Individuals felt safer at home with less interference to their normal everyday life, which helped them stay calm during the process, experts explained Wednesday in Radiography.

Experts from a pandemic hotspot in Austria reported on the first patients enrolled in an ongoing study, noting significant imaging-based improvements after 12-week follow-up visits.

The researchers said adding MRE to neuroimaging assessments may dramatically help patients understand their specific disease.

Florida State University researchers recently described their approach developing novel x-ray scintillators in Nature Communications.

Experts at Georgia State University are using thousands of datasets and various imaging modalities to investigate bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and depression.

Patients with developmental difficulties are more likely to undergo a CT scan—rather than ultrasound—compared to those without cognition issues, researchers reported Friday.

On-call trainees are a great resource during off-hours, but must avoid missing key organs during ultrasound exams to prevent unnecessary follow-up CT and MRIs, experts wrote in Academic Radiology.

Specialists should key in on high imaging utilization, location and imaging patterns specific to intimate partner violence, trauma experts explained in Radiology.

While a majority of exams were necessary, Michigan Medicine researchers said recommendations could be more clear.

Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School physicians added that the virus is "far more" than just a respiratory illness in this population.

Mount Sinai researchers also found those with the disease are 2.4 times more likely to suffer large vessel occlusion stroke.

The findings will also propel research studies into new treatments and help diagnose patients with dementia.