A group of four U.K.-based thoracic radiologists analyzed the pros and cons of ramping up computed tomography imaging amid the recent pandemic, editorializing their thoughts in the BMJ.

Imaging findings vary according to an individual's COVID-19 disease state, researchers reported recently, which can help clinicians develop effective treatment strategies.

The group said its decision is based on recommendations from state, federal and global health organizations. SIR 2020 was set to begin March 28 in Seattle.

Various U.K. radiologic societies declared contact shielding offers "minimal or no benefit," encouraging the field to focus on other areas of radiation protection instead.

Radiologists should "become familiar" with the CT findings of COVID-19 and the shortcoming of chest radiographs when evaluating potential cases, researchers wrote in the Korean Journal of Radiology.

Montefiore Medical Center has been running its pretreatment nuclear medicine clinic for 14 years, and its had an overwhelming impact on patients, according to a new study published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.

He will take the helm as the publication's editor-in-chief beginning in July, when longtime AJR Editor Thomas H. Berquist, MD, leaves for retirement, the American Roentgen Ray Society announced this month.

After weighing recommendations from local and global health agencies, the ESR determined it is not in a position to guarantee a safe congress for its attendees. The European Congress of Radiology will now take place July 15-19 in Vienna.

Radiologists must be mindful of the diverse imaging presentations of COVID-19, experts urged in a recent study.

Individuals may test positive for the virus even after stringent imaging and lab testing suggest they have recovered and are fit to leave the hospital, researchers reported in JAMA.

Shenzhen Second People's Hospital sits near the Wuhan area and has examined more than 1,400 suspected cases of COVID-19. Clinicians detailed their experience in Academic Radiology.

Over the past decade there's been a steady decline in residents who choose radiology as a career. And new research published in Academic Radiology suggests the field has much work ahead to reverse this trend.