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  • 10 ways to get involved in Women in Medicine Month

    10 ways to get involved in Women in Medicine Month

    https://www.ama-assn.org | August 31, 2020


    ​The American Medical Association is proud to celebrate September as Women in Medicine Month. “Women in Medicine: Advancing Equity, Creating Change” is this year’s theme. Read More
  • AI, radiomics can predict stroke treatment success

    AI, radiomics can predict stroke treatment success

    Erik L. Ridley - www.auntminnie | July 28, 2020


    ​Artificial intelligence (AI) and radiomics can help to predict if a particular treatment strategy for acute ischemic stroke will be successful and how difficult the procedure will be, potentially paving the way for personalized endovascular patient management, according to research published online July 20 in Stroke. Read More
  • RSNA wins grant to develop learning center in Africa

    RSNA wins grant to develop learning center in Africa

    www.auntminnie.com | July 28, 2020


    ​The RSNA said that it received a three-year, $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) to develop a new Global Learning Center (GLC) in sub-Saharan Africa. Read More
  • Subspecialists must maintain general radiology skill set ahead of future crises, experts say

    Subspecialists must maintain general radiology skill set ahead of future crises, experts say

    Marty Stempniak - www.radiologybusiness.com/ | July 27, 2020


    Subspecialist radiologists must maintain a jack-of-all-trades skill set to help address future crises, experts argue in a new opinion piece. Read More
  • Advanced MRI mapping spots traces of gadolinium in the brain invisible during conventional scanning

    Advanced MRI mapping spots traces of gadolinium in the brain invisible during conventional scanning

    Matt O'Connor - www.healthimaging.com | July 21, 2020


    An advanced mapping technique detected trace amounts of gadolinium in the brain that were not measurable using conventional MRI scanning, according to a new study published Tuesday. Radiologists from South Korea analyzed nearly 100 patients with brain tumors, spotting tissue changes associated with repeated macrocyclic gadolinium-based contrast agent injections on quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM), but not standard T1-weighted MRI. Read More