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Lobular or HER2–negative cancers are underestimated in size at MRI compared with ductal or other subtypes.
Automation doesn't do any good if it doesn't take human nature into account.
Patients with an initial clinical severity class of 1 also had a higher likelihood of missed injury.
Why radiology is really all about teaching.
No longer in its infancy, AI is beginning to make real waves in radiology. Here's how.
Largest study in Europe for the evaluation of renal lesions using CEUS with a histopathological validation.
Sometimes it’s good to look up and ask why things are the way they are.
Missed appointments can have serious consquences for patient outcomes—and for your bottom line. Here are some strategies for reducing the number of no-shows.
Machine-learned models provided substantial gains in model sensitivity with slight loss of specificity.
The current state of unnecessary imaging—and what you can do about it.
Edema visualization improves detection of early infarcts.
Radiology—and healthcare as a whole—has a trust problem, but blockchain could be the answer.
Radiology applications demonstrate impact of cloud for improving efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing security.
The theme of this year’s show was AI—but what does that mean?
Radiologic reports with deep learning algorithm provide improved cerebral aneurysm detection.
Some were concerned about increased imaging and interpretation times associated with DBT.
Voice-rec software was supposed to improve over time, but has it actually learned anything?
Prediction occurred an average of 75.8 months before final diagnosis.
Birth defects can be tough to spot on ultrasounds, but new technological advances could make it easier.
Axial chest CT identifies enlargement with high specificity and reasonable sensitivity.
Not following ACR practice guidelines potentially leads to unnecessary workups and extra health care costs.
Like every other member of a healthcare team, sonographers are indispensable—until they aren’t.
The procedure also upstaged several subjects.
Where has teleradiology come this year? And where will it go next?
The imaging process provides the most time-efficient sequence with the highest lesion detection rate and conspicuity.