Digital breast tomosynthesis improves cancer detection and reduces recalls, but women with extremely dense breasts seem not to fully realize that advantage.
Can a computer algorithm interpret a mammogram as well as an expert radiologist?
Artificial intelligence cuts diagnostic times from hours to minutes; imaging researchers see vast opportunities.
Grant will fund UW Autism Center and collaborators; researchers will scan brains of infants whose older siblings have autism.
In tests of anatomically representative phantoms, virtual reality sped procedures and meant reduced X-ray radiation exposure for patients.
Physicist pursues measure of nerve-insulating myelin for multiple sclerosis, stroke, TBI and child neural development.
Novel radioactive agent created to validate in vitro model’s prediction of drug distribution.
This year Washington state joined 33 other states in the nation by passing a breast density notification law, which requires radiologists to tell women when their mammograms indicate dense breast tissue.
UW researchers of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, will be able to embark on several new projects.
Results of a two-year study have spurred new national dose levels for the 10 most common adult CT examinations.