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Brain scans predict consciousness return in vegetative patients

brain-injured patients, a way to measure awareness or its impending return - EurekAlert (press release): EurekAlert (press release) In…

10 Unbelievable (Yet Real) X-Rays That Might Shock You -

Funny pictures about Some of the most bizarre X-Rays. Oh, and cool pics about Some of the most bizarre X-Rays. Also, Some of the most bizarre X-Rays.

Art meets #imaging. #radiologyrocks

Art meets #imaging. #radiologyrocks

#CIBR Patient Advocate - Sheila Ross from the Lung Cancer Alliance

Patient Advocate - Sheila Ross from the Lung Cancer Alliance

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Patient Advocate - Sheila Ross from the Lung Cancer Alliance

Infograph on cystic fibrosis #CFawareness #FreshAir #BreatheBetter

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder that mainly affects the lungs and digestive system. Cystic Fibrosis causes mucus to build up, causing severe respiratory problems.

RSNA Coffee Chat

The Academy would like to invite all members of its Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging to attend a coffee chat during the RSNA meeting. Please see the below invitation for more information, and we look forward to seeing you there.

Converting MRI scans into 3D-printed models for surgical planning

New system from MIT and Boston Children’s Hospital researchers converts MRI scans into heart models (shown here).

Overdiagnosis of pulmonary embolism on CT-angiogram by radiologists may be widespread - PulmCCM

Contrasted CT-angiography of the chest, often called a “PE protocol CT,” has dramatically improved the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism. When used in conjunction with validated clinical …