Middle-aged and elderly patients had a higher number of lesions on their chest images, along with more severe lung abnormalities, compared to those younger than 18 years old.

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization said its new scandium-47 radioisotope has applications in both PET and SPECT approaches.

"It is our hope that in [the] future doctors might be able to use a device like ours to precisely identify diseases as they develop at the cellular level, in real-time, and in high resolution," researchers wrote last week.

The consensus statement includes four categories for detailing chest CT abnormalities and has been endorsed by the American College of Radiology and the Society of Thoracic Radiology.

The annual conference will run May 16-19 and focus on governance, the college announced Wednesday.

Stanford University School of Medicine clinicians detailed their suggestions to spur the development of artificial intelligence Tuesday in Radiology.

Experts from West China Hospital explained the reconfiguration of their unit, standardized exam procedures and communication priorities in a study published Tuesday.

Clinicians using this modern machine can get a more accurate contrast measurement and improve their cancer diagnosis, researchers wrote in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.

Researchers from Spain used nearly 1,000 pelvic and lower limb MRIs, displaying various forms of the disease, to create their model.

Australian researchers also recommended updating current diagnostic pathways to incorporate the new molecular imaging approach.

Chest imaging experts at the center of the U.K.'s COVID-19 outbreak shared their early learnings in a new BMJ opinion piece.

“With AI, cancer imaging can move from an inherently subjective tool to a quantitative and objective asset for precision medicine approaches," Columbia University Irving Medical Center radiologists wrote Friday.