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03
Dec

Can black bone MRI match CT for pediatric head trauma?

Black bone MRI may be a viable, radiation-free alternative to CT for the evaluation of children presenting with abusive head trauma -- particularly for detecting skull fractures, according to a Friday presentation at RSNA 2018 in Chicago. By Abraham Kim, AuntMinnie.com staff writer

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29
Nov

Fast MRI Shows Promise for Improved Patient Experience

A "perfect storm" of an increased emphasis on patient-centered care, decreasing reimbursements and improving technology has set the stage for radiologists to make MRI more efficient. By Michael Bassett

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29
Nov

Gadolinium accumulation might be more widespread than thought

Increased signal intensities in different brain regions presumably caused by linear and macrocyclic gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) could be an indication that gadolinium accumulation is more widespread than previously thought, according to a study presented on Wednesday at RSNA 2018. By Wayne Forrest, AuntMinnie.com staff writer

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29
Nov

Survey finds German medical students don’t fear AI

While the majority of medical students in Germany are aware of the discussion of artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology, most are unafraid of being replaced by AI and are optimistic that it will improve radiology as well as medicine in general, according to research at the RSNA 2018. By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie staff writer

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26
Nov

Video from RSNA 2018: What do we know about gadolinium deposition?

New findings are coming out on almost a weekly basis about trace elements of gadolinium left in human tissue after scans with MRI contrast agents. What do we know about this phenomenon, and how serious is it? We talk to Dr. Robert McDonald, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.

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25
Nov

AI could help avoid unnecessary thyroid nodule biopsies

An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can accurately predict whether a thyroid nodule is malignant, potentially helping to reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies performed on these patients, according to research presented on Sunday at the RSNA meeting. By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie staff writer

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12
Oct

RSNA 2018 Spotlights Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning

ML Tool Detects Biomarker in Stroke Patients. RSNA/AAPM Symposium Focuses on Low-dose CT. Human Factors Impact Reporting of Safety Events. MRI-Based Technology Promising in Alzheimer’s. RSNA Online Series Targets Health Care Economics.

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