Col. Mohammad Naeem, MD, was presented with the Surgeon General's highest honor—the Maj. Gen. Lewis Aspey Mologne Award.
Stroke patients with a favorable imaging profile on both non-contrast CT and CT perfusion achieved better 90-day functional independence rates than all other groups, according to results of the SELECT study.
Two researchers found that using certain pixel dimensions helped tailor algorithms to detect specific abnormalities, and pushed radiology to keep this in mind when using such approaches.
Imaging markers such as breast parenchymal uptake varied greatly between women with benign and malignant lesions, according to a study published in January's Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Japan-based researchers believe the algorithm can illuminate "hidden" information contained in imaging exams, and help radiologists in their clinical decision-making.
Stanford University researchers found their method diagnosed nodules as accurately as expert classifiers and would have avoided a number of unnecessary biopsies in the process.
As healthcare continues its hunt to reduce excessive imaging, Yale New Haven Hospital has found its clinical decision support intervention to be remarkably effective.