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August 2, 2022

Artificial Intelligence Rules Out Incidental PE in Chest CT Artificial Intelligence Rules Out Incidental PE in Chest CT

Artificial intelligence (AI) can spot incidental pulmonary emboli (iPE) on chest CTs performed for other indications, according to a new study published in the American Journal […]
June 23, 2022

AI Support Platform Saves Time in Routine Radiology Practice AI Support Platform Saves Time in Routine Radiology Practice

Integrating an artificial intelligence (AI) support platform into routine radiology practice saves radiologists about an hour a day interpreting chest CT scans compared to reading the […]
June 16, 2022

White Children More Likely to Undergo Imaging at ED Visits White Children More Likely to Undergo Imaging at ED Visits

White children are more likely to receive diagnostic imaging during emergency department (ED) visits than Black and Hispanic children, according to an analysis of nearly 40 […]
June 10, 2022

Contrast Shortage Déjà vu All Over Again Contrast Shortage Déjà vu All Over Again

The recent lockdown in Shanghai, China, has had a serious impact on GE Healthcare’s primary pharmaceutical manufacturing facility for iohexol (Omipaque, GE Healthcare) iodinated contrast media […]
May 12, 2022

What Do Ultrasound Images Find in Superficial Lumps and Bumps? What Do Ultrasound Images Find in Superficial Lumps and Bumps?

A conference consensus statement on ultrasound imaging of superficial soft-tissue masses aims to help radiologists and other clinicians differentiate between benign lumps and bumps, those that […]
May 11, 2022

Global Contrast Media Shortage Blamed on COVID Lockdown in China Global Contrast Media Shortage Blamed on COVID Lockdown in China

Global shortages of contrast media for CT imaging brought on by recent COVID-19 lockdowns may last through June. Last month, GE Healthcare announced it would be […]
May 2, 2022

Clinical Chest Images Power Up Survival Prediction in Lung Cancer Clinical Chest Images Power Up Survival Prediction in Lung Cancer

In patients with stage I lung cancer, chest images with noncancerous imaging predict overall survival better than clinical features alone, according to a paper published online […]
April 5, 2022

AI Systems Can Be Wrong and Not Admit It AI Systems Can Be Wrong and Not Admit It

Artificial intelligence systems are being built to help diagnose diseases, but before we can trust them with life-and-death responsibilities, AI will need to develop a very […]
March 24, 2022

New FAST Definitions May Improve Trauma Assessment of Children New FAST Definitions May Improve Trauma Assessment of Children

Newly developed consensus definitions for complete and accurate Focused Assessment With Sonography for Trauma (FAST) and extended FAST (E-FAST) evaluations may better guide clinical decision-making and […]
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