FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, said his administration is working on an updated “new regulatory framework” to promote the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, and he expects medical imaging to be at the forefront of AI-based healthcare devices, according to a report published by The Hill.
Suhny Abbara, MD, a professor of radiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Texas, has been named editor of Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging, a new journal from the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
A team from Washington University in St. Louis developed a proof-of-concept technique to detect tumor biomarkers via a blood test using noninvasive focused ultrasound. The method could potentially eliminate surgical biopsies, according to a study in Scientific Reports.
Recent study findings from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers may increase the number of stroke patients who can safely be treated with tissue plasminogen activator (tPA ), or alteplase, according to an MGH release.
Researchers at CalTech are developing "erasable" contrast agents that can "blink off" on command during an MRI to reveal their exact location inside the body, according to an April 25 press release from the California Institute of Technology.
A sinus infection is no fun for most—but when 7-year-old Layla, a 2,300-pound black rhinoceros, was suffering from the condition, veterinarians needed a better understanding of her skull to guide treatment.
New findings published in JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging demonstrate how novel imaging tracers can identify infections from implanted cardiac devices (ICDs) before they have to be removed, according to an April 24 article by Cardiovascular Business.
Recent research found strain parameters taken from a cine MRI-based deformable registration algorithm (DRA) can determine the severity of amyloid buildup in the heart and may provide prognostic information on patients with light-chain (AL) amyloidosis.
A group of researchers at Thomas Jefferson University utilized super-resolution live-cell microscopy to visualize connections between neurons strengthening in real-time that produced structural changes in the brain.
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) announced April 23 it will be expanding the breadth of the NEMA American National Standard for Servicing of Medical Devices to cover all medical devices—not just those dealing with imaging technologies.