Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Thomas McCaffery noted that he could only provide provisional coverage at this time until federal regulations recommend DBT for breast cancer screening.

Patients who practiced transcendental meditation and cardiac rehabilitation increased their myocardial blood flow by 20.7%.

Not only is MRI-guided intravenous thrombolysis cost-effective, but the approach offers long-term clinical benefits for stroke patients with no known time of onset.

CT colonography’s uphill climb may only get steeper, as researchers have achieved 100% accuracy identifying cancers below the surface of colorectal tissue by combining optical coherence tomography with deep learning.

"Researchers have been studying the possible link between hair dye and cancer for a long time, but results have been inconsistent," said co-author Alexandra White, PhD.

Healthcare institutions are encountering a growing number of gadolinium deposition disease cases. One expert recently discussed why radiologists should use current data to shed light on the topic and minimize their liability risk.

Among the new appointments is James P. Borgstede, MD, who will serve as president on the society's board.

Hospitals and health systems taking the leap into enterprise imaging have some pressing questions to consider, including who controls the imaging data?

A significant portion of people who undergo a CT scan or x-ray after an electric scooter accident had injuries, according to a study presented at the 2019 RSNA annual meeting.

Many institutions are making radiology reports available via online portals, but can patients actually understand the information in them?

Bypassing the blood-brain barrier has long been a challenge for clinicians, but focused ultrasound can open specific pathways and help deliver targeted treatments to those suffering from the disease.

Hospital radiology departments hoping to survive and thrive in healthcare’s volume-to-value era must get creative—and even somewhat aggressive—about growing their outpatient business.