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 Andrew Brown

The Reputation Riddle

While the fruits of a good corporate reputation translate into increased...

Prof. James R. Stone

Big Data Initiatives to Support Next Generation Neuroimaging of TBI

Big Data Initiatives to Support Next Generation Neuroimaging of Trauma

 Eirini Christaki

Antibiotic Management in the ICU

Antimicrobial management in the intensive care unit (ICU) represents an...

Prof. Georg Bongartz

Real-Time Monitoring in Radiology

In healthcare today control is mainly based on retrospective analysis of...

Prof. Peter G. Brindley

Communicating About Difficult Medical Decisions

The Most Dangerous Procedure in the Hospital?Communication is central to...

Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent

Cost-Effectiveness

In medicine the benefits of treatment are always weighed against possible...

Radiology and Imaging
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#UKRC2015: Keep Calm and See the Duty Radiologist

A rota of duty radiologists to handle queries is a highly efficient triage system that offers a beneficial service to clinicians and saves radiologists’... Read more

Joseph Vettukattil, MD

Imaging Techniques Produce Heart Model

Experts from Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital have integrated echocardiography and computed tomography (CT) to produce a three-dimensional... Read more

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#UKRC2015: Simple Solutions for Voice Recognition Errors

Voice recognition is a key element of the digitised radiology workflow. However, voice recognition errors do happen. The extent of VR errors... Read more

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#UKRC2015: Higher Value Imaging According to Muir Gray

The future is in our hands, according to Professor Sir Muir Gray presenting the Mayneord Lecture at UKRC 2015 in Liverpool today. Clinicians... Read more

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MRI Contrast Agents: Study Highlights 'Safety Issue'

A new study, published in the journal Investigative Radiology, indicates that repeated use of specific “linear”-type gadolinium-based contrast... Read more

early-stage breast cancer

Mets Imaging in Early Breast Cancer Common Despite Guidelines

A Canadian study shows that most women with early-stage breast cancer will undergo imaging to determine if the cancer has metastasised, despite... Read more

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CT Screening for Lung Cancer

A new study published in Radiology shows that annual low-dose computed tomography (CT) screening can be effective in monitoring people with nonsolid... Read more

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New Imaging Tool Could Make Brain Tumour Removal Safer

Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a way of using a different imaging technology, called optical coherence tomography (OCT), that could... Read more

Adenomas: rare liver tumours

New MRI Technique for Classifying Liver Tumours

Researchers at MedUni Vienna have used a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique to classify adenomas — rare liver tumours — without subjecting... Read more

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Ensuring Radiation Safety in Clinical Trials

Radiation experts in the UK have drawn up a new system to streamline approval process for setting up clinical trials involving radiotherapy and... Read more

MRI: brain cell density

Cell Density Unchanged as Brain Shrinks With Age

Using a powerful 9.4-Tesla MRI — the first of its kind for human imaging — researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have obtained... Read more

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Brain Injury Patterns Linked to Post-traumatic Depression, Anxiety

A new MRI study published in the journal Radiology has found distinct injury patterns in the brains of people with concussion-related depression... Read more

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15 Ways to Add Value in Imaging

Adding value in radiology can be as simple as remembering to introduce yourself when you contact a referring doctor, according to Nathaniel Margolis,... Read more

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Low-tech Tool Benefits Radiologists

In an era of sophisticated business analytics and elaborate social media campaigns, one low-tech tool remains useful: a survey of key stakeholders.... Read more

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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Men Benefit from Ultrasound Screening

Men benefit from one-time ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) in terms of reduced risk of dying, fewer abdominal aorta... Read more

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Ultrasound, Algorithms Detect Bacterial Meningitis in Babies

Researchers have developed a portable ultrasound device that is expected to revolutionise the detection of bacterial meningitis in infants. Currently... Read more

Deep vein thrombosis

Novel PET Tracer Pinpoints Risky Blood Clots

Researchers have developed a molecular imaging technique that could save lives by revealing troublesome thrombi, or blood clots. Their work was... Read more

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International Day of Radiology Boost for Radiographers

As part of ongoing efforts to intensify their relations, the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and the European Federation of Radiographer... Read more

Neuroendocrine tumour of the small intestine

PET/CT Captures Hidden Source of Neuroendocrine Cancer

Determining the origin of cancer becomes difficult when tumour cells have already spread to other tissues (metastases). An investigational molecular... Read more

Cerebral aneurysm

Aneurysms May Recur Years After Endovascular Treatment

While endovascular treatment (EVT) of intracranial aneurysm is effective in preventing long-term bleeding, this may be followed by aneurysm recurrences... Read more

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