Ultrashort Echo Time MRI Comparable to CT in Assessing COVID-19 Patients

June 08, 2020

UTE-MRI can be a valuable alternative in situations where repeated radiation exposure is of concern.

Using AI Could Improve Chest Imaging with COVID-19 Patients

June 04, 2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers see “untapped potential” for artificial intelligence tools.

CTA Improves Coronary Disease Risk Assessment

June 04, 2020

When added to exercise electrocardiography, CTA can improve five-year risk prediction.

Lung Ultrasound Can Direct COVID-19 Treatment in Pregnant Women

June 04, 2020

The modality is an effective, reliable alternative to chest CT or chest X-ray in this vulnerable population.

Interventional Radiology: Tiered Approach to Patient Procedures Can Minimize COVID-19 Risk

June 03, 2020

A five-tiered approach to cross-sectional interventional procedures can help radiologists determine which patients to treat first, minimizing likelihood of viral transmission.

Imaging COVID-19: Evaluating Available Options

June 03, 2020

Researchers from Mount Sinai examine and assess the imaging modalities used to evaluate patients positive for the virus.

Most COVID-19-Positive Children Have Negative Chest CT Scans

May 28, 2020

Research shows 77 percent of children who are confirmed positive for the virus have no findings via chest CT.

Plastic Bag Prototype Shows Promise in Blocking COVID-19 Infection

May 28, 2020

Patient isolation bag could not only reduce risk of viral transmission, but could also streamline CT workflow.

Alleviating Patient Imaging Fears During COVID-19

May 25, 2020

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.