Axis Imaging News (5/29) reports on a study which details a new technique developed by Munich researchers, known as multi-spectral optoacoustic mesoscopy (MSOM), has now been shown capable of resolving optical contrast through tumor volumes that are at least 1,000 times larger than those possible with optical microscopy, enabling high-resolution visualization of tumor heterogeneity patterns.
Aunt Minnie (5/28) reports that breast MRI can produce more false positives on initial screening in women at higher cancer risk—an outcome many consider a "harm"—but patients and their doctors may decide this is justified by the modality's higher cancer detection rate, according to a study published in Clinical Imaging.
Aunt Minnie (5/26) reports that in the five years after treatment, women with a history of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) are more likely than their peers to undergo breast imaging but not to have anxiety or depression, according to the findings of a study published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
Radiology Business (5/26) coronavirus pandemic has hit all aspects of the imaging profession hard, but it may be female members of the field who are taking the brunt of its impact, according to a session of the American College of Radiology’s online annual meeting and a recent study in JACR.
Diagnostic Imaging (5/20) reports on a study from the Journal of Breast Imaging which outlined the benefits and challenges of using abbreviated MRI, as well as the strategies practices and imaging centers can use to more easily integrate it into the services they provide to patients.