Catch up on the top radiology content of 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:
Emerging research has revealed findings on diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) correlational tractography that may help neuroradiologists differentiate between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and developmental coordination disorder (DCD). READ MORE
New magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) shows earlier brain aging in middle-age Black individuals with researchers suggesting that cumulative exposure to stress over socioeconomic and environmental adversities may be a key contributing factor. READ MORE
A new computed tomography (CT) study reveals that people who smoke marijuana may have a 70 percent higher risk of developing emphysema than non-smokers, and an age-matched subgroup analysis suggests marijuana use could be associated with a 26 percent higher risk of emphysema in comparison to tobacco-only smoking. READ MORE
Emerging research showed the combination of contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) with perfluorobutane and modified 2017 LI-RADS criteria had comparable sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy to current magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) approaches to detecting hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) lesions. READ MORE
In a study of over 800 women with breast cancer, researchers found that African-American women had a higher rate of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and were less likely to have irregular masses in screening exams in comparison to non-Latina White women. READ MORE