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Many new imaging solutions were on display at the world's largest health informatics conference, held at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Radiologist David Gruen, MD, discusses some of the overarching themes from the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society's annual meeting.

End-users of various radiology IT systems offer their assessment of the software in the annual KLAS Research 2023 Best in KLAS report.

Two examples of PSMA-PET scans showing numerous prostate cancer metastases spread throughout the body. Many of these smaller tumors would not have been detected on previous standard-of-care imaging. Photo on left courtesy of SNMMI, right University of Chicago. #PSMAPET

PSMA-PET a more cost-effective option for patients long-term compared to standard prostate imaging

The findings support adopting F-18 DCFPyL PET/CT as the standard of care for prostate cancer staging, authors of a new Scientific Reports paper concluded.

May 25, 2023
black woman breast cancer pink ribbon

Experts cite 'urgent need' for changes to USPSTF breast cancer screening recommendations

The USPSTF’s update suggests that women should screen every other year, but the group's own modeling studies have cited the benefits of annual screening.

May 17, 2023
Katie Couric on USPSTF recommendations on when women should start getting mammograms

'Kind of a bummer': Katie Couric disappointed in USPSTF recs that exclude supplementary imaging for dense breasts

The task force cited insufficient evidence as the driver behind the decision to forego recommending supplemental screening. 

May 11, 2023

Nearly 90% of significant incidental findings on lung cancer screenings are considered reportable

These findings highlight a need for more stringent and standardized reporting guidelines relative to incidental findings, authors of the new study suggested.

May 10, 2023

How 'mindlessly' following AI guidance impacts radiologist performance

Radiologists interpreting screening mammograms may be especially susceptible to falling victim to automation bias, as these exams are repetitive in nature.

May 2, 2023
Women with dense breasts and benign breast disease have increased risks of developing #breastcancer

Breast cancer risk assessments should account for longitudinal changes in breast density, new data suggest

Breast density is known to drop over time, but the rate at which density decreases merits special attention, as it could be associated with a woman’s chance of developing cancer.

May 1, 2023
shear-wave elastography TIRADS

Shear wave elastography assessment improves TI-RADS scoring

That’s according to an award-winning scientific online poster presented this week during the American Roentgen Ray Society’s annual meeting being held in Honolulu, Hawaii.

April 20, 2023
lung cancer imaging features associated with worse outcomes following missed diagnosis

Some imaging features of missed lung cancer indicate worse outcomes

Features pertaining to location, density and superimposed structures were recently found to be associated with poorer outcomes for patients who initially had their lung cancer overlooked on radiographs.

April 19, 2023
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