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A step forward for breast radiologists

2017 09 Nov

Breast cancer screening and the breast imagers of the future   The future of breast examinations is changing. More and more screening methods are being invented as well as an influx of young radiologists hoping to make a difference. Members of EUSOBI tell us how.   Breast cancer is the most common female cancer and the 2nd leading cause of female cancer... Read more

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The latest in breast imaging

2017 19 Sep

Prof. Gabor Forrai speaks with HealthManagement about the future of the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI) and the latest guidelines and recommendations for women in mammography   EUSOBI recently updated its recommendations on information for women on mammography. What are the main updates? Also, why is it important to involve consumers,... Read more

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New indications for coronary CT angiography

2017 19 Sep

The time has comeThe latest in CCTA and how the quality and timeliness of diagnosis can be improved.Since the beginning of the 21st century coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA ) has turned from a research tool with ill-defined indications into the recognised cardiac imaging modality with proven clinical and prognostic values. There is already... Read more

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Volume 17 - Issue 3, 2017

2017 21 Aug

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Angela Maas

2017 21 Aug

Professor of Women’s Cardiac Health Department of Cardiology - Radboud University Medical Center Nijm egen, the Netherlands Never give up.What is your top management tip?Don't forget your personal life, because although ambition is important there is always a personal life behind. What I know from my own past is that if you get more and more rigid because... Read more

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Gender Matters in Cardiology

2017 21 Aug

Meet pioneering gynaecardiologist Angela Maas, who explains why there's still a lot to do when it comes to cardiovascular disease in women.   Cardiovascular disease in women is an enduring passion for cardiologist Angela Maas, who has been a pioneer in Europe in this field. Prof. Maas started an outpatient cardiology clinic for women in 2003 and founded... Read more

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Reducing Imaging for Low Back Pain in the ED

2017 16 May

Clinical decision support integrated in electronic order entry forms can safely and effectively reduce imaging orders for patients with low-back pain in the emergency department (ED), according to a study in press in  Journal of the American College of Radiology.Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common reasons for people in the U.S. and Canada... Read more

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Cloud-Based IT Platform for Clinical Trials in Oncology

2017 07 May

Computerisation of data collection in a multicentre clinical trial allows fast and easy conduct of the study. Cloud computing is a viable solution for storing patient data in virtual archives accessible by different hospitals. The adoption of an IT platform for centralised review of images and clinical reports in trials saves resources and time.   Multicentre... Read more

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RAD-AID International and Global Health Radiology

2017 07 May

RAD-AID is a non-governmental organisation with a mission to promote radiology in global health with emphasis on sustainability through education.   According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 3-4 billion people are at risk for widespread loss and death that could be treated or avoided if radiology was available. Additionally, 6.3 million... Read more

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Appropriate Imaging for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer

2017 04 Apr

Despite evidence and guidelines for appropriate imaging use in patients with low-risk prostate cancer, studies have shown only gradual reductions in inappropriate imaging use, according to an article published in Journal of the American College of Radiology.See Also: MRI Improves Prostate Cancer Detection, Avoids Unneeded BiopsyWaste contributes to... Read more