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Clinically Correlate

Ben White

Another wide-ranging radiology conversation, this time for an episode with the resident-run radiology podcast, Clinically Correlate. The post Clinically Correlate first appeared on Ben White.

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Jury still out on clinical use of ChatGPT

AuntMinnie

ChatGPT has been effective in 84% of radiology research studies, yet it is still too soon to confirm its complete proficiency for clinical applications, according to a team at the University of California, Los Angeles. Summary of ChatGPT's topics in five different clinical areas of radiology (n = 44).

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ARPA-H taps Pisano for 'Advancing Clinical Trials Readiness' initiative

AuntMinnie

The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) has tapped the American College of Radiology's (ACR) Chief Research Officer Etta Pisano, MD, to develop its clinical trial portfolio and lead its Advancing Clinical Trials Readiness initiative. Department of Health and Human Services.

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aycan Expands into Clinical Trial Market

Imaging Technology

milla1cf Thu, 02/22/2024 - 13:42 February 22, 2024 — aycan , a recognized leader in medical imaging, announced that Enspectra Health used aycan’s PACS, viewers, and professional services team to ready DICOM data generated from their new VIOTM System for their pivotal clinical trial.

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Clinical practice LCS program finds more disease than NLST

AuntMinnie

Over a five-year period, a clinical practice lung cancer screening program at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC, found more disease than did the National Lung Screening Trial (NLST), researchers have reported. The program showed a higher rate of lung cancer compared to the NLST’s, at 3.4% versus 2.4%. Specificity 83.8%

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Can AI help chest DDR achieve clinical adoption?

AuntMinnie

Chest dynamic digital radiography (DDR) may have received a boost toward clinical use in patients with lung disorders, with researchers developing AI to perform time-consuming analysis involved in the technology, according to researchers in New York City.

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Clinical value of some knee and hip MRIs questioned

AuntMinnie

While MRI-detected biomarkers may serve a beneficial role for people with hip and knee pain, the modality's clinical utility may be limited in patients over the age of 45 in patients with advanced osteoarthritis, according to an article published in the American Journal of Roentgenology ( AJR ). Erin Alaia, MD.

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