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 combination of the imaging agent Locametz and the targeted radioligand therapy Pluvicto may allow targeted treatment and mortality risk reduction in patients with prostate cancer. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
A closer look at the Canadian National Breast Screening Studies (CNBSS) has revealed key methodolgical flaws that may prohibit use of the findings in the development of future guidelines on mammography screening for breast cancer. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
In a recent video interview, Syam Reddy, MD discussed the merits of computed tomography (CT) colonography, a non-invasive alternative to conventional colonscopy, which may help reduce gaps in screening for colorectal cancer. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
Powered by artificial intelligence, the new Ultrasound Workspace platform reportedly offers advanced echocardiography capabilities and facilitates enhanced diagnostic workflows. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
The authors of a new meta-analysis found no significant difference between clinicians and artificial intelligence in diagnosing fractures but conceded that slightly over half of the studies assessed had a high risk of potential bias. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.