Visual quality control for arterial spin labeling

This study introduces a visual scoring system that provides a quality control standard for arterial spin labeling (ASL) and that can be applied to both cerebral blood flow maps and ancillary ASL images. The system provided high reproducibility and a reliable threshold...

US and CEUS for assessing ovarian protection in a murine model

US and CEUS were used to identify and characterise ovarian glands in murine models as a preliminary study for exploring the protective role of gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogue (GnRH-a) on chemotherapy-induced ovarian damage. Article: Contrast-enhanced...

Big data, artificial intelligence, and structured reporting

Applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in radiology require large amounts of training data. However, finding relevant information is difficult. This review gives a brief overview on how structured reporting can help facilitate research in...

Can we base the contrast dose for abdominal CT on the lean body weight?

The authors report on using the lean body weight for determining the contrast agent dose for abdominal CT, as opposed to using the standard total body weight. Article: Abdominal CT: a radiologist-driven adjustment of the dose of iodinated contrast agent approaches a...