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Photon counting is a new method of capturing X-ray data from CT, providing spectral information, high resolution, and speed at a low dose.

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Mammography providers are required to inform patients about their breast density, but this information is subjective. Enter an AI tool that can accurately and consistently classify breast density on mammograms.

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From a tabletop unit akin to a toy Barbie scanner to themed imaging rooms, Radiology Today examines the latest trends in pediatric MRI.

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Marrying PET/CT to the linear accelerator, the first system of its kind enables radiation oncologists to perform PET imaging in real time.

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The Speed of Thought — Combat Radiologist Burnout by Reducing Technology Hang-Ups
By Nicholas Luibil, DO; Dmitry Trifanov, MD, PhD; and Min-Chul Shin, MD

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A 59-year-old woman presented with several months of umbilical pain and bleeding from the umbilicus which coincided with her menstrual period. She had a history of dysmenorrhea and a remote history of an umbilical hernia repair. CT imaging of the abdomen and pelvis was ordered. CT imaging was performed during the patient’s menstrual period. Continue reading »
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