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British patient in overcrowded ED dies due to wrong CT scan being read
Error was due to slow computer system and overcrowded emergency department
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Just some of the products and services raising the bar for CT scanning
Deep learning approach in conventional CT yields spectral images
Can provide information on composition of tissues
Remnants of COVID-19 virus found in internal CT components
RNA from SARS-CoV-2 turning up in the scanner's inward airflow filter could be a good thing
Faster, safer, better: The latest in CT technology
A look around the industry at what's entering the market
Dual-energy CT adds value to routine interpretations of imaging studies
Reduces downstream imaging and associated costs
Magnetic Insight scores $1.6 million for study of new imaging method, Color MPI
Can distinguish bound and unbound tracers that specifically bind to diseased tissues
PET/MR boosts lesion detection, reduces radiation exposure in cancer imaging
May enable fast, efficient local and whole-body staging in one step
GE Healthcare ramps up medical imaging production in Wisconsin
Will invest $50 million to increase product development and manufacturing in its West Milwaukee facility
Siemens and CEA-Leti partner on photon counting CT detector module
Increases spatial resolution while reducing exposure and image artifacts
Philips debuts next-generation Azurion image-guided therapy platform
Offers new 3D technology and optimizes clinical and operational lab performance
Radiologists make more errors when interpreting CT studies at night
Indicates some form of impairment, even if radiologist is well-rested for night shift
Medicare reimbursement for radiologists could drop over 10% in 2021
The proposed rule contains more than 40 new or revised codes that affect radiology
NIH to leverage AI and medical imaging for open-source COVID-19 database
ACR, RSNA and AAPM will annotate thousands of images
AI technique may speed up diagnosis of COVID-19 in CT images
Could reduce burden of radiologists that have to examine each image
Advanced imaging increases in pediatric ED, ultrasound and MR drive the trend
Move away from CT illustrates growing awareness of long-term radiation risks
Scanning the CT tube technology and service marketplace
Like all X-ray equipment, your CT scanner is useless without the right tube

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