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  • RSNA 2020 to be all-virtual event

    RSNA 2020 to be all-virtual event

    www.auntminnie.com | May 26, 2020


    The RSNA announced on May 26 that the 106th edition of its annual conference scheduled for Chicago from November 29 to December 4 will instead be held as an all-virtual event. Concerns about the safety of attendees during the COVID-19 outbreak prompted the group to shift to an all-virtual meeting. Read More
  •  COVID-19 neuro findings marked by mental status, stroke

    COVID-19 neuro findings marked by mental status, stroke

    Kate Madden Yee - www.auntminnie.com | May 26, 2020


    The findings add to a growing knowledge base of the neurologic manifestations of the disease -- which has been paltry compared with the current understanding of its respiratory effects, according to a team led by Dr. Abdelkader Mahammedi of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Ohio. Read More
  • Contrast ultrasound reveals unique COVID-19 lung findings

    Contrast ultrasound reveals unique COVID-19 lung findings

    Theresa Pablos - www.auntminnie.com | May 21, 2020


    Contrast-enhanced ultrasound scans revealed patterns in the lung not typically associated with pneumonia in three Italian patients with COVID-19, according to a report published on May 12 in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. Read More
  • SCCT Plans to Make 2020 Annual Meeting Virtual Due to COVID-19

    SCCT Plans to Make 2020 Annual Meeting Virtual Due to COVID-19

    https://www.dicardiology.com/ | May 05, 2020


    ​The Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) announced plans this week to hold its annual scientific meeting in a virtual format. The in-person meeting planned to take place in Seattle, Wash., has been cancelled, due to coronavirus-related restrictions on travel and gatherings as well as concern about the health, well-being and safety of our attendees, faculty and their patients. Read More
  • Cancer Patients Face High Mortality from COVID-19

    Cancer Patients Face High Mortality from COVID-19

    http://itnonline.com | May 05, 2020


    ​People with cancer who develop COVID-19 are much more likely to die from the disease than those without cancer, according to physician-researchers at Montefiore Health System and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The study, published in the online edition of Cancer Discovery, is the largest so far to assess outcomes for patients with cancer who have also been infected with COVID-19. Read More