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Most Read Stories

1) New pediatric CT guidelines cut imaging in half

Researchers adapt existing guidelines for head, neck and abdomen/pelvis, and develop new ones for the chest

2) Children's Minnesota operating first pediatric hybrid intraoperative MR suite in North America

Utilizes moving ceiling-mounted MR rail system

3) Four or more CT scans double risk of children developing certain cancers

Reinforces need for appropriate imaging standards

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Press Room

GE HealthCare unveils SIGNA Champion, a 1.5T wide bore MR system powered by AI for high performance and patient comfort
November 27, 2023
Mirion Medical introduces InstadoseVUE Dosimeter at Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting
November 27, 2023
RadNet unveils DeepHealth, a pioneering AI-powered health informatics portfolio
November 27, 2023
Radiology Partners launches AI integration platform with AWS HealthImaging
November 27, 2023
Rad AI unveils Omni unchanged, a revolutionary addition to Omni Reporting, at RSNA 2023
November 27, 2023
Maverick Medical AI partners with RadNet to launch AI-powered medical coding across U.S. imaging sites
November 27, 2023
Philips improves workflow and efficiency with next generation ultrasound systems EPIQ Elite and Affiniti at #RSNA23
November 27, 2023
Philips launches HealthSuite Imaging, a cloud-based generation of Vue PACS, with AI-enabled workflows at #RSNA23
November 27, 2023
Aidoc unveils $30 million investment in comprehensive clinical AI foundation model
November 27, 2023
One of Michigan's largest health systems selects Intelerad as enterprise imaging provider
November 27, 2023

Pediatrics

European study confirms blood cancer risks of low-dose CT exposure in young people
Evaluated records of nearly one million patients in nine countries
Two things to know about Northwell Health's new neuroscience partner in the UAE
The capacities and specialties at Burjeel Medical City
Arkansas Children's investing $318 million into hospital expansions over next eight years
Adding more beds, ambulatory surgery center, redesigned clinical spaces
Four or more CT scans double risk of children developing certain cancers
Reinforces need for appropriate imaging standards
Five strategies to reduce overcrowding in the ED
Recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics emphasize patient safety
New pediatric CT guidelines cut imaging in half
Researchers adapt existing guidelines for head, neck and abdomen/pelvis, and develop new ones for the chest
Deep learning reconstruction sufficient at reducing dose in pediatric CT scans
Reduces noise without degrading noise texture and image sharpness
Pediatric proton treatment in the age of COVID
What Is being done to ensure children have access to the best possible outcomes?
Contrast ultrasound for pediatrics
Q&A with Dr. Kassa Darge, radiologist-in-chief at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Reducing pediatric discomfort in imaging
New tech making imaging kid-friendly
Identifying 'low-value' care in pediatric could save millions of dollars: study
Researchers show 30 low-value care measures cost nearly $17 million across 49 U.S. hospitals
United Imaging introduces uCT ATLAS CT scanner at RSNA
Has an 82-cm bore and quarter second rotation time

Feature Stories

Pediatric proton treatment in the age of COVID

What Is being done to ensure children have access to the best possible outcomes?

Reducing pediatric discomfort in imaging

New tech making imaging kid-friendly

Bringing proton therapy to pediatric patients

Access is improving for the kids who stand to benefit most, but the pandemic has magnified financial challenges

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound utilization on the rise

CEUS offers many unique advantages over other imaging modalities, particularly for pediatric patients

Tackling pediatric fears of medical imaging

How patient comfort innovations are making radiology more kid-friendly