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Sep

There’s more to China debate than lackeys versus stooges

Dividing researchers into Beijing or Washington camps is needless insinuation that would cost Australia a lot of valuable knowledge. Source: There’s more to China debate than lackeys versus stooges

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Applying deep learning to PET/CT scans helps clinicians diagnose neurodegenerative disorders

Source: Applying deep learning to PET/CT scans helps clinicians diagnose neurodegenerative disorders

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Sep

MIM Software, Sitex team up to treat cancer

Medical imaging software developer MIM Software will collaborate with radiation oncology firm Sirtex Medical to distribute yttrium-90 (Y-90) microspheres and related products around the world. Source: MIM Software, Sitex team up to treat cancer

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11
Sep

FDG-PET/CT points to cervical cancer patient outcomes

Several indicators on pretreatment FDG-PET/CT scans can help predict overall survival in patients with locally advanced cervical cancer and para-aortic lymph node involvement. The markers could help clinicians steer patients toward more aggressive treatment, according to a February 7 study in Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Source: FDG-PET/CT points to cervical cancer patient outcomes

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10
Sep

CT outpaces DNA testing for early coronavirus detection

Researchers from China are reporting that chest CT was able to detect COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), in individuals with high clinical suspicion of the virus — even in cases with negative initial DNA tests — in a study published online February 12 in Radiology. Source: CT outpaces DNA testing for...

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09
Sep

Why the sizzling radiologist job market will stay hot

Some speculated a few years ago that the red-hot job market for radiologists wouldn’t last. Several years later, radiologists are still enjoying one of the best job markets in the past two decades, and they often have a number of offers to choose from, according to Dan Corbett of Radiology Business Solutions. Source: Why the...

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08
Sep

Can 3D printing help optimize cardiac CT protocols?

Patient-specific 3D-printed coronary models have allowed clinicians to determine ideal cardiac CT protocols for various cardiovascular diseases with greater safety and accuracy than traditional testing methods, according to a review article published online on January 24 in Current Medical Imaging Reviews. Source: Can 3D printing help optimize cardiac CT protocols?

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