The urban island nation of Singapore had the second highest count of COVID-19 cases outside of China by early February. Two radiologists and an infectious-disease specialist living and working there share what they’ve learned so far.
The authors aim their tips at radiologists. However, the activities are broad enough to apply to anyone who’s missing the feeling of making a meaningful contribution to a formerly frenetic workplace.
That’s according to new guidance on the deployment of magnetic resonance imaging during the pandemic issued recently by the American College of Radiology.
Canadian scientists have devised a protocol that may greatly extend the useful life of this key clinical tool.
An increasing number of artificial intelligence firms are tweaking existing platforms or creating new models to help clinicians handle the growing pandemic.
The annual conference will run May 16-19 and focus on governance, the college announced Wednesday.
Experts from West China Hospital explained the reconfiguration of their unit, standardized exam procedures and communication priorities in a study published Tuesday.
Chest imaging experts at the center of the U.K.'s COVID-19 outbreak shared their early learnings in a new BMJ opinion piece.
The Hudson County, New Jersey, individual used local auto body shop employees and healthcare providers in a cash-for-referrals plot, which led to an estimated $3.5 million in total losses.
The American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Breast Imaging and Radiology Business Management Association are among the latest groups forced to make the tough decision on upcoming gatherings.
The drop bucks a nearly quarter-century-long trend in rising radiation dosage, dating back to 1980, researchers wrote Tuesday in Radiology.
The editorial board of Radiology has established a team of imaging experts who are actively coordinating, developing and implementing readiness policies for COVID-19.