Much of the drop is due to radiologists forgoing abdominal radiography, gastrointestinal fluoroscopy, and nuclear imaging, experts reported Tuesday.

University of California, Davis, researchers believe their new probe could help detect very small, early stage tumors.

UW Seattle radiologists are cutting costs in the near-term to combat low imaging volumes, but say building future financial growth potential is key to a more stable outlook.

Stony Brook University investigators seek to quantify the precise degree of brain inflammation in those with the illness and ultimately hope to suggest novel treatments.

Since its inception, RSNA's in-person annual meeting has only been canceled twice, in 1943 and 1945, due to transportation and gasoline supply issues during and immediately following World War II.

Radiology trainees and attendings found relocating workspaces into reading "pods" overwhelmingly positive, and some aspects may be in place for the long-term.

“The most important finding of this study is that by using expert support by telemedicine, more patients with heart failure can gain the benefit of diagnostic ultrasound,” doctors wrote in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine.

Ferric Contrast, a contrast agent company founded by faculty from the University at Buffalo in New York, says doctors and patients want new options in MR imaging.

Among the more than 3,500 patients diagnosed with the disease, 0.9% had an ischemic stroke. But these patients were much more likely to have died at hospital discharge.

German scientists found six of seven patients with difficult-to-treat cancer had genetic mutations in their DNA damage-repair genes, according to new research.

Idaho Falls-based International Isotopes reported a 5% drop in revenue from nuclear medicine sales, primarily due to imaging clinics shutting their doors and suspending elective exams.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System's Department of Radiology outfitted many of its rads with remote reading in order to promote social distancing, sharing their experience in the American Journal of Roentgenology.