More than 2,500 instances of EVALI have been reported across the U.S., as the death toll rises to 54.

A North Carolina radiology provider has stopped performing mammography screenings after technical concerns led to it losing accreditation for the service. 

That’s according to a new study of nearly 10,000 women, presented Thursday, Dec. 12, at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. 

Researchers with the University of Auckland recently scored a $1 million grant to advance their research, which is nearing clinical use. 

This breakthrough could help providers pinpoint other neurological conditions, experts noted in a study published Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence. 

The chief of the Journal of the American College of Radiology recently made that declaration in a new editorial released on Thursday, Dec. 5.

Researchers with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences recently made that discovery by analyzing data from almost 47,000 individuals. 

Women who use oral contraceptives have a “significantly” smaller area of the brain that’s responsible for regulating everything from body temperature to mood, appetite, sex drive and sleep cycles. 

“Early detection remains key to improving breast cancer outcomes and our collective goal is to optimize critical tools for diagnosis," said Dorraya El-Ashry, PhD, chief scientific officer for the BCRF. 

Electronic scooters have exploded in popularity, but are causing headaches in some communities. 

As radiologists continue to encounter e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury, the RSNA convened an expert panel Monday, Dec. 2, to share the latest clinical guidance. 

Researchers from the University of São Paulo hope this finding fuels the creation of better means to address a burgeoning epidemic.