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For Release: July 24, 2014  

New Radiological Signs of Gastric Lap Band Slippage Identified

 

For Release: June 18, 2014  

New Study Is First to Identify, Clarify MERS-Related Abnormality Distribution on CT

 

For Release: June 17, 2014  

3D Breast Imaging Could Revolutionize Cancer Screening

 

For Release: May 8, 2014  

Hybrid SPECT–CT Greatly Improves Localization of Gastrointestinal Bleeding

 

For Release: May 7, 2014  

Image-Guided Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis Catheters Significantly Reduces Complications

Iterative Reconstruction Techniques Reduce Radiation Dose for Pediatric Brain CT

 

For Release: May 6, 2014  

CT-Guided Irreversible Electroporation Safe in Unresectable Pancreatic Carcinoma

Nonscreened Patients With Breast Cancer Need More Treatment Than Screened Patients

 

For Release: May 5, 2014  

Automated CT Dose-Tracking Software Effectively Monitors Dosage in a Clinical Setting

Breast Tomosynthesis After Screening Mammography Reduces Need for Ultrasound, Biopsies

Glutamate Imaging Better Than MR Spectroscopy for Imaging Brain Lesions in the First Three Hours After Ischemic Stroke

Overestimation of Radiation Exposure May Keep Women From Critical Screening

 

For Release: February 6, 2014  

AJR Article Helps Shape Federal Health Care Policy

 

For Release: November 19, 2013  

CT Colonography with Noncathartic Prep Could Significantly Increase Patient Compliance Rates

 

For Release: October 30, 2013  

New Research Supports Annual Mammograms: Longer Intervals Can Mean Later Stages at Diagnosis

 

For Release: May 31, 2013  

Norman Beauchamp Is New President of ARRS

 

For Release: April 19, 2013  

Tomosynthesis Increases Breast Cancer Detection Rate; May Improve Detection in Dense Breasts

 

Two-Views are Better Than One in 3D Breast Screening

 

Chemical Shift MRI Helps Differentiate Renal Cell Tumors More Likely to Metastasize

 

Two Venous Punctures Not Always Needed For Intravascular Ultrasound-Guided Inferior Vena Cava Filter Placement

 

For Release: April 18, 2013  

Laser Optics Plus Ultrasound Imaging Holds Promise as a Noninvasive Test for Prostate Cancer

 

New Ablation Technique Holds Promise for Liver Cancer Patients When Standard Treatment Doesn’t Work or Isn’t Possible

 

Screening Breast Ultrasound Detects Cancers Missed on Mammography in Women with Dense Breasts

 

For Release: April 17, 2013  

Iterative Reconstruction Plus Longitudinal Dose Modulation Reduces Radiation Dose for Abdominal CT and Save Lives

 

CT Combined with Serum LDH Shows Promise as Survival Predictor for Some Patients with Metastatic Melanoma

 

Radiation Dose Level Affects Size of Lesions Seen on Chest CT Images

 

For Release: April 15, 2013  

Picture This: A Dramatic Drop in Wrong Patient Errors

 

Standard CT Protocol for Trauma Patients Leads to Overutilization of Imaging

 

For Release: April 13, 2013  

Decreasing Kilovoltage Substantially Reduces Radiation Dose in Lumbar Spine CT Without Compromising Quality

 

MR Images Taken During the Systole Phase Improve Diagnoses of Scars on the Heart

 

New Breast Imaging Algorithm Brings Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment to Underserved Area of Uganda

 

Additional Imaging Gives Better View and Reduces Complications in Patients Needing Gastric Tubes

 

Tomosynthesis Improves Detection of Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma in Patients with Increased Risk

 

Dual Energy CT Accurately Identifies ACL Tears in Emergency Department

 

MDCT Helps Better Determine Valve Implant Size for Transcatheter Aortic Valve in Patients with Aortic Stenosis

 

For Release: August 22, 2012  

MR Enterography is Option for Pediatric Patients with Crohn Disease

 

For Release: August 9, 2012  

Hormone Acting Drugs Plus Uterine Artery Embolization Offers Nonsurgical Treatment Option for Women with Large Uterine Fibroids

 

For Release: July 1, 2012  

Study Answers Medicare Concerns about Paying for CT Colonography

 

For Release: June 26, 2012  

Lung Nodule Matching Software Dramatically Increases Radiologists’ Efficiency

 

For Release: May 4, 2012  

Preoperative MRI Valuable in Detecting Additional Malignancies in Women with Dense and Not Dense Breasts

 

Study Examines Necessity of Additional Imaging in PET/CT Oncologic Reports

 

Six Month Follow-Up of Patients with Benign MRI-Guided Breast Biopsies May Not Be Necessary

 

For Release: May 3, 2012  

Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Cuts Recall Rates by 40 Percent

 

Breast Cancer Patients with a Positive Ultrasound Guided Axillary Node Biopsy Likely To Need Axillary Dissection Despite Trend to Eliminate It

 

Automated Breast Ultrasound Dramatically Reduces Physician Interpretation Time

 

For Release: May 2, 2012  

Low Dose Whole Body CT Finds Disease Missed on Standard Imaging for Patients with Multiple Myeloma

 

Cone Beam CT Proves Better for Visualizing Some Causes of Hearing Loss at Half the Radiation Dose

 

For Release: May 1, 2012  

New Study Challenges Current Thinking on Risk Factors for Contrast Induced Nephrotoxicity

 

Decision Support System Translates into High Percentage of Positive Chest CT Examinations

 

For Release: April 30, 2012 

Study Examines Benefit of Follow-Up CT when Abdominal Ultrasound Inconclusive

 

MR Enterography is as Good or Better than Standard Imaging Exams for Pediatric Crohn’s Patients

 

Image Share Project Gives Patients and Physicians Anytime, Anywhere Access to Medical Images

 

Tablet Based Case Conferences Improve Resident Learning

 

For Release: April 28, 2012 

Radiologists Tackle Legal Challenges and Policies for Evaluating Outside Studies

 

Radiologists Play Key Role in Successful Bariatric Procedures

 

Automated Breast Volume Sonography Improves Screening and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer for Asian Women

 

New Standards for Treating Traumatic Shoulder Injuries Improve Patient Care

 

New Exhibit Shows Radiologists How to Improve Treatment for Musculoskeletal Ski and Snowboarding Injuries

 

New Imaging Protocols Help Improve Systemic Functioning for Living Renal Donors

 

For Release: February 22, 2012 

Achala S. Vagal, MD, Awarded 2012 ARRS/Elio Broco Scholarship

 

For Release: October 4, 2011 

Consider the Breast and Lungs When Determining Thoracic Imaging Protocols

Lower Contrast Agent Dose Feasible in 320 Row CT Angiography

 

For Release: September 22, 2011 

Error Rate Higher in Breast Imaging Reports Generated by Automatic Speech Recognition

The Key to Lower Dose CT Fluoroscopy for Spine Injections is Reducing the Dose of the Planning CT

 

For Release: September 21, 2011 

Resident Conferences that Focus on Mistakes Result in Higher Quality of Care

 

For Release: February 1, 2011 

Microbubble Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound May Reduce Number of Breast Cancer Surgeries

 

For Release: January 1, 2011 

Customer Service Representatives in the Reading Room Means Increased Efficiency and Improved Patient Care

New Ultrasound Technique Helps Identify Patients Who Need Breast Biopsies

Preoperative Breast MRI Suggests High Cancer Yield and Positive Predictive Value in Newly Diagnosed Patients, Study Finds

 

For Release: October 21, 2010 

Virtual Colonoscopy and Teleradiology Bring Colorectal Cancer Screening to Patients in Rural Areas

Virtual Colonoscopy Option Could Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates, Patient Survey Suggests

Emergency Department Patients Prefer Ordering Physicians Discuss Risks/Benefits of CT Scans With Them Before Ordering Exam

Forensic Scientists Use Postmortem Imaging-Guided Biopsy to Determine Natural Causes of Death

 

For Release: September 30, 2010 

ACR and ARRS to Restructure Integration to Form Strategic Alliance

 

For Release: September 21, 2010 

Risk of Infection After Ultrasound-Guided Procedures is Low, Study Suggests

Adverse Cardiac Events Are Rare After a Negative Cardiac CTA Exam, Study Suggests

MRI Could Be Used for Routine Surveillance of Great Vessel Stents

 

For Release: August 20, 2010 

ASIR Technique Reduces Radiation Dose Associated With Coronary CTA by 27 Percent

ASIR Technique Significantly Reduces Radiation Dose Associated With Abdominal CT Scans

Pay-for-Performance Programs Improve Radiology Report Turnaround Times, Study Suggests

Virtual Colonoscopies Help Identify Additional Cancers Outside of the Colon, Study Suggests

Whole-Body MRI May Help Detect Suspected Child Abuse