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Siemens launches new CT scanners at RSNA 2017
November 26, 2017 -- Siemens Healthineers is launching four new CT scanners at this week's RSNA meeting, including two systems that expand its tablet-controlled Somatom go platform into higher price points. The vendor will also show a novel automated patient positioning system based on a 3D camera installed in the scanning suite.  Discuss
Mammo recalls don't keep women from other tests
November 26, 2017 -- False positives on mammography do not deter women from undergoing other screening tests, such as cervical cancer or osteoporosis screening, according to research presented on Sunday at the RSNA 2017 meeting in Chicago.  Discuss
#MyRadGirlfriend No. 51: First do no harm
November 25, 2017 -- Radiology professionals often express a number of reasons for why they'd rather not spend the weekend after Thanksgiving at the RSNA meeting in Chicago -- just ask them. But Priya may have come up with a new one in the next installment of #MyRadGirlfriend.  Discuss
Are the good times over for compact ultrasound?
November 24, 2017 -- During the past 10 years, the market for compact ultrasound systems grew quickly; however, more recently, growth has slowed. In this article, Simon Harris from Signify Research discusses the reasons behind the slowdown and what the future may hold for the compact ultrasound sector.  Discuss
MRI, radiomics help diagnose, discern ADHD subtypes
November 22, 2017 -- Researchers have developed a unique combination of radiomics, machine learning, and MRI brain scans to identify children and young teens with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and differentiate between three types of the condition, according to a study published online November 22 in Radiology.  Discuss
GE unveils new lightweight, flexible MR coil technology
November 22, 2017 -- GE Healthcare is touting a new foldable, lightweight MRI coil design based on what it calls adaptive imaging receive (AIR) technology. The result is flexible enough to fit into your coffee mug.  Discuss
MRI reveals brain changes caused by depression, anxiety
November 21, 2017 -- Major depressive disorder and social anxiety disorder lead to abnormal modifications of the brain's cortex that can be seen on MRI, according to a new study being presented by researchers from China at the RSNA 2017 annual meeting in Chicago.  Discuss
Most women prefer annual breast cancer screening
November 21, 2017 -- When it comes to deciding how often women should undergo breast screening, the opinions of one important constituency are often ignored: women. Researchers from Philadelphia asked women for their preference, and more than 70% said they wanted screening every year, according to a study to be presented at RSNA 2017 in Chicago.  Discuss
MRI discovers heart damage among male triathletes
November 21, 2017 -- Using late gadolinium-enhanced MRI scans, German researchers found myocardial fibrosis, or scarring of the heart, among competitive male triathletes. An increased risk of scarring was associated with the amount of exercise performed, according to the group, who will present the study at next week's RSNA meeting in Chicago.  Discuss
CT scans of ex-NFL athletes reveal enlarged aortas
November 20, 2017 -- CT scans show that some former NFL players had considerably wider aortas than a random sample of men drawn from a Texas community, even after adjusting for known risk factors, according to a study published in the November issue of Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging.  Discuss