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Grading HCC with Radiomics from MRI

Grading HCC with Radiomics from MRI

Based on a large cohort, this study highlights how the grade of HCC can be approached with radiomics analysis of MRI images. Article: Predicting the grade of hepatocellular carcinoma based on non-contrast-enhanced MRI radiomics signature Authors: Minghui Wu, Hongna...

Opinion: The rise of the Clinical Radiologist

The marriage of computers and Radiology in mid-twentieth century accelerated the growth of Radiology and initiated the rise of Radiologist. Rapid advancements in imaging technology and digital medical images have revolutionized the work-flow systems in modern hospitals.

Predicting survival in lung cancer with CT

Predicting survival in lung cancer with CT

This study includes feature selection and internal and external validation of the findings and shows that radiomics, in addition to clinical information, predicts prognosis better than clinical data alone. Article: Development of a radiomics nomogram based on the 2D...
Understanding the huge advances in CT image reconstruction

Understanding the huge advances in CT image reconstruction

Over the last 15 years, image reconstruction of CT has been revolutionized. This is one major tool for dose reduction and the story does not end there, as there are many new promising developments. Article: The evolution of image reconstruction for CT—from filtered...
Multiparametric MRI of the prostate

Multiparametric MRI of the prostate

A subgroup of experts from the ESUR Prostate MRI Working Group conducted a literature review and face-to-face and electronic exchanges to draw up a position statement. Article: The primacy of multiparametric MRI in men with suspected prostate cancer Authors: Jonathan...
Infrared imaging and breast cancer detection

Infrared imaging and breast cancer detection

In a continuous effort to increase the detection rate of breast cancer, infrared imaging offers an interesting perspective in addition to mammography. Article: Does three-dimensional functional infrared imaging improve breast cancer detection based on digital...
Coronary CTA: don’t forget to look around for extracardiac lesions

Coronary CTA: don’t forget to look around for extracardiac lesions

Among patients undergoing CTA, many have incidentally detected lesions. Some of them may well explain the symptoms. Article: Extracardiac findings on coronary computed tomography angiography in patients without significant coronary artery disease Authors: Philipp...
Medical students are not so anxious about AI

Medical students are not so anxious about AI

This survey among students shows that juniors welcome AI and believe that it will induce important changes in daily practice; however, they are not afraid of being replaced by the machines. Article: Medical students’ attitude towards artificial intelligence: a...