Imaging markers such as breast parenchymal uptake varied greatly between women with benign and malignant lesions, according to a study published in January's Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
The findings may offer new targets for researching and treating patients with the condition.
The move delays a restriction on licenses required to export highly enriched uranium for two years.
Researchers may improve heart attack outcomes by zeroing in on the cellular activity that causes long-lasting damage to the heart.
Amyloid plaques have long been the target of Alzheimer’s-focused research, but a new study suggests it may be time to prioritize tau imaging instead.
The go-ahead was granted to the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research to use Fluorodopa F-18 injections in patients with suspected Parkinson’s syndromes.
Combining fluorodeoxyglucose PET with high-resolution CT can help predict subtypes of early lung adenocarcinoma—a form of cancer that is on the rise.
With this research, clinicians may further their understanding of which drugs will be most effective for cancer therapy plans.
More than 5 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer in the U.S. each year, and an overwhelming majority are categorized as either basal or cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
Patients who practiced transcendental meditation and cardiac rehabilitation increased their myocardial blood flow by 20.7%.
Nuclear radiology is quickly evolving, but recruiting medical students into the field has been a challenge. A new study suggests young trainees aren't fully informed about the growing opportunity.
The reactor is smaller than most, operating at 2 megawatts, and requires less maintenance than larger reactors.