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December 2019

FEATURES

From the Heart
Researchers are perfecting the art of using 3D printing technology to produce patient-specific cardiac models. Find out how this process is shaping the future of cardiology and how 3D bioprinting could do the same for the heart transplant process.

Unified Response
The need for stronger collaboration among the fields of radiology, pathology, and genomics is growing. Integrated diagnostics could be key to strengthening interdependence and improving diagnosis.

Doing Without
Noncontrast MRI techniques, such as hierarchical template matching, represent the newest way that the radiology field is working to better diagnose cardiovascular disease.

Accessible Care
In rural areas, providing quality care poses both a challenge and an opportunity for radiologists. Specialists are looking toward technology as a means of improving accessibility and standardization for an underserved population.

departments

Editor’s Note
Breaking Down Barriers

Imaging Informatics
Shall We Play a Game?

CT Slice
‘Smart Pilots’

Interventional News
A Hot ‘Tip’

Women’s Imaging
Past the Wire

Products and Services

On the Case

Product Showcase

Datebook

Second Opinions