Utilizing a deep learning-based AI algorithm to differentiate between diagnostic and non-diagnostic quality of prostate MRI facilitated a 10 percent higher specificity rate for diagnosing extraprostatic extension on multiparametric MRI, according to research presented at the recent RSNA conference.
In a newly published meta-analysis of 24 studies, researchers noted that the PSMA PET radiotracer 18F PSMA-1007 may provide more benefit than 68Ga Ga-PSMA-11 for primary staging of patients with prostate cancer and detection of local lesion recurrence, but also has drawbacks with higher liver uptake and multiple reports of false positive bone lesions.
Offering an all-in-one platform of artificial intelligence (AI) applications, MyBreastAI Suite reportedly facilitates early breast cancer detection and enhances efficiency with breast imaging workflows.
Consistent adherence to the five most recent mammography screenings prior to a breast cancer diagnosis reduced breast cancer death risk by 72 percent in comparison to women who did not have the mammography screening, according to new research findings presented at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference.
In a recent interview at the annual RSNA conference in Chicago, Richard Heller, MD discussed the impact of reduced reimbursement rates in radiology, the projected CMS conversion factor for 2024, the severity of payment cuts in interventional radiology and the importance of radiologist advocacy.
BrainSpec Core reportedly offers enhanced sensitivity for low-grade gliomas and may facilitate the diagnosis of conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy.
People who smoke marijuana and cigarettes have 12 times the risk for centrilobular emphysema than non-smokers, according to new computed tomography (CT) research presented at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference.
In a four-year study of over 1,600 patients who had outpatient head CTs, head CT angiography and/or brain MRI to assess cognitive impairment, researchers found that Black patients were over 9 percent less likely than White patients and over 16 percent less likely than Hispanic patients to receive brain MRI.
In a recent interview about President Biden’s recent executive order on artificial intelligence (AI), Morris Panner, the president of Intelerad Medical Systems, shared his concerns that the executive order, while well-intentioned, may wind up stifling innovation and the continued evolution of AI in radiology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) assessments of chest X-rays identified 28 percent of a 17,000 plus cohort of never-smokers as being at high-risk for lung cancer, according to research to be presented at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference next week.