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.

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.

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.

“We’ve flipped the concept from having to get patients to the MRI to bringing the MRI to the patients,” said senior author of the preliminary research, Kevin Sheth, MD.

Magnetic resonance texture analysis is part of a growing field that uses math to detect changes in imaging signals, and could be used to develop neuroimaging biomarkers to better understand the disease.

Experts at Imperial College London are using Microsoft HoloLens2 to help students perform CT-guided biopsy.

A new special report published in Radiology includes two new case studies of individuals infected with the illness, and details how experts can harness CT to help diagnose 2019-nCoV.

The case details a 33-year-old woman with CT findings commonly seen in other patients with 2019-nCoV.

The approach can help families make more informed treatment decisions, which can be critical for organ donation, according to authors of a new study.

Imaging experts can help diagnose vaping product use-associated lung injury and clear up confusion surrounding the epidemic, experts wrote in Radiology.