Jeff Hall

Senior Editor, Diagnostic Imaging

Articles

What BI-RADS Changes Are on the Way for Breast MRI Reporting?

December 02, 2022

In a recent lecture at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, Wendy DeMartini, MD, discussed a variety of preliminary proposed changes to the Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) for breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations.

Can Emerging AI-Guided Software Rein in Scan Times for Cardiac MRI?

December 01, 2022

In a recent video interview, Raymond Y. Kwong, MD, discussed his clinical experience with the Vista.ai (formerly HeartVista) One Click MRI software and recent research, presented at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, that revealed a 31 percent decrease in cardiac MRI scan times for patients with cardiomyopathy or structural heart disease.

Can Ultra-Low-Dose CT be Effective for Lung Cancer Screening in Current or Past Smokers?

November 29, 2022

Ultra-low-dose computed tomography (ULDCT) may have similar efficacy as low-dose CT (LDCT) for detecting a variety of pulmonary conditions in people with current or past smoking histories, but had poor detection of ground glass opacification lesions, according to a recent prospective study presented at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference.

Enhancing MRI Efficiency and Quality: Can the New SIGNA Experience Have an Impact?

November 29, 2022

Recently launched at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, the SIGNA Experience reportedly features synergistic technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) advances that help improve the efficiency and quality of magnetic resonance imaging.

Philips Launches AI-Enabled 'Visualization Workspace' at RSNA

November 28, 2022

Offering more than 70 clinical applications, the next-generation edition of the Advanced Visualization Workspace reportedly includes enhanced liver analysis and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered scoring of early brain infarction noted on computed tomography (CT) scans for patients with ischemic stroke.

New Computed Tomography Study Shows High 20-Year Survival Rates for Early-Stage Lung Cancer

November 22, 2022

Emphasizing the benefits of annual lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography (CT), researchers noted high 20-year survival rates for a variety of early-stage lung cancer tumor presentations, including a 100 percent survival rate for those with non-solid or partly solid cancerous nodules.

Brain MRI Study Shows 'Significant Abnormalities' Up to Six Months After COVID-19

November 21, 2022

COVID-19 may cause changes in the brain stem and frontal lobe that could lead to fatigue, impacts in motor signal processing, insomnia, and depression, according to emerging research to be presented next week at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual conference in Chicago.

Study Examines Racial Differences in Mammography and Ultrasound Imaging Characteristics of Breast Cancer

November 19, 2022

In a study of over 800 women with breast cancer, researchers found that African-American women had a higher rate of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and were less likely to have irregular masses in screening exams in comparison to non-Latina White women.