The findings, published June 22 in JAMA Neurology, should help identify people at the greatest risk of developing the disease.

ACR’s Center for Research and Innovation will gather and house all diagnostic scans for the Society of Critical Care Medicine's Viral Infection and Respiratory Illness Universal Study, or VIRUS, the groups announced Tuesday.

An automated system to predict knee replacement surgery risk is critical, given that more than half of the estimated 14 million Americans suffering from knee osteoarthritis will undergo the procedure.

The approach accurately quantified flow in the ascending aorta and main pulmonary artery and was “highly” repeatable, experts wrote in a pilot study published recently.

Radiologists across the country had pushed for a 2020 offering of online testing. However, the Tucson, Arizona-based doc-certification group noted that it could not start with the transition until next year.

Participating institutions will contribute demographic information, signs and symptoms data, imaging exams, lab tests and patient outcomes.

Using the "sonodynamic" technique, UVA Medicine researchers reduced the total number of living cancer cells by nearly 50%.

Brandi Toscano dropped her lawsuit against Oregon Health & Science University that claimed she was continually harassed by a coworker over a two-year period.

High-contact athletes were three times more likely to have a blood brain barrier leak, with some who did not complain of severe symptoms also showing brain abnormalities on imaging.

Full-field digital mammography is typically the go-to for many breast imaging centers, but the new approach may prove useful for institutions with smaller budgets.

The Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging or VETSA was launched in 2002, and currently has more than 1,600 identical and fraternal male twins enrolled, each with military service.

The retail giant's first Arkansas location opened this month, along with a new location in Loganville, Georgia.