Diagnostic Imaging: A Look Ahead

October 12, 2020

What to expect this week on Diagnostic Imaging.

Here's what is coming soon to Diagnostic Imaging:

Diagnostic Imaging is launching a new feature, bringing you a preview of what to expect from our weekly coverage. This week on Diagnostic Imaging, you can expect to see coverage of a number of hot topics:

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Diagnostic Imaging is devoting a great deal of attention to bringing you the latest news in breast imaging. Look for our interview later this week with Christoph Lee, M.D., MS, MBA, a professor of radiology at the University of Washington School of Medicine and provider with Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Lee shared with us the latest advancements in breast imaging, as well as his insights on how artificial intelligence can enhance breast cancer screening.

To check out some of our other video interviews for Breast Cancer Awareness month, click here.

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Breast imaging radiologist Svati Singla Long, M.D., with Raleigh Radiology in North Carolina, will also share details about the downturn of breast imaging during the COVID-19 pandemic, the impacts of this drop, as well as the multi-disciplinary solutions to treating breast cancer during this outbreak. Look for her article later this week.

To check out our latest coverage of breast cancer screening and shortfalls, click here.​

Diagnostic Imaging’s “The Reading Room,” our podcast series, offers in-depth conversations with some of the industry’s leading experts on clinical topics of wide-spread interest. Recently, Anupam Basu, M.D., a diagnostic radiologist with Cook County Health in Chicago sat down with us to talk about his work into lung cancer screening guidelines and African-American patients. In this week’s upcoming podcast episode, listen as he shares insights about why the current benchmark for when to begin CT scans for lung cancer screening is likely too late for this patient population.

To check out other episodes from “The Reading Room,” click here.