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  • CT radiomics uses immunohistology to detect thyroid cancer

    CT radiomics uses immunohistology to detect thyroid cancer

    Staff writers - www.auntminnie.com | September 04, 2019


    ​Researchers from China have developed a radiomics model capable of identifying on CT scans various immunohistochemical (IHC) characteristics associated with thyroid cancer. The model could bolster the noninvasive evaluation of thyroid nodules, according to an article recently published online in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read More
  • 3D printing cuts surgery time for eye socket repair

    3D printing cuts surgery time for eye socket repair

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | September 04, 2019


    ​Examining 3D-printed models based on head CT scans enabled clinicians to customize implants required for eye socket fracture repair and reduce the time to complete the surgery by roughly 50% in a new study, recently published online in Academic Radiology. Read More
  • Cost-effective solutions for healthcare IT deficiencies

    Cost-effective solutions for healthcare IT deficiencies

    James D'Arezzo - www.dotmed.com | September 03, 2019


    ​Managing healthcare these days is as much about managing data as it is about managing patients themselves. The tsunami of data washing over the healthcare industry is a result of technological advancements and regulatory requirements coming together in a perfect storm. But when it comes to saving lives, the healthcare industry cannot allow IT deficiencies to become the problem rather than the solution. Read More
  • As CVS Rolls Out Health Hubs, Walmart Prepares Clinic Expansion

    As CVS Rolls Out Health Hubs, Walmart Prepares Clinic Expansion

    Bruce Japsen - www.forbes.com | September 03, 2019


    ​Walmart may be on the verge of a new wave of clinic expansion in certain markets across the U.S. as its retail pharmacy rivals invest in an array of outpatient healthcare services. Read More
  • Could patient history help predict CT contrast reactions?

    Could patient history help predict CT contrast reactions?

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | September 03, 2019


    ​Having a genetic predisposition to allergies could increase an individual's risk of having an adverse reaction to iodine contrast agents, according to an article published online September 3 in Radiology. Identifying these individuals in advance could help prevent unnecessary complications for contrast-enhanced CT. Read More