Radiology and Imaging

Radiology clinic's electronic data collection improves patient care

As adoption of value-based care models broadens, there has been an emerging emphasis on patient-reported outcomes (PROs), both for reimbursement... Read more

Images from CT colonography show segmented abdominal aortic calcification measured with semiautomated CT tool on (a) coronal and (b) sagittal images. Within region of interest over aorta selected by user, tool automatically segments and quantifies aortic

CT-based abdominal aortic calcification can predict heart attack

Computed tomography (CT) is commonly used to measure calcium, a component of plaque, in the coronary arteries. CT can also measure calcium... Read more

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

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  Radiologist Dr Georgia Spear of NorthShore Medical Group   The Hologic’s SuperSonic™ MACH™ 40 Ultrasound System brings radiologists a new generation of ultrasound technology.   At times, mammographic findings turn out very subtle. Ultrasounds enhance the detection of these findings, thus improving the accuracy of diagnosis.... Read more

Dr Amy Patel, Breast Radiologist and Medical Director, Breast Care Center, Liberty Hospital    The Hologic SuperSonic™ MACH™ 40 Ultrasound System improves diagnostic confidence because of lesion conspicuity and a wide expanse of shades of grey that is not found in other ultrasound units. It is very important to accurately know what one sees... Read more

Dr. med. Bettina Wolfgarten, Specialist in radiology, Wolfgarten Radiology, Bonn Germany   Views and opinions expressed here in by third parties alone and do not necessarily reflect those of Hologic.   A biopsy with the Brevera is like the lights suddenly going on when you're driving in a tunnel. It makes a huge difference to actually... Read more

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Computer-Aided Diagnosis for Breast Ultrasound

2023 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

Expert Insights: A Closer Look at HiFR-CEUS in Liver Diagnosis

2023 01 Jun

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS)  is already recognized as having a high diagnostic value in the examination of the liver. Recent technological advances promise to further improve the image quality of CEUS, with the potential to provide performance characteristics equivalent to other imaging modalities such as CT or MRI. Such an advance is the... 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

A patient-centred approach to mammography

2018 22 Sep

Head radiologist provides feedback on department’s three-year use of the Hologic Selenia® Dimensions® 3D Mammography™ System In an exclusive interview with HealthManagement, Dr. Annie Philippou Papoutsou explains how the implementation of Hologic’s Selenia® Dimensions® 3D Mammography™ System has helped radiologists to detect more cancers,... Read more

How can radiologists adapt to the knowledge age?

2018 22 Sep

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the talk of the radiology world. While AI is unlikely to replace the radiologist, better adaptation in healthcare to new technology is needed. In this interview with HealthManagement, Paul Chang, Professor of Radiology at the University of Chicago, explains the importance of human-machine cybernetic harmony.... Read more

Clinical diagnostic reference levels in medical imaging

2018 22 Sep

An introduction to the European study on clinical DRLs for x-ray medical imaging (EUCLID). The EUCLID project was launched by the European Commission to collect data needed for the establishment of DRLs for the most important x-ray imaging tasks, from the perspective of radiation protection, and to specify up-to-date DRLs for these clinical... Read more

Successful quality management system in a radiology department

2018 22 Sep

Basic components of effective performance improvement programmes include patient safety, process improvement, customer service, professional staff assessment, and education, each of which requires strategies for implementing continuous programmes to monitor performance, analyse data, implement change, and meet regulatory requirements.... Read more

Follow-up breast cancer imaging widely variable, U.S. study finds

2018 22 Sep

No consensus on surveillance imaging after treatment. Geography affects what post-treatment imaging women with low-risk breast cancer receive in the United States. A study that analysed follow-up imaging received by women with non-metastatic breast cancer found wide variation across the United States. Of concern was that many low-risk... Read more

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