The world tunes in as radiology study shows Zika’s awful effects

It’s rare to see radiological research making national front-page news. But the Zika virus has emerged as a top enemy of the national health, and RSNA’s Radiology has published some heart-stopping images inside a free study that went up Aug. 23 on the journal’s website.

Most if not all major news outlets in the U.S. are covering the study, “Congenital Brain Abnormalities and Zika Virus: What the Radiologist Can Expect to See Prenatally and Postnatally.”

From page A1 of The New York Times print edition on Aug. 24: