February 27th 2024
A new meta-analysis noted pooled sensitivity and specificity rates of 83 percent and 91 percent, respectively, for the use of non-contrast abbreviated MRI in surveillance of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
February 8th 2024
February 1st 2024
New York GU 17th Annual Interdisciplinary Prostate Cancer Congress® and Other Genitourinary Malignancies
March 8-9, 2024
Medical Crossfire®: Critical Questions on Diagnosis, Sequencing, and Selection of Systemic and Radioligand Therapy Options for Patients with GEP-NETs
Medical Crossfire®: Expert Exchanges to Maximize Clinical Outcomes for Patients with CRPC Through Evidence-Based Personalized Therapy
23rd Annual International Congress on the Future of Breast Cancer® West
July 12-13, 2024
25th Annual International Lung Cancer Congress®
July 25-27, 2024
2023 ASCO Direct™ Highlights: Practice-Changing Data From the Leading Oncology Conference
6th Annual Precision Medicine Symposium: An Illustrated Tumor Board
October 18-19, 2024
Community Practice Connections™: 24th Annual International Lung Cancer Congress®
For patients with suspected acute stroke, researchers noted higher image quality for deep learning-accelerated MRI, which can be completed over 11 minutes sooner than similar sequences for conventional MRI.
For people with COVID-19 related brain fog, emerging dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) research findings revealed blood-brain barrier disruption in multiple brain regions, including temporal lobes and the frontal cortex, up to a year after active infection.
The use of computed tomography (CT) for cases of minor head trauma was associated with a 29 percent higher incidence of hematologic malignant neoplasms in comparison to those with no CT, according to a new study involving over 2,400,000 pediatric patients.
In comparison to biennial mammography screening between the ages of 50 to 74, researchers found that annual screening between 40 and 79 years of age resulted in a greater than 16 percent higher reduction in breast cancer mortality.
The use of ultrahigh spatial resolution with photon-counting CT led to lower Coronary Artery Disease Reporting and Data System (CAD-RADS) category assessments in over 54 percent of patients in comparison to the use of standard spatial resolution, according to recently published research.
Automation of probe reprocessing can have multiple benefits for patients, clinicians and facilities, including improvements in efficiency, accuracy, compliance, standardization and safety. When considering process options for high level disinfection of ultrasound probes, automated systems can be an efficient and cost-effective way to prevent patients from the risk of infection. It’s time to work smarter, safer, happier, more efficiently, and accurately… not harder.
Patients who had CT angiography procedures reported lower pain levels, better preparation and were 25 percent more willing to undergo the procedure again in comparison to patients who had invasive coronary angiography, according to newly published research.
Noting the challenges of conservative therapy and limitations of total knee arthroplasty, the targeted minimally invasive geniculate artery embolization, performed by interventional radiologists, may be a viable treatment alternative.
Given a certain perception that calling out sick is frowned upon in health care, radiologists and other health care workers may feel conflicted about being absent even if an illness has reduced their capacity for getting work done on a given day.