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What an MRI Study Reveals About Low Alcohol Use During Pregnancy and Fetal Brain Structure

What an MRI Study Reveals About Low Alcohol Use During Pregnancy and Fetal Brain Structure

November 28th 2022

RSNA

Researchers found that even low amounts of alcohol consumption in pregnant women can lead to early and diffuse structural changes in brain regions related to key functions including language development.

Philips Launches AI-Enabled 'Visualization Workspace' at RSNA

Philips Launches AI-Enabled 'Visualization Workspace' at RSNA

November 28th 2022

RSNA

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.

Ultra-High-Resolution MRI Identifies Enlarged Perivascular Spaces in People with Migraines

Ultra-High-Resolution MRI Identifies Enlarged Perivascular Spaces in People with Migraines

November 28th 2022

RSNA

New magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) research suggests a significant link between deep white matter hyperintensity severity and increased quantity of enlarged perivascular spaces in the centrum semiovale among people with migraines.

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

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

November 22nd 2022

RSNA

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

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

November 21st 2022

RSNA

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.

New Computed Tomography System Offers Potential Benefits in Cardiac Imaging

New Computed Tomography System Offers Potential Benefits in Cardiac Imaging

November 9th 2022

RSNA

The recently launched Scenaria View Focus Edition computed tomography (CT) system features an advanced cardiac motion correction tool that reportedly provides significantly higher temporal resolution than conventional image reconstruction.

How Carestream's AI-Enabled Products are Improving Quality and Efficiency for Radiologists

How Carestream's AI-Enabled Products are Improving Quality and Efficiency for Radiologists

February 28th 2022

RSNA

Innovations with artificial technology (AI) are fueling product advances that offer enhanced image quality, patient positioning and workflow efficiencies.

A Closer Look at Carestream's Lux 35 Detector

A Closer Look at Carestream's Lux 35 Detector

February 4th 2022

RSNA

The portability and durability of the device may make it an emerging option for bedside imaging.

Four Takeaways from RSNA 2021

Four Takeaways from RSNA 2021

December 15th 2021

RSNA

Pertinent perspectives on emerging trends in radiology.

New Version of Revolution Apex CT Platform Offers Increased Scalability and Efficiency

New Version of Revolution Apex CT Platform Offers Increased Scalability and Efficiency

December 10th 2021

RSNA

GE Healthcare unveils on-site detection upgrades and other advances with CT system as well as a new MRI device.