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:
The artificial intelligence (AI) model reportedly had an 89.3 accuracy rate in differentiating between non-dense and dense breasts on mammography scans, and a 90.4 percent rate of agreement with human radiologist reviewers. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
Distinguishing between classic and non-classic presentations of isolated adnexal lesions on pelvic ultrasound reportedly had a high specificity and sensitivity in diagnosing ovarian cancer in women at average risk. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
A 57-year-old female presents with an altered mental status. What do the images reveal? CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
In a recent video interview, Kevin J. Abrams, MD, discussed highlights from the recent 25th Annual Symposium of the American Society of Spine Radiology (ASSR), including lectures on imaging for spontaneous intracranial hypotension, the emergence of dynamic susceptibility contrast for MR perfusion and insights on the use of dual-energy computed tomography (CT) for diagnosing vertebral fractures. CLICK HERE TO WATCH MORE.
Discussing personal, practical and technological challenges that may thwart breast cancer screening, this author says increased sensitivity, advances in mammography imaging and creative awareness-raising alliances can make a difference in communities big and small. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.