MRI Research Suggests Link Between COVID-19 Related Brain Fog and Blood-Brain Barrier Dysfunction
For people with COVID-19 related brain fog, emerging dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) research findings revealed blood-brain barrier disruption in multiple brain regions, including temporal lobes and the frontal cortex, up to a year after active infection.
The Reading Room Podcast: Emerging Concepts in Breast Cancer Screening and Health Equity Implications, Part 3
In the third episode of a three-part podcast, Anand Narayan, M.D., Ph.D., and Amy Patel, M.D., discuss the challenges of expanded breast cancer screening amid a backdrop of radiologist shortages and ever-increasing volume on radiology worklists.
FDA Clears New Version of AI Segmentation Software for Brain MRI
Offering rapid automated segmentation of brain structures, the ClearPoint 2.2 software reportedly enhances visualization for a variety of targeted, MRI-guided procedures.
The Reading Room Podcast: Emerging Concepts in Breast Cancer Screening and Health Equity Implications, Part 2
In the second episode of a three-part podcast, Anand Narayan, M.D., Ph.D., and Amy Patel, M.D., discuss recent studies published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that suggested moving to more of a risk-adapted model for mammography screening.
Study Shows Benefits of Annual Mammography Exams from 40 to 79 Years of Age
In comparison to biennial mammography screening between the ages of 50 to 74, researchers found that annual screening between 40 and 79 years of age resulted in a greater than 16 percent higher reduction in breast cancer mortality.
Study: Photon-Counting CT Improves Accuracy of Coronary Stenosis Assessment
The use of ultrahigh spatial resolution with photon-counting CT led to lower Coronary Artery Disease Reporting and Data System (CAD-RADS) category assessments in over 54 percent of patients in comparison to the use of standard spatial resolution, according to recently published research.
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