Philips releases new transducer with 30-percent greater penetration for more-detailed images.
Experts suggest designing a strategy to handle the backlog of imaging studies now.
The American College of Radiology offers guidance for re-starting your elective imaging.
From detecting breast density and reducing image file sizes to improving cancer detection and creating new risk models, AI is significantly impacting breast imaging.
Emergency medicine expert panel outlines support for using point-of-care ultrasound with patients with suspected infection.
NIH-funded study reveals using diffusion-weighted MRI to evaluate therapy effectiveness could reduce dose by 80 percent.
Patients sit in their cars until texted that it’s time to enter the clinic for their scan.
Side-by-side images show lung ultrasound pinpoints same findings as low-dose chest CT.
Recommendations for administrators can ease the stress of providing care during the outbreak.
Clear, consistent communication during COVID-19 is still critical.
Accurate measures of brain volume could bolster assessments of neurological health.
After 2.5 hours, providers could successfully identify lungs with pathological patterns indicative of viral infection.
COVID-19 and other viral infections have unique imaging characteristics that can help with diagnosis, experts say.
Diagnosic Imaging talks with Khan Siddiqui, M.D., chief medical officer and chief strategy officer of bedside MRI company, Hyperfine.
Diagnostic Imaging Weekly Scan -- May 1, 2020