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Image: New research suggests radiopaque clad wires enhance implanted devices visability (Photo courtesy of Anomet).

Radiopaque Clad Wire Improves Stent Visibility

Innovative radiopaque clad wires improve device visibility under fluoroscopy, and serve as an effective alternative to marker bands. More...
24 Feb 2017
Image: A graph showing the percentage of breast exams every year during the study period (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

New Technique Reduces Recalls for Breast Tomosynthesis Patients

The results of a new study show that a novel breast tomosynthesis technique using synthesized 2D compiled images of the breast may enable improved invasive cancer detection, and reduced radiation exposure. More...
21 Feb 2017
Image: A left gastric artery angiography (black arrow) showing fundus of stomach (dashed arrows) (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

Study Indicates Bariatric Embolization is Safe for Morbidly Obese Individuals

Bariatric embolization, a novel interventional radiology technique that helps patients lose weight, has been found to be safe and well tolerated by morbidly obese individuals. More...
16 Feb 2017
Image: The Infinity radiation therapy system (Photo courtesy of Elekta).

New European Partnership Designed to Increase Radiation Therapy Awareness

A new partnership has been agreed between a European cancer foundation and a human care company to optimize patient access to state-of-the-art radiation therapy in Europe. More...
15 Feb 2017
Image: The researchers have found that hyperfractionated radiotherapy, and increased radiation therapy could save the lives of more head and neck cancer patients (Photo courtesy of Drugs Information Online).

Head and Neck Cancer Patients Can Benefit from Increased Radiation Therapy

Researchers have shown that treating head and neck cancer patients twice daily with radiation therapy, combined with chemotherapy, could benefit these patients and save more lives. More...
14 Feb 2017
Image: Research shows an increased amount of fat around the heart can present a higher risk of heart disease in post-menopausal women (Photo courtesy of UPMC).

New Heart Disease Risk Factor Found in Post-Menopausal Women

Researchers have found that an increased volume of paracardial fat around the heart poses a significantly higher risk of heart disease for post-menopausal women, as well as for midlife women with lower levels of estrogen. More...
14 Feb 2017
Image: A new study suggests intravenous contrast media used in CT is not linked to increased risk of acute kidney injury (Photo courtesy of News Medical).

CT Contrast Media Does Not Increase Kidney Injury Risk

Intravenous (IV) contrast media administration for computerized tomography (CT) is not associated with an increased frequency of acute kidney injury (AKI), according to a new study. More...
09 Feb 2017

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