Even before most people were educated about what Covid-19 was, scientists began the important work of finding a cure. With unprecedented focus and resources to back these efforts, several effective vaccines were produced in less than a year. Anyone with … Read More
PCL…Public Limited Company? Printer Control Language? Python Coding Layer? MCL and LCL? These are Roman numerals…right? If—like me–you’re not in the field of orthopedics, you might wonder what these abbreviations stand for. I was familiar with the letters ACL in … Read More
To effectively train radiologists and the artificial intelligence algorithms that assist them in detecting and diagnosing specific pathologies, a large data set is needed. Typically, training sets of data must be obtained from several sources, usually various hospitals. But how … Read More
“I never even saw it coming.” People use this phrase figuratively, but in John’s case, it was literally true. He was sitting in his truck, stopped at a light, when the driver of the blue minivan slammed into the back … Read More
28.5 million people are uninsured in the US. Can Radiology AI play a role in reducing the costs of MRI scans?
Outpatient MRI in the US – The Case of Insured vs. Uninsured U.S. census data shows that in 2017, 8.8 percent of people did not have health insurance at any point during the year. This may seem like a small … Read More
According to Mayo clinic urologist Dr. Landon Trost, “If you’re a man…[and] you live long enough, you’re most likely to end up with prostate cancer at some point.” Improved Detection As with many other cancers, prostate cancer screening and diagnosis … Read More
Italy has been experiencing a COVID19 pandemic emergency since February. Despite being a small province (about 300,000 inhabitants), Piacenza was one of the epicenters of the epidemic in Italy; Codogno, where the first Italian COVID-19 diagnosed patient lives, is just … Read More