Radiology and Imaging

AI tools in radiology: who pays and how?

An increasing number of research studies report important benefits from use of artificial intelligence technologies (e.g., face recognition,... Read more

Key reasons why patients 'no-show' for imaging appointments

A new study provides insights as to why patients “no-show” for imaging appointments. Researchers found that modality type and scheduling... Read more

U.S. study: wide variation in breast cancer follow-up imaging

A new U.S. study shows that follow-up imaging for women with nonmetastatic breast cancer varies widely across the country, with many low-risk... Read more

Brain section of a transgenic mouse for AD showing accumulations of amyloid plaques (green) and ferritin (red).

New MRI technique for detecting Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers in Spain have developed a new contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based on functionalised magnetic nanoparticles... Read more

Need to improve gender reporting in radiology human subjects research

A new analysis shows that gender is a poorly controlled, and frequently neglected, variable in human subjects research published in the... Read more

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In February 2020, news started filtering slowly through the media about a fast-spreading virus in China. Within a month it hit South Africa, and the President Cyril Ramaphosa and his team had the unenviable task to warn and educate all citizens about the impending virus. Their initial addresses to the nation was of doom and gloom and instant lockdown... Read more

Shortage of skilled manpower is a widespread fact and has indeed not spared radiology. If you are looking into details why radiological manpower is missing, you will find different reasons for it.   · Radiology seems not to be that attractive anymore for young doctors · Further, radiology itself gets more and more complex and the ongoing specialization... Read more

The profitability and success of an imaging center depend on day-to-day management decisions. Who provides the facts for these decisions? Where is potential for improvement in the workflows? How high is the workload? How can it be ensured that risk factors are identified promptly and that targeted measures are derived?   Radiology IT systems such... Read more

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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

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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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Genius AI™ Detection for Breast Tomosynthesis

2021 24 Feb

Improving radiologist performance and workflow through deep learning AI applications. Ashwini Kshirsagar, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Clinical Solutions, Research and Development, Hologic, Inc. Brad Keller, Ph.D., Director, Clinical and Scientific Affairs Breast Health, Hologic, Inc. Andrew Smith, Ph.D., Vice President, Image Research Breast Health,... Read more

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