Peer Review in Radiology is Not a Punishment

March 31, 2015

Use peer review in radiology as an opportunity for improvement, said David A. Koff, MD at ECR 2015.

Teleradiology: Does it Hurt or Help?

March 18, 2015

Is teleradiology good for radiology?

Social Media and Marketing For Radiologists

March 11, 2015

Tips for radiologists on staying relevant.

The Future-Proof Radiologist

March 09, 2015

Radiologists need to anticipate the changes of the future.

Contrast Media Reactions Are Allergic, but Minor

March 09, 2011

Final results of the prospective French CIRTACI trial are in: contrast media for diagnostic imaging are very safe in general, as long as radiologists are vigilant for patients with allergies, asthma, or previous reactions to contrast agents. The vast majority are more itchy than serious.

Improving on PET: Adding a Blue Glow, Removing a Crystal

March 09, 2011

PET hybrid technologies are already hot, and two innovations discussed during the final session of ECR 2011 are aimed at making them more even powerful and efficient.

PACS at ECR: Business As Usual?

March 08, 2011

Was it just business as usual for PACS vendors at this year’s European Congress of Radiology? That’s the assessment of one medical research firm that surveyed the PACS landscape at the congress.

Imaging Offers Greater Insight into Epilepsy

March 08, 2011

Advances in MRI have enabled better understanding for diagnosing epilepsy, while multimodality techniques allow for better information for surgery and post-surgery follow up, according to experts presenting at ECR 2011.

Reducing CT Coronary Angiography Radiation, Maintaining Imaging Quality

March 07, 2011

Through carefully calculated adjustments to coronary imaging using dose-reduction techniques, cardiologists have managed to reduce the radiation delivered to patients undergoing coronary angiograms considerably. Plus, it’s possible to maintain good image quality throughout, researchers found

What Do You Need to Know When Imaging Geriatric Patients?

March 07, 2011

As the population ages, radiologists will be required to recognize common pathologies - while avoiding overdiagnosis, according to experts presenting at ECR 2011.