Advanced imaging techniques are being used to pinpoint antibodies that could lead to preventive treatment.
Radiology department staff have the ability – and responsibility – to calm patient anxieties about imaging studies and the virus during the pandemic, says one radiology supervisor.
Software supports CT and X-ray chest imaging.
Half of patients hospitalized who have neurological findings for acute stroke could die.
How one large academic medical center quickly pivoted to keep radiologists safe.
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Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: May 22, 2020
Research reveals lung findings not typically associated with viral pneumonia.
Diagnostic Imaging poses five questions about recent COVID-19 and neurological research to UCSF Radiology Chair Christopher Hess, M.D.
Model could help detect the virus, isolate patients, and prevent disease spread.
With safety precautions in place, imaging centers can consider bringing in healthy patient for screenings.