Feature | December 20, 2016 | Dave Fornell

Most Popular Radiology Articles of 2016 on ITN

Here is a list of the most clicked on content from Imaging Technology News for 2016

MRI advances, innovations in MRI, most popular radiology stories

The Imaging Technology News (ITN) website had a record year with more than 1.04 million page views in 2016. Here are the most popular articles readers clicked on from 2016:

1. Technology Report: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

2. Recent Advances in MRI Technology

3. RSNA Technology Report 2015: Enterprise Imaging

4. Federal Requirements for Clinical Decision Support for Imaging

5. Imaging Zika Virus - Radiologic Assessment and Tracking in Prenatal Development

6. Analytics: The Next Big Health IT Undertaking

7. Artificial Intelligence May Hold Key to Radiology's Future

8. MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy

9. Technology Report: Computed Tomography (CT)

10. New Study Demonstrates Efficacy of Trophon EPR for Ultrasound Probe Disinfection

11. Most Innovative New Imaging Technology at RSNA 2015

12. FDA Breast Imaging Panel Discusses New Ways to Better Assess Mammography Quality

13. The Coming Push for DR

14. Philips Unveils First MRI Automated User Interface

15. MRIs During Pregnancy Are Safe, But Gadolinium Scans May Increase Risk to Fetus

16. Clinical Decision Support for Radiology

17. U.S. Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation Supporting Radiology Assistants

18. Canon to Acquire Toshiba Medical

19.  GE Announces First U.S. Install of General Purpose Digital SPECT/CT

20. Trends in Interventional Lab Imaging Systems

21. Will the FDA Be Too Much for Intelligent Machines?

22. Advances in Ultrasound

23. Toshiba May Sell its Healthcare Division as Part of its Financial Reforms

24. WEBINAR: Economics of Establishing a Proton Therapy Center

25. CMS Replacing Meaningful Use Program with Meaningful Outcomes

 

Top ITN Archive Content Created Prior to 2016:

1. Mammographic Breast Density — What It Means

2. An Introduction to Mobile C-Arm X-Ray Systems

3. Pros and Cons of Molecular Breast Imaging Tools

4. Breast MRI: All About Timing

5. PET vs. SPECT — Will PET Dominate Over the Next Decade?

6. Advancements in Ultrasound

7. New Trends and Technology in Radiology

8. Consumer-Grade vs. Medical-Grade Displays

9. Automated breast ultrasound (ABUS): The Future of Breast Screening

10. Benefits of Wide Bore MRI

11. Emerging Trends in Ultrasound Imaging

12. VMAT vs. Tomotherapy

13. ACR BI-RADS Breast Density Categories Change

14. CMS Issues Ruling on 2015 Mammography Screening Reimbursement Rates

15. Advances in CT Systems

16. Ins and Outs of Cloud-Based PACS

17. Best Practices in Radiology Workflow

18. GE Signa Pioneer’s MAGiC Software Allows Six MRI Protocol Scans at Once

19. Advances in Ultrasound: Prescribing a Clearer Future

20. An Introduction to Current Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning Systems

21. Critical Issues Facing Radiology

22. The Eclectic History of Medical Imaging

23. Spectral Imaging Brings New Light to CT

24. Breast Density: Are You Informed?

25. Advancements in Radiation Therapy

 

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