Diagnostic Imaging's Week in Review: March 27, 2020
Study contradicts earlier research that had not shown transmission was possible.
Resisting burning remains critical, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shortened protocol identifies more cancers than ultrasound or mammography.
Combining both modalities is an acceptable alternative to MRI, study finds.
Imaging of the brain stem can pinpoint assess brain stem function in patients with hearing loss.
RSNA releases a consensus statement to reduce reporting variability around the virus.
Radiology can learn from aviation industry AI failures.
Robb lead GE through significant medical imaging advancements.
Philips and GE increase efforts to fulfill healthcare needs.