A new KLAS report titled 3 Things You Need to Know about Breast Imaging finds providers increasingly turning to ultrasound and tomosynthesis as secondary modalities, despite mammography's continued prominence.
Amid growing concern over childhood exposure to medical radiation, researchers at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore found that using ultrasounds to diagnose pediatric appendicitis produced the same outcomes as computed tomography scans.
Konica Minolta announced it will acquire Panasonic's ultrasound division effective January 1, 2014. The company is also launching the Sonimage P3, its first hand-held ultrasound device for point-of-care.
A new study published online in the journal Radiology indicates that patients with left temporal lobe epilepsy have abnormal connections in their brains that could lead to clues toward diagnosis and treatment.
A new study found that younger women are more likely to experience fear and anxiety following percutaneous breast biopsy. The subjects were evaluated using the Testing Morbidities Index, a tool that evaluates short-term quality of life.
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