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Radiology is the medical specialty directing medical imaging technologies to diagnose and sometimes treat diseases. Originally it was the aspect of medical science dealing with the medical use of electromagnetic energy emitted by X-ray machines or other such radiation devices for the purpose of obtaining visual information as part of medical imaging.
MGH scientists develop software that provides automated support for diagnosing cause of stroke

MGH scientists develop software that provides automated support for diagnosing cause of stroke

Radiology Asia focuses on using state-of-art imaging to deliver improved clinical outcomes

Radiology Asia focuses on using state-of-art imaging to deliver improved clinical outcomes

Public-private collaboration to develop more accurate methods of tracking cancer progression

Public-private collaboration to develop more accurate methods of tracking cancer progression

MRI brain scans may help clinicians decide between CBT and drug treatment for depression

MRI brain scans may help clinicians decide between CBT and drug treatment for depression

New clinical approach offers hope for patients with aggressive brain cancer

New clinical approach offers hope for patients with aggressive brain cancer

Researchers develop novel genetic score to calculate age-specific risk of Alzheimer's disease

Researchers develop novel genetic score to calculate age-specific risk of Alzheimer's disease

Outdated medical imaging technology places patients at potential risk for safety

Outdated medical imaging technology places patients at potential risk for safety

Penn study reveals new patterns of coordinated development in the brain during adolescence

Penn study reveals new patterns of coordinated development in the brain during adolescence

Penn State researchers receive NIH grant to improve lives of people with peripheral arterial disease

Penn State researchers receive NIH grant to improve lives of people with peripheral arterial disease

Minimally invasive treatment can safely relieve pain in children with severe migraine

Minimally invasive treatment can safely relieve pain in children with severe migraine

Fraunhofer researchers develop method that enables focused ultrasound to treat liver tumors

Fraunhofer researchers develop method that enables focused ultrasound to treat liver tumors

Direct communication could increase rate of women returning for breast cancer screening with MRI

Direct communication could increase rate of women returning for breast cancer screening with MRI

Invasive ‘liberation therapy’ not effective in treating multiple sclerosis, study finds

Invasive ‘liberation therapy’ not effective in treating multiple sclerosis, study finds

Primary lung cancer tumor may go undiagnosed in some kidney cancer patients

Primary lung cancer tumor may go undiagnosed in some kidney cancer patients

Siemens Healthineers introduces new platform for computed tomography at ECR 2017

Siemens Healthineers introduces new platform for computed tomography at ECR 2017

Researchers discover groundbreaking process to rewarm large-scale preserved tissues

Researchers discover groundbreaking process to rewarm large-scale preserved tissues

Philips unveils advanced radiology solutions at 2017 ECR to enhance clinical decision-making process

Philips unveils advanced radiology solutions at 2017 ECR to enhance clinical decision-making process

Monoenergetic X-rays from miniature particle accelerator can reduce use of contrast agents

Monoenergetic X-rays from miniature particle accelerator can reduce use of contrast agents

TSRI study defines new protocol for MRI scanning in patients with implanted cardiac devices

TSRI study defines new protocol for MRI scanning in patients with implanted cardiac devices

ED patients with ultrasounds interpreted by nonradiologists underwent follow-up imaging, research finds

ED patients with ultrasounds interpreted by nonradiologists underwent follow-up imaging, research finds