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Essential Keys to MRI Safety in the Age of Advanced Diagnostics

Diagnostic Imaging

As ongoing advances continue to redefine and elevate the diagnostic capabilities of MRI, ensuring the safety of patients and operators through effective signage, training and regular safety audits is of paranount importance.

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CEUS shines in diagnostic, interventional settings

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“Ultrasound contrast agent use can be ubiquitous in interventional practice and can solve many logistical or clinical diagnostic problems,” he said. In ultrasound, contrast use has been shown to improve differentiation of liver lesions and the diagnostic performance of O-RADS in assessing ovarian lesions among other examples.

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Remote Ultrasound Platform Offers Diagnostic Scans from Anywhere

MedImaging Ultrasound

A next-generation ultrasound technology capable of delivering remote diagnostic imaging without the need to go to a clinic or hospital is set to revolutionize ultrasound diagnostics.

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Diagnostic errors tied to patient harm

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Diagnostic errors, including those from radiology among hospitalized adults who died or were transferred to the intensive care unit (ICU), are common, according to a study published January 8 in JAMA Internal Medicine. The team reported that of the total, 550 patients (23%) had experienced a diagnostic error. years in 29 hospitals.

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Diagnostic Imaging's Top Five Content of 2023

Diagnostic Imaging

Touching on a variety of topics in radiology, here are the top five most well-viewed content from Diagnostic Imaging in 2023.

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Theranostics Bridging Diagnostics and Therapy for Targeted Treatment

Open Medscience

Theranostics merges diagnostics and therapy, revolutionising personalised medicine with genetic profiling and targeted treatment strategies. The post Theranostics Bridging Diagnostics and Therapy for Targeted Treatment appeared first on Open Medscience.

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Study Says Low-Field MRI Offers Sufficient Diagnostic Quality for Detecting Spinal Pathology

Diagnostic Imaging

and 3T, researchers found that 0.55T MRI provided acceptable diagnostic quality across all sequences for varying pathologies including degenerative joint disease, compression fractures and osseous metastatic disease. In a study of patients who had lumbar spine MRI exams at 0.55T, 1.5T