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“Redefining radiology” is the motto for RSNA 2021 that starts today. Professor Regina Beets-Tan, President of the European Society of Radiology (ESR), is convinced that hybrid imaging will redefine cancer diagnostics in the future. 

We also introduce the world’s thinnest x-ray detector and show how the brightest ever x-rays advanced Coronavirus imaging.

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Interview • Hybrid imaging

‘We need to drive standardisation in scanning’

Professor Regina Beets-Tan, President of the European Society of Radiology (ESR), looks on possible future developments in cancer imaging. AI is very promising in this regard, 'However, it has proven to be a problem that the data with which the ...

Article • Cancer imaging

PET/MRI offers significant patient benefits

PET/MRI is offering new imaging opportunities for cancer patients at various points along the care pathway with its ability to assess different biological processes and its increased specificity.

News • In teens

Multiple concussions can disrupt brain connectivity

Adolescents and young adults with post-concussive symptoms who suffered three to five concussions showed disruption in the default mode network, an interconnected network of brain regions involved in wakeful rest and internal thoughts.

News • Breast MRI study

IUDs have systemic effects on the body

Intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs) appear to have systemic effects on the body like those of hormone replacement therapy, according to a breast MRI study being presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America ...

News • World record

Thinnest X-ray detector ever created

Scientists have used tin mono-sulfide (SnS) nanosheets to create the thinnest X-ray detector ever made, potentially enabling real-time imaging of cellular biology.

News • Coronavirus imaging

Brightest ever X-ray shows lung damage from Covid-19

The damage caused by Covid-19 to the lungs’ smallest blood vessels has been intricately captured using high-energy X-rays emitted by a special type of particle accelerator. Scientists used a new imaging technology called Hierarchical ...

 

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