Using AI technologies when imaging isn’t recommended for detection offers little benefit, according to an industry expert.
Radiology must have a plan for implementing the growing number of AI algorithms.
Research reveals half of radiologists saw no change in their recall rates.
XRAIT tool finds more broken bones than X-Rays or CT scans of this population.
Open database will assist with disease detection and differentiation.
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine publishes 9 tips to protect patients and sonographers.
Not every radiologist is being overwhelmed by virus-related workloads.
In locations with fewer resources, social media messaging is playing a key role in COVID-19 identification.
Eight-ounce scanner assesses heart function.
Diagnostic Imaging's Week in Review: March 27, 2020