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March 2019


With heart arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation on the rise, catheter ablation is continuing to gain traction in the industry. Some effective new tools, including intracardiac echocardiography and electroanatomic mapping systems, are improving the odds of long-term success.

A Feeling Out Process
Using a cutting-edge technique that applies mathematical equations to measured greyscale pixels, tumor texture analysis produces nuanced cancer images that can streamline the diagnostic process.

Fits Like a Glove
Versatility, suitability for outpatient scenarios, even the ever-present promise of AI—all figure prominently in the fast-evolving C-arm landscape. Radiology Today puts the latest information at your fingertips to keep your practice ahead of the curve.      

Bubbling Up
The blood-brain barrier must be approached with caution, particularly when medication must cross the threshold. An ingenious technique that utilizes microbubbles—lipids full of gas—in conjunction with focused ultrasound is enabling physicians to more effectively penetrate the brain’s protective layer. 


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Imaging Informatics
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Women’s Imaging

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Billing and Coding
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