“We’ve been telling patients that even if these injections don’t relieve your pain, they’re not going to hurt you, but now we suspect that this is not necessarily the case,” said Ali Guermazi, MD, PhD, a professor of radiology at Boston University’s School of Medicine. 

The Ivy League institution is now trying out the transportable tool in the neuro intensive care unit of Yale New Haven Hospital.

There’s been little research conducted on this phenomenon. But investigators with the National Center for Health Statistics recently dived into the data and found clear disparities between immigrants and U.S.-born women, according to their study, published Wednesday, Oct. 9, in National Health Statistics Reports.

National Institutes of Health experts have developed a new high-performing MRI method that uses a low magnetic field and could open a whole new wealth of possibilities for the technology.

The New Zealand government is faulting a local radiologist who failed to recognize one 67-year-old patient’s bowel cancer in CT scans, which eventually spread to his lungs and liver.

A new law in Pennsylvania requires more out of imaging professionals—how are radiologists handling this dramatic change? 

It can be difficult to convince a child to sit still through an MRI scan, especially without an assist from anesthesiology. One academic medical center is changing that norm with the help of Captain America and Iron Man. 

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.

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

“Fast MRI” scans, which use quicker imaging techniques and don’t require sedation or ionizing radiation, can identify traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in young patients, according to a new study published in Pediatrics.

Screening mammography can provide significant value for men at a high risk of developing breast cancer, according to new research published in Radiology.

As health systems and medical societies continue to emphasize value-based care, the day may come when radiologists are expected to disclose medical errors and even apologize directly to patients.