That's according to a Jan. 17 white paper published by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

Emory University researchers found their website helped imaging experts understand and implement the brain tumor reporting and data system.

Women who wore a VR headset during chemotherapy reported less anxiety and a better mood following their appointment.

Norris filed the suit against the manufacturer in November 2017, alleging his wife Gena suffered severe side effects from the contrast agent. 

More than 90% of participants said they would use the game for educational purposes again.

Experts believe their approach will allow specialists to pinpoint brain-related pathologies—such as physical injuries, cancer or language disorders, among other things—with improved accuracy.

Kamran Avanaki, PhD, will use the money to continue developing a point-of-care, 3D neonatal imaging system.

Two imaging experts believe the ledger technology holds some of the same potential to change the field as picture archiving and communication systems did decades ago.

One large Chicago hospital is launching an "Abandon the Shield" campaign to educate staff, patients and clinicians before it discontinues the practice.

Radiologists desire uniform expectations on minimum-required monthly cases for peer review and consistent metrics for reporting peer learning.

Using CT angiography to screen for large vessel occlusion, followed immediately by thrombectomy, proved to be the cheapest option and yielded the most quality-adjusted life years. 

Medscape queried more than 15,000 doctors across 29 specialties for their “National Physician Burnout & Suicide Report 2020: The Generational Divide," published Jan. 15.