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.
Smoking marijuana in combination with cigarettes may significantly increase the damage to the lungs' air sacs, as revealed in a study presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, highlighting the need for further research on the long-term effects of marijuana smoking.
A newly developed PET radiotracer can be used to create an inflammation map of the entire gastrointestinal tract, providing detailed information to accurately detect and stage inflammatory bowel disease.
The University of Miami Health System is partnering with Aidoc for a system-wide artificial intelligence initiative that aims to detect early health issues, streamline workflows, and enhance post-diagnosis care using Aidoc’s AI technology.
Advances in technology are crucial for early breast cancer detection and improved outcomes, as radiologists grapple with high patient volumes and the need for efficient, integrated diagnostic tools, while emphasizing the importance of timely screenings and early diagnosis in the fight against breast cancer.