Feature | December 23, 2020 | Dave Fornell, Editor

Top 25 Videos For Radiology and Radiation Oncology on ITN in 2020

The highest performing videos from the past year based on website analytics

The top two videos on ITN for the year both involved medical imaging of COVID using point of care ultrasound (POCUS) and mass movement to teleradiology to enable remote working for radiologists and virtual collaboration with referring physicians. The image on the left is Butterfly's POCUS system that turns a smart phone into an ultrasound machine and the image is of COVID B-lines in the lung. The image on the right is a CT scan of COVID pneumonia. #COVID19

The top two videos on ITN for the year both involved medical imaging of COVID using point of care ultrasound (POCUS) and mass movement to teleradiology to enable remote working for radiologists and virtual collaboration with referring physicians. The image on the left is Butterfly's POCUS system that turns a smart phone into an ultrasound machine and the image is of COVID B-lines in the lung. The image on the right is a CT scan of COVID pneumonia. 

Here are the top 25 best performing videos on the Imaging Technology News website (ITN) from the past year, based on Google Analytics. This included about 100,000 pageviews for videos in 2020:

1. VIDEO: Imaging COVID-19 With Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS)

2. VIDEO: Use of Teleradiology During the COVID-19 Pandemic — Interview with John Kim, M.D.

3. VIDEO: Editors Choice of the Most Innovative New Radiology Technology at RSNA 2019

4. VIDEO: Advances in Pancreatic CT and MR Imaging

5. VIDEO: Radiology Industry Responding to COVID-19

6. VIDEO: Varian Showcases Latest Developments at ASTRO 2019 

7. VIDEO: How GE Healthcare Orchestrates Artificial Intelligence

8. VIDEO: Use of Telemedicine in Medical Imaging During COVID-19

9. VIDEO: How China Leveraged Health IT to Combat COVID-19 — Interview with Jilan Liu, M.D.

10. VIDEO: Integrating Artificial Intelligence Into Radiologists Workflow

11. VIDEO: Use of Artificial Intelligence in Nuclear Imaging — Interview with Ernest Garcia, Ph.D.

12. VIDEO: Holographic CT Imaging Displayed at RSNA 2019

13. VIDEO: FDA Cleared Artificial Intelligence for Immediate Results of Head CT Scans — Interview with Pooja Rao, Ph.D.

14. VIDEO: COVID-19 Precautions for Cardiac Imaging — Interview with Stephen Bloom, M.D.

15. VIDEO: Use of Breast MRI Screening in Women With Dense Breasts — Interview with Christiane Kuhl, M.D.

16. VIDEO: How Philips Healthcare is Making Enterprise Imaging Happen

17. VIDEO: Hitachi’s New CT Ships

18. VIDEO: Photon Counting Detectors Will be the Next Major Advance in CT — interview with Todd Villines, M.D.

19. VIDEO: CT and POCUS Emerge As Frontline Imaging Modalities in COVID-19 Era — Geoffrey Rose, M.D.

20. VIDEO: Explaining Dense Breasts — Interview with Christiane Kuhl, M.D.

21. VIDEO: Real-world Use of AI to Detect Hemorrhagic Stroke — Ajay Choudhri, M.D.

22. VIDEO: Radiation From Medical Imaging in U.S. Dropped Over Past Decade — Interview with Mahadevappa Mahesh, Ph.D.

23. VIDEO: AI Features on the GE Voluson Swift Ultrasound System

24. VIDEO: Best Practices for Nuclear Cardiology During the COVID-19 Pandemic — Interview with Hicham Skali, M.D.

25. VIDEO: COVID-19 Pneumonia Chest CT Scan Scroll Through

 

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