A five-tiered approach to cross-sectional interventional procedures can help radiologists determine which patients to treat first, minimizing likelihood of viral transmission.
Iranian researchers diagnosed ischemic stroke in COVID-19-positive child with no other symptoms.
Researchers from Mount Sinai examine and assess the imaging modalities used to evaluate patients positive for the virus.
Knowing what will impact image volumes can help put practices on the fastest road to imaging stability.
Johns Hopkins shares its experience with hosting live events, garnering international participation.
American College of Radiology President Geraldine McGinty, M.D., MBA, FACR, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on female radiologists and their colleagues.
Technologist positive for the virus experienced a loss of smell and altered sense of taste.
Word choice matters when it comes to professionalism and expertise.
New technology designed to provide shorter scan times, better image quality.
For use with PET imaging, the radiopharmaceutical helps estimate density and distribution of tau, a marker of Alzheimer's disease.
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: May 29, 2020
Research shows 77 percent of children who are confirmed positive for the virus have no findings via chest CT.
Independent contractions of uterine wall and placenta sends more oxygen-rich blood to unborn child.
Patient isolation bag could not only reduce risk of viral transmission, but could also streamline CT workflow.
Additional steps further reduce risk of viral transmission in MRI suites.