercially insured Americans between the ages of 30 to 64, with an average age at diagnosis of 49.

An imaging expert from South Korea, which recently had a spike in cases, said rads' duties are numerous.

The Feb. 11 decision deals a blow to Brigham and Women’s Hospital while giving new life to a suit filed by one cancer patient's family. 

Claims of increased risk of thyroid cancer from breast imaging have been shared tens of thousands of times in recent months, despite being debunked in medical literature. 

In a new Journal of the American College of Radiology review, imaging experts outlined important infection control measures that every institution must consider. 

University College London researchers harnessed this new tool to quickly analyze cardiovascular magnetic resonance images and determine the risk of other adverse events such as stroke.

Rural U.S. populations often suffer poor access to healthcare services. The cracks many patients fall through are not the fault of radiology per se. However, researchers and rural radiologists agree that much imaging ground must be gained if location-based disparities are to be cut down to size.

A certain segment of patients is prone to undergoing dozens of CT scans, potentially increasing their chance of harm from radiation and contrast agents, researchers wrote in the European Journal of Radiology. 

Debate about this topic has heated up recently in the Netherlands, with differing recommendations on whether it’s still necessary.