It’s cloud software turns preoperative medical images into a 3D “digital twin” of the patient’s heart enabling providers to plan procedures and navigate instruments during surgery.
Emory University radiologists called the variation in fatigued-resident efficiency "new and interesting information" that may inform scheduling approaches during training.
MITA points out that medical imaging has been "invaluable" during the COVID-19 crisis, and wants federal officials to ensure radiology is at the forefront when planning for future health emergencies.
Michigan Medicine researchers validated the method across seven labs using a number of different testing conditions, reporting their findings in Radiology.
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute scientists used low-dose CT and chest x-ray imaging data from the National Lung Screening Trial to create their model.
St. Mary’s Hospital in London launched its pilot in 2019 and early success helped establish remote reading capabilities for nearly all of its rad consultants by the beginning of the lockdown.
T1-mapping is already used at many hospitals and researchers from London believe it can be adapted to evaluate children with neuroblastoma tumors.
The Mumbai, India-headquartered company says its tool fits directly into the radiology workflow and flags important cases on the clinician's worklist.
The MRI findings may push treatment research toward drugs that eliminate excess iron from the body, commonly known as chelators, experts said Tuesday.
A new class of radiopharmaceuticals known as "antagonists" offered clinicians enhanced diagnostic options and proved superior to legacy agents for imaging neuroendocrine tumors.
MIT Press will oversee Rapid Reviews: COVID-19 and says its peer review process will only take days, compared to the standard month required for typical workflows.
Demand for molecular imaging is likely to grow in the coming years, but most trainees receive little to no exposure of the burgeoning opportunity during medical school.