Trauma patients who present with poor blood flow and suspected abdominal hemorrhage are well served by emergency physicians using AI-augmented FAST imaging.
The task force cited insufficient evidence as the driver behind the decision to forego recommending supplemental screening.
Researchers found that echocardiographers in the cath lab are exposed to high doses of radiation on the right half of their body, especially the waist and lower body.
The American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) released a new guideline document that outlines uniform training standards for interventional sonographers guiding structural heart procedures.
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.
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.
Experts suggest new follow-up imaging protocols for vaccine-related lymphadenopathy
New research shows that persistent lymph node swelling observed on imaging can persist beyond 12 weeks post-vaccination for up to 50% of women.
New multi-society recommendations highlight role of non-invasive imaging in evaluating coronary artery disease
A new, multi-society document, "Non-Invasive Imaging in Coronary Syndromes," focuses on how multiple imaging techniques can evaluate different aspects of coronary artery disease (CAD), all without the need for invasive angiograms.
O-RADS externally validated for differentiating between benign and malignant ovarian lesions
In addition to O-RADS external validation, experts also sought to determine if incorporating acoustic shadowing as a benign finding would improve diagnostic performance.
Algorithm performs at expert level when distinguishing between benign and malignant ovarian tumors
Experts involved with the study suggested that these findings could be beneficial in the future of ovarian tumor assessment by providing clinical decision making support.
Imaging suggests blood clots are more common in COVID than pneumonia
In a recent study, venous thromboembolisms were detected in those with COVID via multiple imaging modalities at a rate of 16.3% compared to 9.2% in individuals with CAP.
These ultrasound features predict ovarian cancer
Doctors created a simple system that categorizes adnexal lesions as classic or nonclassic to streamline the process of ovarian cancer risk stratification.
Research links echocardiographic measures to dementia risk
For the first time, associations between left atrial function and dementia were uncovered via electrocardiograms, experts shared in JAMA.
VIDEO: New advances in echocardiography
William A. Zoghbi, MD, past president of the ACC and ASE, discussed the latest trends in cardiac ultrasound technology.