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AI has greatly pushed the boundaries of radiology but imaging hardware should also evolve to match the software-based advances, experts caution. Innovative technology such as photon counting can enhance scan quality, mitigating the need for algorithmic image reconstruction – which is convenient, but prone to overgeneralisation, as recent studies have shown. Enjoy browsing!

Article • Physics in medical imaging

CT advances: small steps and huge strides

Recent advances in CT have focused mainly on software, yet new technology could push the modality much further, experts showed at ECR 2022.

Sponsored • Radiology equipment

Latest technology meets solid technology

In radiology, it is important to place patients safely and precisely. This works with the "GetUp®" holding system from Febromed.

Article • Hypertension and CVD assessment and prediction

Blood pressure measurement: deceivingly simple, yet highly complex

Blood pressure is one of the most basic parameters in any healthcare status assessment and holds considerable diagnostic significance. However, clinicians should never underestimate the complexity behind the assessment, cautions Dr Rhian M. Touyz.

News • Resources on ICD devices

Medical videos on YouTube often provide incomplete information, study finds

Patients looking for infos on implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) should not rely on YouTube videos, as quality content on the topic is few and far between, according to new research.

News • Devil in the details

Why healthcare researchers must be wary of misusing AI

An international team of researchers advises that strong care needs to be taken not to misuse or overuse machine learning (ML) in healthcare research, despite all of its benefits.

News • Drug delivery research

'Tunneling' capsule to enable oral insulin intake

A newly developed capsule that tunnels through mucus in the GI tract could be used to orally administer large protein drugs such as insulin.

News • Improved disease management

Type 1 diabetes: researchers explore benefits of 'bionic pancreas'

A device using next-gen technology to automatically deliver insulin was found to be more effective at maintaining blood glucose levels than standard-of-care management for type 1 diabetes.

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Article • Medical imaging

Computed tomography (CT)

Article • Research, diagnostics, therapies

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