Radiology and Imaging

Nodule risk estimation in screening CT: computer model vs. human observers

A new study sought to compare human observers to a mathematically derived computer model for differentiation between malignant and benign... Read more

Effect of epidural steroid injection on MRI findings

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine is the preferred diagnostic tool for pathologic conditions affecting the spine. However, in... Read more

Echo indices for RVEF monitoring in pulmonary hypertension

Serial assessment of right ventricular ejection fraction (RVEF) predicts the clinical outcome of patients with pulmonary hypertension (PH).... Read more

MR features: triple negative breast cancer vs. receptor positive cancer

Triple negative breast cancer (TNBCs) constitute a relatively small number of all breast cancers, but they are responsible for a relatively... Read more

The utility of MRI for diagnosing angiomyolipoma

According to new research, echogenic nonshadowing renal lesions larger than 4 mm seen at ultrasound should not be assumed to represent an angiomyolipoma... Read more

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Increasing collaboration between health care providers and the medical industry is proven to be beneficial as it continues to pave the way for innovative technologies.  By bringing expert opinions to the table, we can explore patient safety and infection prevention, discussing what can further be done to improve the endoscopic field. Sparked... Read more

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, accounting for one in four annual cancer cases world wide 1  In Europe alone, 576,337 women were diagnosed with the disease in the year 2020 2  Breast cancer can have devastating effects on patients and the people around them, as the disease kills more European women than any other cancer.... Read more

The Lockdown May End, But Nursing Will Continue My dear readers it is time again for my monthly update: It has been two weeks now since we have some semblance of our lives back in the United Kingdom. Well, almost. All shops, cinemas, theatres, and concert halls are open. Also the UK has reopened for tourism, meaning people are allowed to enter... Read more

White Papers and Case Studies

Computer-Aided Diagnosis for Breast Ultrasound

2016 23 Jul

Samsung Applies Deep Learning from Big Data in World-First The Samsung RS80A with Prestige premium ultrasound device now includes S-Detect™, which applies deep learning to breast lesion analysis using ultrasound. Background   Breast ultrasound can be hard to read and interpret and the reader may experience fatigue and attention lapses.... Read more

Hybrid Learning

2022 26 May

The next step in transforming medical education What drives the change in education? The COVID-19 pandemic has driven digitalization in every aspect of our lives. In our professional lives, we all got used to working and collaborating remotely – and by now, everyone has become an expert in video conferencing. In the entire educational sector,... Read more

3DQuorum™ Imaging Technology

2021 25 Feb

Improving radiologist performance through Artificial Intelligence and SmartSlices Brad Keller, Ph.D, Director, Clinical Research Breast Health, Hologic, Inc. Ashwini Kshirsagar, Ph.D, Chief Scientist, Clinical Solutions, Research and Development, Hologic, Inc. Andrew Smith, Ph.D., Vice President, Image Research Breast Health, Hologic. Inc.... Read more

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Dr. Ian Weissman

The Serious Public Health Consequences of Health Disparity

As hospitals and clinics rebuild and reorganise from the public...

 Daniela Pedrini

Climate change and healthcare architecture

IFHE Vice–President hopes for more sustainability in healthcare....

Dr Fons Rademakers

Using BioDynaMo to Study COVID-19 Spread in Closed Spaces

The open-source BioDynaMo platform was developed at CERN to assist...

Dr. Gil Rodas

Diagnostic imaging in sports medicine

Radiologists collaborate with sports physicians for optimal performance...

Prof. Lluís Donoso-Bach

The Challenge of Being Novel in Healthcare

Healthcare is known for its slow pace of change, but the pandemic...

 Erin Birch

What if we Treated Patients More Like Customers?

COVID-19 has ignited the need for data-driven decision making, personalised

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