Radiology and Imaging

Limitations of MRI muscle injury classification system

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) plays a key role in evaluating and classifying the extent of muscle injuries in athletic players. While... Read more

Study: 'above average' burnout symptoms among Canadian radiologists

Physician burnout is a significant issue in healthcare worldwide, and radiology burnout rates are ranked high compared to other specialities.... Read more

Helping minority women hurdle barriers to breast cancer screening

Black women are more likely to be diagnosed at later stages of breast cancer partly due to barriers to timely screening mammography, resulting... Read more

Illustration of the images acquired in the WB-MRI protocol. Whole-spine sagittal fast-spin-echo T1w (A) and T2w fat-suppressed (STIR) (B) images. Whole body (skull base to mid thighs) axial T1w thin-slice gradient-echo Dixon technique with in-phase (C), o

Study: whole body MRI is well-accepted by most patients

Whole body magnetic resonance imaging (WB-MRI) enables early cancer detection, without exposing the patient to ionising radiation. New research... Read more

Raising the BAR: Radiology Education

Medical student education in radiology has long been underrepresented in the curriculum despite the increased use of imaging in clinical... 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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Prof Jean-Louis Vincent

Innovation

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Sehat Kahani: Addressing the Social Phenomenon of Doctor Brides

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Should Families Be Allowed To Visit Dying COVID-19 Patients in the ICU?

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 Alice Reid

What Intensivists Can Learn From Geriatric Medicine

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Analgesia, Sedation and Neuromuscular Blockade in Critically Ill Patients

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