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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.

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Current multiple sclerosis diagnostic criteria are leaving children behind, new data show

A recent analysis published in Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders found that these criteria often exclude children who display suspicious findings on imaging.

March 16, 2023

New neural-redundancy metric accurately detects mild cognitive impairment

Redundant brain pathways can serve as pre-symptomatic indicators of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in aging individuals, allowing care teams to design first-line neuropsychological exercises for slowing the possible approach of Alzheimer’s disease.

March 10, 2023

New scoring system predicts rupture risk for patients with arteriovenous malformations

The risk stratification system was put to the test in more than 3,000 cases and proved itself to be a beneficial tool in predicting future AVM rupture across multiple risk groups.

March 7, 2023
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Deep learning model predicts Alzheimer's using routine MRI exams

When put to the test, the new model was able to predict Alzheimer’s risk with 90.2% accuracy.

March 5, 2023

MRI findings differ significantly in boys and girls who have sustained concussions

Findings from functional MRI brain scans following concussions in pediatric patients indicate that injury recovery times may differ between sexes. 

February 27, 2023

Focused ultrasound reduces physical symptoms of Parkinson's disease

Given the less invasive nature of focused ultrasound procedures, researchers suggest that it could open the door for disease management options catered to a wider variety of patients.

February 23, 2023
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Some long COVID patients display 'severe' changes in their brain

For patients with anxiety and depression, even mild cases of long COVID could result in functional and structural alterations of the brain.

February 21, 2023

Brain scans offer more objective judgement than jurors, study suggests

Could findings from neuroimaging replace juror verdicts in trademark infringement trials? 

February 9, 2023
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