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This channel contains news about the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), including coverage of its annual meeting and society news. RSNA is a leading resource for the radiology and all its subspecialties. This includes the areas of cardiac imaging, angiography, interventional radiology, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear imaging, ultrasound, PACS and advanced visualization. DAIC concentrates on coverage of RSNA on aspects specific to cardiovascular medicine and interventional radiology. For radiology coverage of RSNA, visit our sister publication Imaging Technology News (ITN) and its RSNA channel.

News | CT Angiography (CTA)

April 28, 2022 — Aspirin therapy, as opposed to statin use, for non-obstructive coronary artery disease does not reduce ...

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News | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

February 17, 2022 — While cardiac imaging shows that COVID-19 vaccine–associated myocarditis has a similar pattern as ...

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News | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

February 15, 2022 — Vaccine-associated myocarditis shows a similar injury pattern on cardiac MRI compared to other ...

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Arineta created a dedicated cardiac CT scanner in partnership with GE Healthcare a couple years ago. With increased interest in CTA with the new chest pain guidelines, the company decided to also start direct sales of these systems for the first time at RSNA in their own booth. Photos by Dave Fornell
Feature | RSNA | By Dave Fornell, DAIC Editor

Here are a few of the key takeaways on the new technologies that will impact cardiovascular and interventional medicine ...

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Videos | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Jean Jeudy, M.D., professor of radiology and vice chair of informatics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine ...

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Videos | Radiation Dose Management

The vendor Radiaction introduced a new type of scatter radiation protection shielding system that mounts to the ...

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The Viz.AI pulmonary embolism response team (PERT) app that uses AI to detect PE on images before they go into PACS, alerts the PERT team members and provides a mobile platform to message, review images and other patient data. Photo by Dave Fornell
Feature | Artificial Intelligence | By Dave Fornell, DAIC Editor

Artificial intelligence (AI) has found a unique niche to help automate the activation of acute care teams for pulmonary ...

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Videos | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Kate Hanneman, M.D., MPH FRCPC, director of cardiac imaging research JDMI, and the medical imaging site director at ...

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News | Artificial Intelligence

December 2, 2021 — Artificial intelligence (AI) vendor DiA Imaging Analysis was featured in a recent study presented by ...

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News | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

December 1, 2021 — A small but significant percentage of college athletes with COVID-19 develop myocarditis, a ...

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Videos | Cardiovascular Ultrasound

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted ...

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News | Cardiac Imaging

November 10, 2021 — Philips, a global leader in health technology, announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire ...

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