“Given the potential impact diagnostic errors can have on patient outcomes, new AI tools and technology that can assist radiologists may be of great value as clinicians strive to continuously decrease error rates and improve patient care,” researchers wrote in Academic Radiology.

"We hope that the tool will one day enable clinicians to determine the most effective doses of specific drugs in specific patients, so as to further optimize the treatment of infectious diseases," investigators of the new trial wrote in Nature Medicine.

The study details the first case of associated bilateral pleural effusions in an individual with lab-confirmed COVID-19.

Babies who suffer from a lack of oxygen are often treated using whole-body cooling in order to save brain tissue, but until now it's been difficult to determine how this therapy actually impacts the organ.

Volunteers reported feeling less stressed after three months of Transcendental Meditation, and fMRI offered an important clue as to why, researchers reported in Brain and Cognition.

Over the past decade there's been a steady decline in residents who choose radiology as a career. And new research published in Academic Radiology suggests the field has much work ahead to reverse this trend.

Two imaging findings—specifically, joint capsule swelling and thickness at the recess of the armpit—are useful to predict shoulder stiffness in patients with this particular injury.

Raleigh Radiology Blue Ridge had previously halted all mammography exams after an ACR and FDA review found technical quality issues in a set of its images.

In a new report, Utah-based Reaction Data said that "it's obvious that RSNA needs to up its game to make the conference more worthwhile to attend."

Chinese researchers published a new case set of 51 patients with confirmed COVID-19, and found chest CT's sensitivity was much greater than real-time polymerase chain reaction lab testing.

Providers believe the digital modality could ultimately provide a more accurate cancer diagnosis compared to conventional PET, authors reported in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.

Nurses use everything from simple communication to traditional and alternative medicine to help calm patients before they undergo an exam or procedure.