Protocol can minimize dose for CT scans when viral testing is less available.
Getting back into the swing – with exercise or image reading – will likely be tough after COVID-19.
Iranian Society of Radiology releases recommendations for CT scans in pregnant women with suspected viral infection.
While some facilitie still turn to CT for help with diagnosis, experts reiterate the shortcomings of the scan.
Diagnostic Imaging's Week in Review, April 16, 2020
Penn State offers patients quick management chest X-rays with little equipment exposure or need for decontamination.
Less imaging volume leaves radiologists with more down time.
Multi-modal approach maximizes imaging capabilities.
Practices can anticipate several months of financial disruption.
University of Washington saw America’s first COVID-19 cases, reaching the state’s peak on April 2. Radiology leaders share their measures to financially protect their department and the lessons they have learned.
World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology Safety Committee offers recommendations to protect patients and providers.
Images show mainly normal or mildly abnormal findings in patients with confirmed viral infection.
Images similar to those found in patients with anosmia associated with other types of coronavirus infections.
510(k) clearance given to product for use in real-time surgery.
Astronauts experience a sustained increase in brain volume and other impacts.