Review the top radiology content from the past week.
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan is your chance to catch up on the latest radiology content, from new research and device news to the latest case quizzes and conference reports. Review the slideshow below to see this week's top content:
In a retrospective study involving mammography screening in over 114,000 women, researchers found that an artificial intelligence model had comparable specificity and sensitivity to radiologist screenings, reduced false positive results by 25 percent and reduced radiologist workload by more than 62 percent. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
In a recently published study, researchers found that multiparametric quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (qMRI) may detect subtle biomarkers of conditions such as autism and cerebral palsy in adolescents with extremely preterm births. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
Could an emerging modality provide a viable alternative to gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) in this high-risk patient population? CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
The new artificial intelligence-powered software from Nanox reportedly identifies findings suggestive of compression fractures and low density on computed tomography (CT) images and facilitates more precise measurement of these fractures. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
In a recent survey of over 13,700 people between the ages of 50 and 75, researchers found that only 1.4 percent of respondents had colorectal cancer screening with computed tomography (CT) colonography. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.