Radiology Business (9/12) reports that organ-effective modulation (OEM) can reduce radiation exposure to the breast by more than 12% without affecting image quality, according to new findings published in the European Journal of Radiology. The study specifically focused on how OEM can impact care for Asian patients.
Aunt Minnie (9/11) reports on a study published in the September issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology which suggests that using chatbot software can help orient and educate women who are scheduled to undergo a breast biopsy about the procedure.
Aunt Minnie (9/6, Madden Yee) reports on a new study from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute which asserts that screening mammography doesn't benefit women 75 and older who have chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes.
Aunt Minnie (9/4, Madden Yee) reports that digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and digital mammography appear to detect cancers of a similar biologic profile, according to a study from Sweden published online September 3 in Radiology.
Diagnostic Imaging (9/3) reports on a study published in Radiology which determined that adding computer-aided detection into reading an automated breast ultrasound image can improve performance for both novice and experienced radiologists.