Harborview and Fred Hutch radiologists welcome machines that they say will speed patient interventions and reduce complications.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network commend Dr. Douglas Wood for decades of work on its influential clinical practice guidelines.
An updated mandate from the Food and Drug Administration compels U.S.
The new regulation demands more communication from screening facilities across 12 states, including Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.
Ultrasound can be used to move, reposition or break up kidney stones, all while the patient is awake, a new study finds.
MRI demonstrate that the amygdala grows too rapidly between 6 and 12 months of age, before characteristics of autism fully emerge
Radiologists feel pressure to use and promote technology still unproven in population-level studies, editorial says.
Machine-learning algorithms are shaving minutes off of some imaging scans and performing crucial triage for others.
The information helps hospitals know whether their pediatric radiation doses are in the range of what's appropriate for common studies.
Imaging scans that incidentally detect masses – cancerous and benign – lead to follow-up appointments, costs and worry.