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Cardiovascular Imaging

Elizabeth A. Krupinski, PhD, professor and vice chair for research at the Emory University School of Medicine’s department of radiology and imaging sciences, has been studying fatigue in radiology for a decade now. At RSNA 2016, Krupinski will present information on some of what she’s learned during the three-part “Perception in the Clinic” session on Friday, Dec. 2. 

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Ocular imaging a focus at Mount Sinai's new Eye and Vision Research Institute

The Mount Sinai Health System is expanding its portfolio with the creation of the Mount Sinai/New York Eye and Ear (NYEE) Eye and Vision Research Institute, which is the first of its kind in the New York City metropolitan region. 

PET/CT shows how stress in the brain today manifests as cardiovascular problems tomorrow

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Machine learning proves a plus in cardiopulmonary care

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G-Arm B6 Duo imaging system receives FDA clearance

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Early-stage colorectal cancer diagnosis among seniors increased after ACA changes to Medicare

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Fusion signs 3-year deal with multi-site radiology center for cloud solutions

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HyperMed receives FDA clearance for new medical imaging device

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Scientists use CT scan to discover how long dinosaurs incubated in eggs

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