A new implant to treat women with breast cancer has been deemed effective by two independent studies, an encouraging development for the bioabsorbable marker branded as BioZorb.

Research from University College London and Duke University published in the journal Nature Neuroscience argues that little lies can lead an individual to tell larger ones.

Researchers and clinicians from Cooper University Hospital have been using spectral mammography on a daily basis since November 2012. A group of residents, fellows and faculty from Cooper published a review of techniques and practical applications of contrast-enhanced spectral mammography (CESM) in Academic Radiology.

Clinicians evaluating women with nondense breasts who are experiencing focal breast pain will find little to no value adding directed ultrasound to digital mammography when the latter is indicated due to screening scheduling. 

Clinicians treating young children for head trauma due to evident non-accidental injury can wisely and safely reduce radiation dose by ordering CT alone to check for both skull fractures and intracranial damage, according to a study published online Oct. 15 in Pediatric Radiology.