Imaging findings vary according to an individual's COVID-19 disease state, researchers reported recently, which can help clinicians develop effective treatment strategies.

The American College of Radiology offered up imaging suggestions for healthcare facilities and said efforts required to eliminate contamination in exam rooms could lead to "substantial problems for patient care."

USARad said its new system will connect a network of chest CT-trained radiologists to providers on the front-lines of this growing pandemic.

Washington state researchers detailed their use of radiography in a recent case study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Radiologists should "become familiar" with the CT findings of COVID-19 and the shortcoming of chest radiographs when evaluating potential cases, researchers wrote in the Korean Journal of Radiology.

Radiologists must be mindful of the diverse imaging presentations of COVID-19, experts urged in a recent study.

The discovery came after researchers combed through hundreds of brain scans and found that nearly 40% of patients did not have the reduced gray matter volumes typically seen in those with the disorder.

Individuals may test positive for the virus even after stringent imaging and lab testing suggest they have recovered and are fit to leave the hospital, researchers reported in JAMA.

Shenzhen Second People's Hospital sits near the Wuhan area and has examined more than 1,400 suspected cases of COVID-19. Clinicians detailed their experience in Academic Radiology.

Researchers examined more than 1,000 individuals who underwent both lab testing and chest CT, publishing their findings in Radiology.

Purdue University engineers believe their novel radio-frequency coils could greatly improve diagnostic imaging and other medical testing.

Abbreviated breast MRI is promising, but must also overcome concerns related to cost and access, one expert noted in an editorial accompanying a new JAMA study.