Latest Conference Articles

Unconscious Bias: Handling What You Don’t Know You Have

Unconscious Bias: Handling What You Don’t Know You Have

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Jorge Soto, M.D., and Maureen Kohi, M.D., discuss how unconscious bias presents in radiology and the tools that providers can use to recognize and minimize the biases when they appear.

RSNA 2020: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Access to Care

RSNA 2020: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Access to Care

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Rich Heller, M.D., with Radiology Partners, and Lucy Spalluto, M.D., with Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, discuss the highlights of their RSNA 2020 session on health disparities, focusing on the underlying factors and challenges radiologists face to providing greater access to care.

For Early Alzheimer’s Disease Detection, Machine Learning Offers More Information

For Early Alzheimer’s Disease Detection, Machine Learning Offers More Information

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Novel deep learning model can provide needed information from multi-modal imaging even when some modalities are absent.

What’s on the Horizon with MRI for Neuroradiology

What’s on the Horizon with MRI for Neuroradiology

December 3rd 2020

RSNA

7T MRI and MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound present new clinical opportunities in the pipeline.

Elevated D-Dimer Values Can Help Select Better COVID-19 Patients for CT Pulmonary Angiography

Elevated D-Dimer Values Can Help Select Better COVID-19 Patients for CT Pulmonary Angiography

December 3rd 2020

RSNA

Whether a patient has a pulmonary embolism, a higher-than-normal D-dimer value can help identify patients for whom CTPA is most appropriate, alleviating some workload from emergency radiology.

Trends in Breast Imaging Care: Improving Outcomes, Efficiency, and Experience

Trends in Breast Imaging Care: Improving Outcomes, Efficiency, and Experience

December 3rd 2020

RSNA

Hologic’s Jennifer Meade, division president of breast and skeletal care, discusses the focus for breast imaging in the near future and some latest technologies.

Fat Measures from AI Abdominal CT Predicts Heart Attack and Stroke

Fat Measures from AI Abdominal CT Predicts Heart Attack and Stroke

December 3rd 2020

RSNA

Using deep learning analysis with abdominal CT scans provides a more accurate body composition measurement that can predict which patients will suffer major cardiovascular events within five years.

Targeted Screening Approach Could Identify More Men with Breast Cancer

Targeted Screening Approach Could Identify More Men with Breast Cancer

December 2nd 2020

RSNA

Conducting screening mammography on men with a genetic risk for breast cancer can increase early detection, but clinical guidance and recommendations remain inconsistent.

Radiomics Could Be the Next Crime Scene Investigator

Radiomics Could Be the Next Crime Scene Investigator

December 2nd 2020

RSNA

Using high-resolution micro-CT with bones exposed to fire could help forensic investigators determine the timing of murders.

The 4 Ms of COVID-19-Related Stroke Epidemiology

The 4 Ms of COVID-19-Related Stroke Epidemiology

December 2nd 2020

RSNA

The mechanisms, magnitude, manifestations, and management of stroke during the pandemic.