Researchers from Kaiser Permanente Northern California implemented the reporting system at their institution, sharing some of their "reservations" in Radiology.

“This pioneering effort leverages evidence-based guidelines and the consensus of medical experts in a new and powerful way to optimize care for military veterans,” said Theodore L. DeWeese, MD, chair of ASTRO's board.

Discussing discordant findings on breast cancer screening exams improves care, and international experts believe the U.S. should reconsider its "single-reader paradigm," they wrote in Radiology.

Initial results were so successful that the material has been fast-tracked by the FDA in an effort to test its accuracy in human clinical trials.

"This study is a bridge between genetic sequencing, single-cell analysis and high-resolution medical imaging," researchers said of their study published in PLOS One.

With estimates from the American Cancer Society, implementing this intervention could save between 30,000 and 60,000 lives in the U.S. each year.

The Ovarian-Adnexal Reporting Data System Magnetic Resonance Imaging score can help physicians create a patient-centered approach and potentially prevent unnecessary surgeries. 

Stanford University researchers found their method diagnosed nodules as accurately as expert classifiers and would have avoided a number of unnecessary biopsies in the process.

Women who wore a VR headset during chemotherapy reported less anxiety and a better mood following their appointment.

AI trained and tested on more than 8,000 biopsies was nearly perfect at spotting differences in samples with or without cancer.

These sessions can help further education, promote discussion of instructive cases and invite performance feedback from fellow radiologists.

“This is exciting because it shows that proton therapy offers a way for us to reduce the serious side effects of chemo-radiation and improve patient health and well-being without sacrificing the effectiveness of the therapy,” experts wrote in a recent JAMA Oncology study.