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Deep convolutional neural networks (DCNNs) can better classify chest x-rays when trained on augmented datasets, according to a new study published in Clinical Radiology.

HIMSS and SIIM have collaborated on a new white paper focused on how to effectively build and implement an enterprise imaging (EI) system.

More than 14 million European adults aged 65 and up will have developed atrial fibrillation by 2060, according to a paper published June 6 in EP Europace.

Mount Sinai Heart announced June 10 that a pair of its top cardiothoracic surgeons succeeded in performing two totally endoscopic coronary arterial bypass surgeries (TECABs) at the end of May, making the hospital the only center in New York State qualified to offer the procedure.

Financial conflicts of interest (FCOIs) do not appear to impact or influence the development of consensus breast cancer screening recommendations, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Stanford researchers have developed an AI tool that can help diagnose damaging brain aneurysms that can have potentially fatal effects.

A team of German researchers has found a new class of radiopharmaceuticals capable of identifying 28 types of malignant tumors, imaging them with high uptake and image contrast.

 

An emergence of fake medical news and untrustworthy medical advice on social media has led to the creation of a new type of role at Jefferson Health, a health system in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

 

Ultrathin drug-eluting stents performed better than their thicker counterparts in a recent analysis of the BIO-RESORT trial, researchers reported in JAMA Cardiology May 21—but thinner struts might not always be the right go-to for patients after PCI.

Susan Bailey, MD, has been named the new president of American Medical Association, the group announced June 8 at the AMA’s annual meeting in Chicago.

Mount Everest has been in the news lately, as pictures of a climbers huddled in long lines have surfaced across the internet. Peter Lowry, a 38 year-old radiologist from Golden, Colorado, talked about his ascent up the mountain and how he’s dealing with the darker side of Everest.

A 38-year-old radiologist from Golden, Colorado, climbed to the top of Mount Everest on May 23.