The medical community has viewed the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) with both fear and excitement. The…Continue
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Starting March 2018, Michael D. Hope, MD, became the new chief of radiology at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. He is taking over from interim chief, Stefanie Weinstein, MD.
This announcement marks Dr. Hope’s latest leadership position, as he also serves as the vice chair of the department of…
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Arterys, the San Francisco-based medical imaging company, has just been granted Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for their new Oncology AI suite that detects and tracks lesions and tumors in the liver and lungs using artificial intelligence (AI).
The clearance marks the latest accomplishment…
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A new report presented at the most recent RSNA conference suggests that the risk of cyberattacks on medical imaging devices (MIDs) should be a greater concern in the imaging community. The report, written by a team…Continue
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As nuclear medicine (NM) procedures have become more popular in U.S. hospitals, radiology technologists are at increasing risk for developing a cataract. According to a new study published in Radiology,…Continue
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The culture of compliance and high burnout rates go hand in hand in radiology. Richard Gunderman, MD, the vice chairman of Indiana University’s radiology department…Continue
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Christopher Hess, MD, PhD, has become University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) new chair of the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and the Alexander Margulis Distinguished Professor of Radiology as of January 1, 2018. He’s taking over for Ronald Arenson, MD, who served as the department’s…Continue
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Artificial Intelligence will soon be common place in radiology workflows. At this year’s Radiological Society of North American (RSNA) annual meeting, AI was the focal point of many sessions and various med-tech companies were excited to show off their latest AI integrations and innovations.
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Male triathletes should be concerned about their heart health. According to a report presented at the recent Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, extensive exercise…Continue
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A new study presented at the Radiological Society of North American conference has found that imaging patterns can help us do more than determine the cause for particular injuries and abnormalities.…Continue
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Obesity and overweight can lead to a heart attack, stroke, or diabetes. Yet, there are other ways to determine someone’s chances of developing a cardiometabolic health condition. According to a recent…Continue
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Many healthcare organizations rely on Google cloud storage for file sharing. However, getting adequate space on the system is a struggle that affects us all. At the annual Radiological Society of North America conference, Dicom Systems, Change Healthcare, and Kanteron Systems announced they’re collaborating with…Continue
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In collaboration with NVIDIA, GE Healthcare is launching artificial intelligence capabilities in 500,000 of its imaging devices — that’s around half…Continue
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This year’s annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting was a grand showcase of artificial intelligence ventures. Take for example the Arterys’s latest platform Arterys MICA, a web based medical imaging system powered by AI.
MICA facilitates workflows for a diverse set of imaging devices,…
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Medical imaging giant Samsung recently unleashed its latest innovation: the OmniTom, a 16-slice CT scanner. After receiving FDA clearance in August, the machine was scheduled to debut at the Radiological Society of North America’s annual conference in Chicago.
The OmniTom is a part of Samsung’s…
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The Radiological Society of North America annual meeting will kick off on Sunday, November 26 at the McCormick Place in Chicago. There are many panels, workshops, discussions, and reading sessions happening every day. You can plan out your schedule with the RSNA…Continue
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Emergency radiology requires radiologists to shapeshift into precise and calculated emergency physicians. From University of California Los Angeles to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, here are some examples of how the radiology department has become a crucial component of emergency services.…
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The Radiology Society of North America will introduce machine learning labs at this year’s meeting as an effort to increase exposure of the technology throughout the field.
“No question — machine learning will change the way radiologists practice in the years ahead, sometimes dramatically. But…
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To Susan Summerton, MD, a medical scan isn’t just a detailed image of the human body, it’s a form of artistic expression. Summerton is the brains behind Xray Artistry, an ever-growing collection of collages comprised of MRI, CT scans, x-ray, and…Continue
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