More stringent screening criteria proposed to avoid low-risk thyroid nodules.
AATS endorses the Task Force's draft recommendation.
"Profitability in Japanese market is so much higher."
The deal covers distribution to most countries outside the U.S.
New study says biopsies and immediate follow-up tests unnecessary for low-risk breast lesions.
Dr. Barnett talks about when cancer isn't cancer.
Experts cite ACA, sequestration.
Over 150 tests and procedures identified in latest Choose Wisely campaign.
What's driving the comeback?
Bang for your buck: CT.
More bang for your buck: X-ray tubes
Image intensifier market remains surprisingly stable.
Neurosurgeons at Ohio State University implanted first spinal cord stimulators for MRI.
ISO certification identifies top multi-vendor service companies in medical equipment industry.
Screening from scratch.
Study shows limits of using recall rates as performance metric.
Will Medicare coverage soon follow?
Novel contrast agent Dotarem is now approved for use in the U.S.
New imaging technology may be a cheaper, noninvasive cancer screening tool in future.
New technology visualizes plaque responsible for fatal heart attacks.
Real time dose monitoring tool designed to reduce unnecessary radiation exposure.
7 tips to get the most out of your lasers
New laser technology might be a game changer for epilepsy treatment.
August: This month in medical history.
Elastography makes waves in the U.S.
Government wants hospitals to form teams of rivals.
A wrong choice can turn your modest purchase into a big ticket item.
Are online discounts ruining the cosmetic laser market?
New Philips live image guidance system, designed to deliver better image quality at lower dose.
Cost-cutting a priority for a majority of surveyed providers.
Smaller rural hospitals are now outpacing urban hospitals in EHR adoption.
Sometimes disaster preparedness is all talk.
Medical device companies embracing adaptive trials to save costs.
Full impact of iPad on radiologists has yet to be felt.
Will the FDA slow market entry of overseas devices?
The technology is in the midst of a perfect storm.
6 ways to avoid mammography meltdowns
5 ways to transcend transducer troubles
This day in medical history, July, 1893.
Siemens agrees to undisclosed monetary settlement with Conquest Imaging.
NeuroTronik seeks to develop new heart failure device for market.
Health IT expert calls it a nation of unlocked doors.
Adding radioimmunotherapy to chemotherapy may make cancer treatment more effective.
New president-elect will focus on radiopharmaceuticals.
New biotracers bind to prostate-specific antigen PSMA.
New debates around mammography screening may shake up the market.
Overeating could be linked to brain chemical deficiency.
The latest trends in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging from Vancouver.
Siemens debuts new SPECT/CT and PET/CT systems at SNNMI.
FDA award recognizes CT dose reduction efforts.