Abbreviated MRI can be alternative for breast cancer screening
December 2, 2022 -- Abbreviated breast MRI can serve as an alternative to conventional MRI when it comes to high-risk supplemental screening, suggests research presented November 27 at the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago. Read More
AI-DBT models perform better than mammo models
December 1, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Integrating digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) into artificial intelligence (AI) shows superior performance to AI-mammography models, a study presented December 1 at the RSNA annual meeting showed. 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
French group flies the flag for Europe in RSNA poster hall
December 1, 2022 -- Members of a research group in Nantes -- known as the jewel of the Loire Valley in northwest France -- received Europe's only magna cum laude award when the prestigious prizes were handed out on day 4 of the RSNA meeting. Read More
Ultrasound cost-effective in evaluating lesions found on DBT
December 1, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Using ultrasound first can be cost-effective in evaluating non-calcified breast lesions from screening digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), according to research presented November 29 at the RSNA annual meeting. Read More
U.K. strives to address huge workforce challenges
November 30, 2022 -- Every imaging department needs to take trainees if the U.K. is to come to terms with the huge shortfall of radiologists that is looming large in the years ahead, Dr. Priya Suresh said at a special session held on November 28 at RSNA 2022. Read More
GE leans into improving patient outcomes, healthcare efficiency
November 29, 2022 -- CHICAGO - At this year's RSNA meeting, GE Healthcare is focusing on two goals: improving patient outcomes and boosting the efficiency of the healthcare enterprise. Promotion of these themes comes just weeks before GE is set to spin off its healthcare division into a standalone firm to be called GE HealthCare, which it plans to do in January. Read More
AI helps radiologists detect more breast cancers
November 29, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Artificial intelligence (AI) can help radiologists detect more cancers and be used in consensus decision-making compared with radiologists alone, according to research presented November 28 at the RSNA annual meeting. Read More
Ultrasound not needed to identify breast cancer in fatty tissue
November 29, 2022 -- CHICAGO - Ultrasound is not needed to identify breast cancer in women with fatty tissue, suggests a study presented November 28 at the RSNA annual meeting. Read More
Ultrafast MRI shows promise in predicting DCIS upstaging
November 29, 2022 -- CHICAGO - While having a way to go, ultrafast breast MRI has potential to predict upstaging of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) lesions, suggests research presented November 27 at the RSNA annual meeting. Read More
Special Feature
Should breast ultrasound scans after COVID vaccines be postponed?

When using ultrasound to follow up on suspicious breast masses in patients who just got a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, it may be wise to postpone scans to between 12 and 16 weeks to reduce unnecessary biopsies, according to research published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read more

National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium 2022
December 4-8
Lake Buena Vista, Florida United States
Breast and Chest Imaging at the Beach
January 8-13, 2023
Guanacaste Costa Rica
Maternal-Fetal Imaging: Advances in OB/GYN Ultrasound
January 13-15, 2023
Austin, Texas United States