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CT dose monitoring in practice

(2017-01-30) Tracking of radiation dose during medical examinations has become mandatory, and for good reasons. It helps ensuring patient safety and establishing dose reference levels. Moreover, it contributes to operational and quality improvement. » more

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CT dose: Going down without losing image quality

(2017-01-30) Radiographic examinations should include as less radiation as possible. Two British radiologists explain how radiation causes damage and how to lower the dose. » more

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Don’t dream it – be it

(2017-01-30) It requires a cultural change to achieve a data and contextually driven human-cybernetic collaborative workflow orchestration. Let us see what the machines can do and let them do it. » more

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Future of Contrast Media

(2017-01-30) Bayer continues to invest time, money and decades of knowledge in developing new contrast media. Hubertus Pietsch, Head of Contrast Media Research, Bayer, Germany, delivered a lecture about the future of contrast media. » more

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CT can replace radiography in lumbar spine imaging

(2017-01-30) Low-dose CT better depicts most anatomical structures in the lumbar region lesions than radiography. With CT, observers are also more confident in evaluating some common pathologies. » more

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Twelve percent less contrast media is sufficient

(2017-01-30) A substantial contrast media reduction is possible when applying lower tube voltage values in coronary computed tomography angiography. » more

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Breast MRI screening can exclude cancer with 100 % certainty

(2017-01-30) Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) demonstrates an excellent diagnostic performance for non-calcified equivocal breast findings detected in conventional imaging. » more

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In normal-risk patients, parenchymal enhancement is not associated with the risk for breast cancer

(2017-01-30) Background parenchymal enhancement is considered to be associated with an increased risk for breast cancer in patients with certain gene mutations or a strong family history of breast cancer. In woman without elevated risk, background parenchymal enhancement... » more

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Non-invasive PET-imaging with high accuracy for coronary artery disease

(2017-01-30) Myocardial perfusion or coronary artery stenosis severity can be evaluated by positron emission tomography (PET) with higher diagnostic accuracy than by single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) or coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA)... » more

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A diagnostic algorithm for the exclusion of pulmonary embolism

(2017-01-30) Tom Van der Hulle from Leiden University Medical Center, the Netherlands, presented a simple diagnostic algorithm derived from the so-called YEARS-trial, which can be used to rule out pulmonary embolism in a significant number or patients. He said: “The... » more

Upcoming Congresses

ECR 2017

Name: European Congress of Radiology
Location: Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Duration: March 1-5, 2017
Organizer: European Society of Radiology (ESR)

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MRXperion: Meet The Smart, Analytic Solution

Join us for a hands-on session with our next-generation MR Contrast Injector. We will focus on MRXperion and Contrast Dose Management, by demonstrating the seamless network communication with Radimetrics™ Enterprise Platform. The sessions will take place on the booth, to book a slot, please click on the link.

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