Care Delivery

More than 36 percent of patients with indeterminate abdominal imaging findings don’t return for follow-up imaging, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. But what factors lead to this ongoing trend?

Coronary CT angiography (CCTA) may not be the best noninvasive test of choice for patients who exhibit stable chest pain, according to a commentary published in JAMA Cardiology.

Fluoroscopy-guided lumbar spinal injections expose patients to less radiation than CT-guided injections, according to a new study published in Radiology. The fluoroscopy-guided injections, however, exposed interventionalists to more radiation. Patient outcomes were not impacted either way.

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) announced it is seeking 5,000 members to participate in the Women Informed to Screen Depending On Measures of Risk (WISDOM) Study.

Lung cancer screening (LCS) with low-dose CT effectively reduces mortality among high-risk current and former smokers, yet patients face numerous challenges that can keep them from engaging with LCS.

Healthcare providers should consider treating men and women with glioblastoma (GBM) in different ways, according to a study published in Science Translational Medicine.

Patients are at a significantly higher risk of suicide in the first year after being diagnosed with cancer, according to a new study published in Cancer. What can healthcare providers do to help mitigate this risk?

Researchers have enrolled the first patient for the Stereotactic MRI-guided On-table Adaptive Radiation Therapy (SMART) Trial, a multi-center clinical trial that will investigate the benefits of MRI-guided, high-dose radiation therapy on patients with inoperable pancreatic cancer.

Several radiologists at the Florida-based NCH Healthcare System have left their positions or given notice of leave, which may significantly impact patient care, the Naples Daily News reports.

An MRI scanner to find and study—the soul? Researchers at the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology are currently working on building a £100 million ($126 million) MRI scanner they say could do just that.

Researchers from the University of Arizona (UA) are working to develop a 15-minute MRI scan for patients with Parkinson’s disease, children and other patient populations who may have issues remaining still for the normal 40-60 minutes.

A former NFL player has taken his battle with breast cancer public, encouraging other men to pay attention to their bodies.