Whitney J. Palmer has been with Diagnostic Imaging since 2011, serving as the Senior Editor since November 2019. She has 20 years experience in healthcare and academic medicine reporting.
Resident-Run Virtual Rounds Effective in Introducing Radiology
Program improves comfort level with imaging and familiarizes students with the profession earlier.
Diagnostic Imaging's A Look Ahead: July 19 to July 23, 2021
Here's what to expect this week on Diagnostic Imaging.
CT Offers Details on Concussion Recovery
Brain imaging findings correlate with recovery prognosis and long-term injury.
Adding Liquid Biopsy to Breast Imaging Could Improve Accuracy
Including a DNA-methylation analysis could improve early diagnosis for BI-RADS 4 patients.
Transvaginal Ultrasound Not Effective for Endometrial Cancer Screening with Black Women
Non-invasive test misses more than four times the number of endometrial cancer cases in Black women than with white counterparts.
16 New Guidelines for Lung Cancer Screening
American College of Chest Physicians has published new expert panel guidance around the use of low-dose CT.
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: July 12, 2021, to July 16, 2021
Take a quick look at Diagnostic Imaging's Top 5 stories of the week.
RSNA Launches First MRI AI Challenge
Announcement opens the 10th annual Brain Tumor Segmentation challenge.
Pre-Operative Breast MRI Predicts Feasibility of Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy
Images can detect non-mass enhancement extension that correlates to tumor involvement of the nipple.
CMS Releases 2022 Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule
American College of Radiology has provided a summary of the provisions that will most affect radiology.
Multi-Parametric Ultrasound Reveals COVID-19-Related Liver Damage
mpUS pinpoints greater levels of injury than CT or MRI.
Adding MRI Improves Cost-Effectiveness of Prostate Cancer Active Surveillance
Including MRI leads to more quality-adjusted life years.
Echocardiogram Predicts Atrial Fibrillation in COVID-19 Patients
Imaging test identifies patients most at risk for atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter.
MRI Cuts Prostate Cancer Screening Over-Diagnosis by Half
Relying on MRI images rather than PSA screening can reduce unnecessary biopsies and identification of clinically insignificant cancers.
Diagnostic Imaging's A Look Ahead: July 12, 2021, to July 16, 2021
DeepLook, Inc.’s Segmentation and Measurement Tool Captures FDA Clearance
One-click tool is designed to deliver precision consistently across all imaging modalities.
FDA Clears Fujifilm Endoscopy Imaging System
Approval is for new system designed to improve visualization.
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: July 5, 2021 to July 9, 2021
Radiology Consultation Service Use Rises During Pandemic
One facility’s experience shows an increased interest in consultation services can create better treatment plans and augment the radiologist’s role in patient care.
fMRI Identifies Potential Biomarker for Huntington’s Disease
Scans measure blood volume in the brain, assessing oxygen levels and helping to track progress of gene-editing therapies.
Zebra Medical Vision Receives First AI CPT Radiology Code
Code is for vertebral compression fracture detection with CT scans.
Chest X-ray Interpretation Better with AI
New deep learning tool is designed to help radiologists evaluate chest X-rays regardless of where they work.
AI-Fueled Single-View DBT Images Can Improve Detection, Limit Radiation Dose
Combination also leads to a reduction in the false-negative rate.
FDA Approves Siemens Healthineers 0.55T MRI Scanner
Company’s smallest, most light-weight scanner receives approval.
Thermal Imaging Predicts Venous Leg Ulcer Healing
Non-invasive technique can predict which leg wound will heal within three months.
Hybrid Working: The New Radiology Work Model
Remote working is likely to remain in some form after concerns over COVID-19 decrease.
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: June 28 to July 2, 2021
Chest CT Proven Effective at COVID-19 Diagnosis
A study of more than 10,000 images shows the scans achieve high diagnostic accuracy.
Quantitative MRI Scanner Measurements Vary
Study from NIST shows great variation between MRI scanners from multiple vendors, limiting accuracy and diagnostic confidence.
CCTA Reveals Higher Coronary Plaque Incidence with HIV
HIV-positive individuals experience more coronary plaque even if they have low-to-moderate risk for cardiovascular disease.
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