Radiology journal announces top 2022 images
December 2, 2022 -- Editors for the journal Radiology have selected the winner and runners-up for its 2022 Images in Radiology collection. Read More
Video from RSNA 2022: Photon-counting CT
December 2, 2022 -- Photon-counting CT is attracting significant interest in radiology right now. We spoke with Cynthia McCollough, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, to get a status update on the technology and to hear about important future areas of research. Read More
Don't go too low on radiation dose for CT lung cancer screening
December 2, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Can low-dose CT lung cancer screening go even lower? Perhaps not, according to research presented November 29 at the RSNA meeting in Chicago. Read More
Philips emphasizes AI, workflow at RSNA 2022
December 1, 2022 -- CHICAGO - With an eye on helping radiologists to become more efficient, collaborate, and avoid burnout, Philips focused on its new artificial intelligence (AI) and imaging informatics offerings at RSNA 2022. Read More
Short MRI protocol comparable to standard for staging liver metastases
December 1, 2022 -- CHICAGO - An abbreviated MRI protocol combined with contrast-enhanced CT performs comparably to a standard MRI exam for identifying liver metastases in colorectal cancer patients, according to research presented November 30 at the RSNA meeting. Read More
Video from RSNA 2022: Konica Minolta focuses on dynamic DR
November 30, 2022 -- CHICAGO - In a video interview with, Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Senior Vice President of Marketing Kirsten Doerfert shares developments in the company's x-ray, ultrasound, and healthcare IT product line at RSNA 2022. Read More
Deep learning plus CT bests EHR for identifying sarcopenia
November 30, 2022 -- CHICAGO - A deep-learning algorithm that flags sarcopenia-related terms in CT imaging reports identifies incidence of the condition more accurately than electronic health record data does, according to research presented November 29 at the RSNA meeting. Read More
Does hot weather cause a spike in CT scans?
November 30, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Swiss researchers say trauma CT scan volume can be forecasted on the basis of weather data, according to a study presented November 30 at RSNA 2022. Read More
Take a 'timeout' in the ED to reduce repeat CT exams
November 29, 2022 -- CHICAGO - A multidisciplinary "timeout" discussion between radiologists and emergency department clinicians can prevent unneeded repeat CT exams for transferred trauma patients, according to research presented November 29 at the RSNA meeting. Read More
20-year lung cancer survival rate persists in I-ELCAP study
November 29, 2022 -- New results from the international, multicenter study of CT screening for lung cancer (I-ELCAP) show that, despite criticism of initial findings, 10-year survival rates for lung cancer of 80% have persisted and that 20-year lung cancer-specific survival rate is 80.5%, delegates heard on 27 November at RSNA in Chicago. Read More