Review top radiology content from the 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:
Newly published research suggests one in five patients with COVID-19 may develop intrathoracic complications that more than double the length of hospital stay in comparison to those without complications and carry a significantly elevated risk for intensive care unit (ICU) admission.
The study, which was recently published in Clinical Imaging, assessed chest imaging (3,836 radiographs and 105 computed tomography (CT) scans) in 976 patients with a mean age of 61. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
In what may be a groundbreaking development for the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases, the first non-invasive images of pathological alpha-synuclein (a-syn) in the human brain were presented by a leading neurological researcher on March 16 at the AD/PD 2022 meeting in Barcelona, Spain. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
A patient with AIDS presents with difficulty eating and swallowing. What is your diagnosis? CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
Offering the promise of secure image sharing, improved workflow efficiencies and enhanced integration with electronic health records (EHRs) and referring provider portals, a new software suite may provide radiologists with an emerging option for medical image management.
Seeking to develop an integrated hub with centralized patient data, Intelerad Medical Systems has launched the Enterprise Imaging and Informatics Suite at HIMSS 2022. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
For postmenopausal women, new research supports an emerging link between breast arterial calcification (BAC) and the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
In a recent study involving over 5,000 women between the ages of 60 to 79, researchers found that 26 percent of the study participants had BAC, according to the recently published study in Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE