New York’s largest health system experiences 88-percent decrease in outpatient imaging between 2019 and 2020, indicating potential national trend.
The University of Washington saw the first COVID-19 cases, now they have designed a plan for re-emerging.
Plans for the Radiological Society of North America annual meeting changed for only third time in Society history.
4D lung imaging process quickly analyzes lung impairments from single X-ray.
MRI with 75-cm core increases patient access and offers more services.
A little self-doubt and being open to others' opinions and assessments can be a good thing.
Advanced imaging techniques are being used to pinpoint antibodies that could lead to preventive treatment.
Radiology department staff have the ability – and responsibility – to calm patient anxieties about imaging studies and the virus during the pandemic, says one radiology supervisor.
Software supports CT and X-ray chest imaging.
Half of patients hospitalized who have neurological findings for acute stroke could die.
How one large academic medical center quickly pivoted to keep radiologists safe.
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Research reveals lung findings not typically associated with viral pneumonia.
Diagnostic Imaging poses five questions about recent COVID-19 and neurological research to UCSF Radiology Chair Christopher Hess, M.D.
Model could help detect the virus, isolate patients, and prevent disease spread.