Radiology and Imaging

Dose-reduction technique for CT-guided spine biopsies

CT-guided spinal procedures using CT fluoroscopy have become increasingly more popular because of its ease of localisation and visualisation... Read more

Improving radiologist communications to maximise value in breast imaging

There is a continuing demand to improve value in U.S. healthcare by decreasing costs and simultaneously improving quality of care. Against this... Read more

MRI and clinical outcome in carotid artery stenosis after revascularisation

Researchers in Poland performed a prospective study to assess functional and cognitive outcome, with regard to cerebral flow on transcranial... Read more

Architectural distortion on DBT less likely to represent malignancy

Architectural distortion, which refers to distortion of the breast parenchyma with no definite mass visible, can have a malignant or benign... Read more

Ultrasonography in monitoring chronic rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a condition that poses many diagnostic problems. As such, it is often diagnosed too late, which makes effective... Read more

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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

High protection goals such as confidentiality and integrity for medical data (including patient data) require the highest standards of information security not only since the GDPR came into force. While classic firewall technologies provide good protection at network level, a web application at a higher level must be able to withstand a whole bundle... Read more

We are all experiencing challenging times due to the coronavirus, which is still spreading around the world. Canon Medical Systems also had to adjust to the situation so that we can continue to provide high quality support to our customers and partners, so they can provide the best care possible to those who need it the most: the patients. The company... 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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Cross-Regional Medical Network Facilitates Patient Access to Diagnosis, Treatment Procedures

2020 30 Nov

As early as in 1959, the Clinic Dr. Hancken, which was founded 10 years before, concluded its first cooperation contract with the municipal clinic in Stade, Germany. Now in its third generation, the clinic closely combines outpatient with inpatient treatment, a trend-setting concept in healthcare today. According to their needs, patients are treated... Read more

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The Benefits Of Improved Workflow And System Stability In Radiology

2020 24 Nov

Faced with the challenge of streamlining the workflow, managing documentation, and accounting within a single system and ensuring system stability, Merian Iselin Clinic in Basel, Switzerland, opted for the Radiology Information System (RIS) from  medavis . Only to find that the medavis solution actually had a lot more to offer.   The Merian Iselin... Read more

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