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Dr. Christian P Subbe

A Critical Age: The Influence of Frailty Measurements

While prognosis of elderly patients in intensive care is often seen as...

 Asli Özyildirim

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Big Data Initiatives to Support Next Generation Neuroimaging of TBI

Big Data Initiatives to Support Next Generation Neuroimaging of Trauma

Dr. David Brealey

Rapid Pathogen Testing With PCR/ESI-MS

The RADICAL multicentre observational study was performed to compare PCR/ESI-MS...

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Technology Supports Patients at Home

The European Union is not alone in facing unprecedented demographic changes...

Prof. Jeffrey Lipman

Physiotherapy Services in the Australian ICU

Physiotherapists are key members of the Australian intensive care unit...

Radiology and Imaging
microscopy image of 4 subcellular targets

New Way to Image Single Molecules in ‘True Colour’

A Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) team has invented a new technology to image single molecules with unprecedented spectral... Read more

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PET Method Scans Whole Body for a Blood Clot

A new imaging method — so far tested in rats — may someday enable clinicians to quickly scan the entire body for a blood clot, according to researchers... Read more

small MBI-occult invasive ductal carcinoma

MBI: Cost-Effective Secondary Breast Screening Method

A Mayo Clinic study shows that molecular breast imaging (MBI) for women with dense breast tissue resulted in a lower cost per cancer detected... Read more

 atherosclerosis, the most common form of CAD

Diagnostic Imaging Can Rule Out CAD in Low-Risk Patients

According to Dutch researchers, coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) combined with calcium scoring can noninvasively rule out coronary... Read more

Max Wolf, PhD, of the IGB in Berlin

Collective Intelligence Improves Mammography Screening

A new study by an international team of scientists shows that swarm intelligence can be used to improve the efficiency of mammography screening... Read more

early spread of breast cancer detected by MRI

MRI Technique Detects Early Breast Cancer

New research from Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) shows that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect the earliest signs of... Read more

Library reaching into the sky

Doctors Turned Writers - Holiday Reading

As it’s summer season in the northern hemisphere, HealthManagement.org brings you some suggestions for holiday reading. We present a selection... Read more

What Satisfies Imaging Patients? Views Differ

When one radiology practice in the U.S. wanted to evaluate patient satisfaction, it decided to learn from the hospitality industry. The University... Read more

Internet Resources

Free Internet Resources for Radiologists

This is the second in a series of three articles written by Dr Andrew Dixon, Managing Editor for Radiopaedia.org and Dr Fiona Pathiraja, Chair... Read more

Dr. Jonas L. Matzon of the Rothman Institute

Some Radiation 'Safe' for Expectant Mother, Foetus

According to researchers at Thomas Jefferson University, imaging studies necessary to diagnose traumatic injuries sustained by pregnant women... Read more

reducing exposure to radiation

New Standards Pave the Way for Better Imaging

The new standards for diagnostic imaging, issued by the Joint Commission, aim to help prevent duplicate and unnecessary medical imaging and reduce... Read more

one axon (blue) innervates 5 dendritic spines (orange, labeled 1–5)

New Imaging Tool: Probe Into the Brain

A new imaging tool has allowed Boston scientists to look inside the brain of an adult mouse at a scale previously unachievable, generating images... Read more

The British Institute of Radiology (BIR)

BIR Response to RCC's Paediatric Imaging Audit

The British Institute of Radiology (BIR) issued the following statement in response to the Royal College of Radiologists’ national audit of paediatric... Read more

chest x-ray

Treatment Delay for Lung Cancer Patients

According to researchers, patients suspected of having lung cancer may wait too long to receive treatment, and too many patients skip vital diagnostic... Read more

translational, cryogen-free, preclinical MRI systems

MRI Technology Deals With Helium Shortage

As helium gas used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners is increasingly becoming scarce, a UK-based medical imaging vendor continues... Read more

Kevin S. King, MD, Keck School of Medicine at USC

Cardiovascular Risk Factors May Predict Alzheimer’s Disease

An imaging study shows that specific cardiovascular risk factors, such as alcohol use, smoking, obesity and diabetes, correlate with smaller... Read more

Colourful signposts

Is that Scan (Song) Really Necessary?

As the concept of “Choosing Wisely” travels the world (USA, Australia, Canada, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK), one Canadian professor... Read more

insulin resistance linked to memory loss

Insulin Resistance Increases Risk for Alzheimer's Disease

An imaging study finds a strong association between insulin resistance and lower brain glucose metabolism in a group of late middle-age adults... Read more

Radiologist assistants in words

Radiologist Assistants in the United States - Here to Stay?

Advanced roles for radiology technicians/ radiographers have been defined in a number of countries, including the UK, Australia and the United... Read more

Low Risk Ankle Rule

Ankle Injuries in Children Don't Always Need an X-Ray

Emergency physicians can safely reduce x-rays in children with injured ankles by as much as 23 percent, resulting in cost and time savings for... Read more

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