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Diagnostic Imaging Europe Vol 26 No 8

The ability to control time—or, more specifically, temporal resolution—for volumetric acquisitions, is helping to create new applications and boost diagnostic confidence, particularly in musculoskeletal examinations.

An editorial published in BMJ has stirred up debate once again about whether breast MRI leads to more mastectomies. The author said yes it does while others insist it does not.

Mammography is the only screening modality that has been proven to reduce mortality from breast cancer.

Genitourinary tuberculosis is the most common manifestation of extrapulmonary TB, accounting for 15% to 20% of infections outside the lungs.

The Guinness Book of Records is published annually and contains a collection of world records of human achievements and extremes in nature.

A U.K. radiologist has created a winning design in a competition to create a commemorative coin for the 2012 Olympics, to be held in London.

The Society of French Radiology has bestowed its prestigious Antoine Béclère Medal on Prof. Pierre Schnyder, the former head of radiology at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois in Lausanne, Switzerland.

As I embark on a new episode in my journalistic career, I can reflect on the past 17 years as the editor of Diagnostic Imaging Europe and Diagnostic Imaging Asia Pacific.


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