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A new AI algorithm developed by researchers at Case Western Reserve University can predict which malignant breast cancers will progress and benefit from additional treatment.

“Our broad radiology community has a unique opportunity to engage with this exciting scientific evolution, working with interdisciplinary ‘convergence science’ teams,” Andrea Rockall, clinical chair of radiology, Imperial College London, wrote in a new editorial.

PET using a new voltage-sensitive tracer displayed promise for analyzing activity inside the mitochondria of lung cancer tumors, information that may be valuable for predicting a patient's response to treatment.

A lawsuit alleging hospital staff failed to provide reasonable care to treat a patient’s suspicious mass on her left kidney identified on a CT scan has been settled out of court, according to reporting from the Brattleboro Reformer.

A new report published in Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging offers guidance for radiologists to help identify vaping product use-associated lung injury, analyzing recent cases and best practices.

Tomoelastography combines tomography and elasticity, allowing researchers to diagram the spread of mechanical waves within the liver.

The findings, published in Scientific Reports, may be particularly helpful for dementia patients, who have been shown to preserve some form of musical memory while most other recollections fade.

“Although one would think that the radiology report plays a critical role in patient care, few studies have determined whether radiology reports are actually viewed by referrers," Sadaf Sahraian, with Johns Hopkins Medical Institution said.

A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found non-invasive myocardial cardiac MRI performed on par with invasive FFR—once considered the "gold standard" for patients with stable chest pain.

Facebook and NYU Langone Health announced their commitment to making MRI scans more efficient through the use of AI more than one year ago, and a new story from Popular Science provides a glimpse into what the two have been up to.

A team of Swedish researchers found that a hybrid planar and SPECT imaging method fell short in accurately measuring the absorbed treatment dose in some patients, but importantly, performed well in those with bone marrow metastases.

“Although this study evaluates a small subset of astronauts, it's significantly larger than any previously published study of its kind involving astronauts or Russian cosmonauts," study author Donna R. Roberts said.