Behold.ai receives approval for red dot® imaging recognition algorithm.
Recommendations touch on patient care and infection control.
Study finds virus lifespan depends on the type of material used for the contaminated surface.
Low-dose procedures and shifting in imaging are credited for the decline.
RBMA cancels, hopes to reschedule this fall.
Radiology leaders share departmental policies in fight against viral spread.
Thoughts on the impact on COVID-19 on imaging.
The Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) announced it has canceled its annual symposium with the American College of Radiology due to concerns over the growing COVID-19 outbreak. The meeting had been planned for April 16-19 in Denver.
Preference for emailed video offers benefits to both patient and radiologist.
Software derives biomarkers designed to monitor respiratory disease.
Virus can stay active up to 9 days. Recent research shows alcohol-based solution is the best way to decontaminate surfaces.
Siemens Healthineers-backed USARAD begins online CT scan consulting effort.
ACR recommends against using CT as a first-line test; offers advice on imaging use.
Researchers identified significant DNA breaks and chromosome aberrations with standard-dose CT; no impact from low-dose scans.
Digital breast tomosynthesis identifies more aggressive cancers with fewer false positives than traditional mammography over the long term.