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ECR2016: Cutting-Edge US Technology Helps Overcome Diagnostic Challenges

2016 03 Mar

Samsung has introduced cutting-edge ultrasound technology that aims to overcome diagnostic challenges, with leading radiologists praising the benefits of the pair of new diagnostic tools for breast ultrasound – S-Detect and E-Breast. Samsung’s range of solutions in computed tomography (CT), ultrasound and digital radiography (DR) systems,... Read more

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Radiology Can Look Forward to a Bright Future, Believes Industry Leader

2016 02 Mar

What is going to make the headlines in radiology and diagnostic imaging in the next five years? Dimitris Moulavasilis: Well, as an industry observer, I’m confident that the technology will keep developing at a phenomenal rate, offering improved structural imaging techniques, machine driven radiogenomic analytics and predictive biomarkers based... Read more

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The Eurosafe Imaging Initiative

2016 27 Feb

ESR’S 12-POINT ACTION PLAN THAT PUTS QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY FIRST Birth of the EuroSafe Imaging initiative Since its launch in 2014 by the European Society of Radiology (ESR), the EuroSafe Imaging initiative has placed radiation protection at the forefront of efforts to improve quality and safety in medical imaging in Europe in the most... Read more

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#ECR2015: Technical, Clinical Challenges Slow Down Integration of Imaging Biomarkers

2015 04 Mar

In a session at ECR which runs from 4-8 March in Vienna, renowned researchers will talk about the integration of imaging biomarkers in Europe and the major issues that need to be overcome to derive the full potential of quantitative imaging.    Quantitative imaging enables clinicians to identify disease early and can go a long way in improving... Read more

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#ECR2015: A Decade of Development for the European Society of Radiology

2015 04 Mar

More than 20,000 radiologists, radiographers and medical students are expected in Vienna this week, as the European Congress of Radiology opens for business. ESR President, Professor Lorenzo Bonomo took the opportunity to look back at a decade of development, since the European Association of Radiology and the European Congress of Radiology joined forces... Read more

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#ECR15: Toshiba Satellite Lunch Symposium: Better Outcomes from Detection to Treatment

2015 25 Feb

Toshiba Medical Systems invites you to the educational event "Better Outcomes from Detection to Treatment" we offer at ECR to learn more about how we are bringing innovation to life.  In addition to two lunch symposia on Thursday and Friday, our comprehensive hands-on workshop program throughout the day from Wednesday to Saturday provides... Read more

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ESR: World’s Biggest Radiological Society Just Got Bigger

2014 26 Jun

The number of European Society of Radiology members has just passed the 60,000 mark, making it by far the largest community of radiologists in the world. In 2007, the ESR introduced low-cost membership fees to ensure that it was accessible to younger radiologists and those from less affluent regions. At €10 for full or trainee membership, plus... Read more

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Esaote Enhances Ultrasound with CrystaLine Technology

2014 04 Apr

With the launch of CrystaLine technology at the European Congress of Radiology in March, Esaote is focusing on application of ultrasound through the chain of prevention, diagnosis, intervention and therapy. CrystaLine includes enhancements to hardware and software that build on Esaote's eHD ultrasound technology.  Major technical improvements... Read more

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TMC Radiology Quality Award Winners 2014

2014 21 Mar

Regionshospitalet Silkeborg, a Danish hospital in Falkevej, has won the inaugural TMC Radiology Quality Award for 2014 during a ceremony held recently at the European Congress of Radiology in Vienna.  The TMC Radiology Quality Award is launched by Telemedicine Clinic, the leading European provider of teleradiology services, and will be handed... Read more

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ECR 2014: Are Smartphones and Tablets Usable in Radiology?

2014 18 Mar

A burning question for radiology is whether the ubiquitous smartphones and tables can be used in clinical practice for image interpretation in radiology. Are they all that is needed? Rachel Toomey from Ireland addressed this question in a refresher course at the recent European Congress of Radiology in Vienna.  Currently handheld devices are... Read more