Imaging Wire #419

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Breast Imaging May 8, 2022

iSono Health’s Wearable Breast Ultrasound May 8, 2022

iSono Health announced the FDA clearance of its ATUSA automated wearable 3D breast ultrasound system, a first-of-its-kind device that taps into some of the biggest trends in imaging.

Cardiac Imaging May 4, 2022

Chest Pain Implications May 4, 2022

The major cardiac imaging societies weighed-in on the AHA/ACC’s new Chest Pain Guidelines, highlighting the notable shifts coming to cardiac imaging, and the adjustments they could require. The cardiac CT and MRI societies took a victory lap, highlighting CCTA and CMR’s now-greater role in chest pain diagnosis, while forecasting that the new guideline will bring: […]

Cardiac Imaging May 1, 2022

Chest CT’s Untapped Potential May 1, 2022

A new study out of Toronto General Hospital highlighted the largely-untapped potential of non-gated chest CT CAC scoring, and the significant impact it could have with widespread adoption.

Radiology Reporting April 27, 2022

Radiology’s Smart New Deal April 27, 2022

A new Journal of Digital Imaging editorial proposed a complete overhaul of how radiology reports are designed and distributed, in a way that should make sense to radiology outsiders but might make some folks within radiology uncomfortable.

Cardiac Imaging April 24, 2022

Cleerly’s Downstream Effect April 24, 2022

Cleerly, coronary CTA, CTA AI, myocardial perfusion imaging, MPI, invasive angiography

Patient Engagement April 20, 2022

NYU’s Video Reporting Experiment April 20, 2022

A new AJR study out of NYU just provided what might be the first significant insights into how patient-friendly video reports might impact radiologists and patients. Leveraging a new Visage 7 video feature and 3D rendering from Siemens Healthineers, NYU organized a four-month study that encouraged and evaluated patient-centered video reports (w/ simple video + […]

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