The machine learning-based method can ensure clinicians keep pace with the growing number of people presenting with more than one lung abnormality.

Researchers analyzed 2.3 million exams performed over a seven-year period for their study, shared in JAMA Network Open.

Oncology experts with the University of Washington in Seattle’s Cancer Research Center shared their findings in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine's February issue.

Only 41% of ACR members said they report breast arterial calcifications "always" or "most of the time," according to survey results shared in Academic Radiology.

Timely follow-up imaging increased from 46% before the intervention to 55% afterward, cardiothoracic radiologists reported in JACR.

Experts surveyed more than 200 members of the Society of Abdominal Radiology for their findings, published in AJR.

Doctors have increasingly been seeing breast exams with swollen lymph nodes imitating cancer in patients who have received a vaccine, prompting Penn Medicine providers to offer up guidance.

Breast rads at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center have been seeing more women with swollen lymph nodes over the past few weeks and urged providers to be on the lookout.

The United States Preventative Services Task Force is seeking comment on its draft document through Feb. 17.

Tumor size is "essential" data for oncology studies and imaging professionals are the most qualified and appropriate person for the job, one editorialist explained.

This imaging approach can also initiate earlier treatment for myeloma patients, potentially resulting in better outcomes.

Combining the Lung CT Screening Reporting and Data System with AI-based malignancy risk scoring bolstered exam specificity up to 96%, compared to 66% when using Lung-RADS alone.