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Radiology

Radiology with imaging techniques like MRI and CT is a mainstay in the diagnosis of diseases and the guidance of medical procedures. Keep reading to see the latest developments.

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Article • Current and emerging imaging applications

Challenges of AI in chest radiography

Physicians use AI-powered technology for faster and earlier detection of diseases. At ECR Overture, Dr Steven Schalekamp, PhD, discussed the application of AI for chest radiography in paediatrics.

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News • Radiophysiomics

Diagnosing brain tumors using machine learning

The classification of brain tumors—and thus the choice of optimal treatment options—can become more accurate and precise through the use of artificial intelligence in combination with…

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News • Diagnostic imaging

AI saves one hour of daily chest CT interpretation time

Incorporating AI support into clinical practice can reduce repetitive tasks, saving approximately one hour of chest CT interpretation time in a radiologist’s typical workday.

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Interview • Scanner manipulation prevention

Protecting medical imaging devices from cyberattack

Medical imaging and radiotherapy treatment devices are essential lifesaving technologies. In an era when hospital information systems are increasingly being attacked by cybercriminals, just how…

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News • In vivo

Magnetic resonance imaging shows brain inflammation

Researchers visualize brain inflammation using diffusion-weighted MRI. This detailed "X-ray" of inflammation cannot be obtained with conventional MRI, but requires data acquisition…

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Article • White matter hyperintensities

Uncovering the hidden part of the WMH iceberg

Cerebral white matter hyperintensities (WMH) can have a devastating impact on a patient’s life. Radiologists must learn to recognise these white spots in the brain and conventional imaging may just…

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Article • Radiology congress

ECR 2022: Building Bridges

“Building Bridges” will be the theme of this year’s ECR. 'This represents my vision for the future of radiology', Professor Regina Beets-Tan, president of the congress, explains.

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