As a worldwide pandemic shapes the health care landscape, radiologists are doing their fair share, compiling real-time imaging repositories and adapting AI algorithms to save precious time.
A Picture of Sadness
The blossoming field of psychoradiology is showing that radiologists can substantially contribute to the diagnosis of patients with depression and related mental issues.
Considerable attention is being paid to safety, economy, and scale in the cath lab. We’ll bring you the latest on developments and prospects.
Down to Specifics
Theranostic innovations involving prostate-specific antigens figured prominently at SNMMI 2019, and recent initiatives are advancing the narrative.
Taking On a New Role
Managing to Succeed
Failure to Communicate
Biology-Guided Radiation Therapy
A Look Ahead
Products and Services
A Broader Platform
Recent innovations are delivering radiologists an expanded palette in the MR space. We’ll take a look at some developments that are shaping the conversation and the outlook, for now and the near future.
Not the Usual Kid Stuff
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has added its voice to the growing movement that says PET/MRI, rather than traditional PET/CT, is the right fit for pediatric patients.
Find out how accomplished female radiologists are making inroads into what traditionally has been a male-dominated profession, while inspiring others to follow their example.
For many a medical practice, postexam follow-up has left much to be desired. We’ll see how radiologists can harness technology and savvy to get an efficient system dialed in.
The Basis of Value in Radiology
CT Deemed Leading Coronavirus Diagnostic Tool; COVID-19 Imaging Features Clarified
Billing and Coding
Is There a Pediatric Code for That?
A Helping Hand
The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has prototyped a Hybrid Procedural Suite that incorporates an array of imaging modalities into one patent-centric theater. The result, they say, represents a quantum leap forward in tumor ablation.
Radiology Today profiles high-tech holography that can couple a 3D anatomical rendering with real-time observation of a patient’s body. Though the possibilities are endless, clinicians are harnessing its ability to address the particulars of rib injuries, spinal matters, and pediatric cardiology.
Point-of-care ultrasound has blossomed into a go-to modality for time-sensitive situations. However, as technological advancements may be outpacing regulatory agencies and safety protocols, some are suggesting that radiologists tap the brakes.
In the modern radiology practice, the fluoroscopy room is being called upon to accommodate an ever-expanding array of must-haves. We’ll take a look at the ways a number of innovators are answering the call.
Putting AI to Work in Radiology Screening
Magnetized Molecules Monitor Breast Cancer
The new decade promises continued strides in radiologic imaging quality, while the industry remains steadfast in its commitment to low-dose protocols. Find out the latest ingenious ways manufacturers and practitioners are honoring these imperatives.
Merging troves of databased records with compelling proof-of-concept diagnostics, AI is poised to tip the scales in favor of female patients and physicians in need of timely, accurate information.
Digging the Ditch
The mainstay of radiological image sharing for decades, compact discs have gradually fallen out of fashion with providers and patients. As cutting-edge alternatives continue to gain traction, some are saying it’s time for the industry to bid farewell to the CD for good.
Reporter’s Notebook: News From RSNA 2019
Radiology Today shares a series of essential bulletins from the industry’s premier conference.
Searching for a Better Fit
Mergers and consolidations are reshaping the health care landscape, and the effects resonate deeply within the radiology industry. Experts say the right moves at the right time can represent the difference between obsolescence and prosperity.
Study Looks at Motorized Scooter Injuries
Managing to Succeed
Achieving Radiology Department Excellence
Filling the Gaps in Imaging Workflow
Where Rubber Meets the Road
AI is becoming a more prevalent part of the radiologist’s tool kit, and future adoption offers a wide variety of opportunities ranging from decision support to image acquisition.
5 Things to Watch in 2020
RSNA is always a harbinger of the year ahead in radiology. Check out our annual list of topics that we expect to hear more about.
In assuring that DR data are protected and secure from cyberattacks, prevention is the first and most important step. Find out how the radiology industry is using current cybersecurity technology to protect data and ensure security.
A new process called black-blood cinematic rendering offers a uniquely photorealistic look at the inside of the heart. The pioneering researchers behind this technique speak on its advantages and the possibilities it offers for the future of CT imaging.
Radiology in the Mind’s Eye
A New Course
Billing and Coding
Nuclear Medicine in the 2020 Spotlight
A Winning Combination