The patient is seeking class action status for the lawsuit to include other women who had breast scans during a two-year period at Raleigh Radiology Blue Ridge.

The 47-page document, published Jan. 6 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, touches on multiple cardiac imaging modalities, rating them based on their appropriateness for examining adults and children with previously diagnosed heart defects.

When put to the test, the hybrid computer/human system freed up significant time for radiologists, which may translate to more time dedicated to reading studies.

The new approach can diagnose brain tumors similarly to humans, but in a fraction of the time.

Researchers may improve heart attack outcomes by zeroing in on the cellular activity that causes long-lasting damage to the heart.

More than 1,400 CT pulmonary angiography exams could have been avoided if each test in the study had been ordered using the tool.

More can be done to change this trend, argued authors of a recent study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.

“This is exciting because it shows that proton therapy offers a way for us to reduce the serious side effects of chemo-radiation and improve patient health and well-being without sacrificing the effectiveness of the therapy,” experts wrote in a recent JAMA Oncology study.

New Mexico-based Roosevelt General Hospital said 500 medical records were involved, but it hasn't yet confirmed that any patient information has been misused.

Amyloid plaques have long been the target of Alzheimer’s-focused research, but a new study suggests it may be time to prioritize tau imaging instead.

The Silicon Valley company's DeepMind AI beat out six expert readers and with further clinical testing could change the face of early breast cancer detection.

The go-ahead was granted to the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research to use Fluorodopa F-18 injections in patients with suspected Parkinson’s syndromes.