A comprehensive study using fMRI and dynamic causal modeling identified the right inferior frontal gyrus as a crucial element in subcortical response inhibition circuits, revealing high intrinsic connectivity and gender-related impacts.
New research presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America reveals a link between soccer heading and a decline in brain microstructure and function over a two-year period, especially in those with high levels of heading, raising concerns about potential long-term brain effects.
The healthcare system is a substantial contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and radiology’s role in the healthcare system presents an opportunity to lead low-carbon, sustainable initiatives in workplaces and communities.
Percutaneous ablation is deemed a safe and effective treatment for stage I-II non-small cell lung cancer in patients with interstitial lung disease, offering a valuable option when surgical resection, radiation, and systemic therapy are not feasible, as per findings in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care in Tampa, Fla., evacuated on July 20 due to a rupture in a bank of lithium-ion batteries used to provide backup power for an MRI machine, causing the release of flammable hydrogen gas and necessitating an emergency evacuation of 80 people.