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Watch VIDEO PART I: Using 3-D Doppler Imaging and Other Advancements in Diagnostic Radiology

Dr. Bard is internationally known and recognized as a leader in his field. He specializes in advanced 3-D Doppler imaging to detect cancers in numerous organs, including the breast, prostate, and other areas. His images are used to accurately guide biopsies, target therapy and provide focused follow-up after treatment. He is committed to improving non-invasive cancer testing and developing minimally invasive image guided technologies to prevent cancer spread.

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In the spring of 2020, the Ellis Island Honor Society officially recognized Dr. Bard for his life’s work in clinical and research contributions in diagnostic imaging detection of cancers, which he received in person during a May 2022 ceremony, the prestigious 35th Annual Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Dr. Bard is also an Editorial Advisory Board Member for Imaging Technology News.

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This summer, the Philips Radiology Experience Tour has been bringing Philips imaging modalities directly to the professionals that use them.

This tour offers physicians, technologists and administrators a unique opportunity to see equipment demonstrations and virtual simulations up close and in person!

Imaging Technology News spoke with Flavia Parisi and Tammie Rupnik to learn more about the Philips Radiology Experience Tour and how Philips continues to drive innovation.

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Artificial Intelligence | July 22, 2021

This is an overview of trends and technologies in radiology artificial intelligence (AI) applications in 2021. Views were shared by 11 radiologists using AI and industry leaders, which include:

• Randy Hicks, M.D., MBA, radiologist and CEO of Reginal Medical Imaging (RMI), and an iCAD Profound AI user.

• Prof. Dr. Thomas Frauenfelder, University of Zurich, Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, and Riverain AI user. 

• Amy Patel, M.D., medical director of Liberty Hospital Women’s Imaging, assistant professor of radiology at UMKC, and user of Kios AI for breast ultrasound. 

• Sham Sokka, Ph.D., vice president and head of innovation, precision diagnosis, Philips Healthcare.

• Ivo Dreisser, Siemens Healthineers, global marketing manager for the AI Rad Companion.

• Bill Lacey, vice president of medical informatics, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA.

• Karley Yoder, vice president and general manager, artificial intelligence, GE Healthcare.

• Georges Espada, head of Agfa Healthcare digital and computed radiography business unit.

• Pooja Rao, head of research and development and co-founder of Qure.ai.

• Jill Hamman, world-wide marketing manager at Carestream Health.

• Sebastian Nickel, Siemens Healthineers, global product manager for the AI Pathway Companion. 

There has been a change in attitudes about AI on the expo floor at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) over the last two years. AI conversations were originally 101 level and discussed how AI technology could be trained to sort photos of dogs and cats. However, in 2020, with numerous FDA approvals for various AI applications, the conversations at RSNA, and industry wide, have shifted to that of accepting the validity of AI. Radiologists now want to discuss how a specific AI algorithm is going to help them save time, make more accurate diagnoses and make them more efficient.

With a higher level of maturity in AI and the technology seeing wider adoption, radiologists using it say AI gives them additional confidence in their diagnoses, and can even help readers who may not be deep experts in the exam type they are being asked to read. 

With a myriad of new AI apps gaining regulatory approval from scores of imaging vendors, the biggest challenge for getting this technology into hospitals is an easy to integrate format. This has led to several vendors creating AI app stores. These allow AI apps to integrate easily into radiology workflows because the apps are already integrated as third-party software into a larger radiology vendors' IT platform.  

There are now hundreds of AI applications that do a wide variety of analysis, from data analytics, image reconstruction, disease and anatomy identification, automating measurements and advanced visualization. The AI applications can be divided into 2 basic types — AI to improve workflow, and AI for clinical decision support, such as diagnostic aids.

On the workflow side, several vendors are leveraging AI to pull together all of a patients' information, prior exams and reports in one location and to digest the information so it is easier for the radiologist to consume. Often the AI pulls only data and priors that relate to a specific question being asked, based on the imaging protocol used for the exam. One example of this is the Siemens Healthineers AI Clinical Pathway and Siemens AI integrations with PACS to automate measurements and advanced visualization.

AI is also helping simplify complex tasks and help reduce the reading time on involved exams. One example of this is in 3-D breast tomosythesis with hundreds of images, which is rapidly replacing 2-D mammography, which only produces 4 images. Another example is automated image reconstruction algorithms to significantly reduce manual work. AI also is now being integrated directly into several vendors' imaging systems to speed workflow and improve image quality.

Vendors say AI is here to stay. They explain the future of AI will be automation to help improve image quality, simplify manual processes, improved diagnostic quality, new ways to analyze data, and workflow aids that operate in the background as part of a growing number of software solutions. 

Several vendors at RSNA 2020 noted that AI's biggest impact in the coming years will be its ability to augment and speed the workflow for the small number of radiologists compared to the quickly growing elder patient populations worldwide. There also are applications in rural and developing countries were there are very low numbers of physicians or specialists.

 

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Watch VIDEO PART I: Using 3-D Doppler Imaging and Other Advancements in Diagnostic Radiology

Dr. Bard is internationally known and recognized as a leader in his field. He specializes in advanced 3-D Doppler imaging to detect cancers in numerous organs, including the breast, prostate, and other areas. His images are used to accurately guide biopsies, target therapy and provide focused follow-up after treatment. He is committed to improving non-invasive cancer testing and developing minimally invasive image guided technologies to prevent cancer spread.

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Dr. Bard is internationally known and recognized as a leader in his field. He specializes in advanced 3-D Doppler imaging to detect cancers in numerous organs, including the breast, prostate, and other areas. His images are used to accurately guide biopsies, target therapy and provide focused follow-up after treatment. He is committed to improving non-invasive cancer testing and developing minimally invasive image guided technologies to prevent cancer spread.

In the spring of 2020, the Ellis Island Honor Society officially recognized Dr. Bard for his life’s work in clinical and research contributions in diagnostic imaging detection of cancers, which he received in person during a May 2022 ceremony, the prestigious 35th Annual Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Dr. Bard is also an Editorial Advisory Board Member for Imaging Technology News.

 

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Tune in to ITN’s latest “One on One” video series with Michael Butkus, PhD, for insights into proton therapy advancements. Butkus is the co-medical director and head of proton physics at the Dwoskin Proton Center at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the University of Miami/UHealth Medical System. A board member of the National Association of Proton Therapy (NAPT), Butkus spoke with ITN’s managing editor to discuss how physicists, physicians and vendors are collaborating to expand availability of proton therapy and improve the health of patients being treated. 

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Breast Imaging | May 08, 2023

In addition to women with dense breasts, there are also other women for whom mammographic screening is not really enough, which is why research needs to continue in this field. Dr. Wendie Berg, a leading breast cancer specialist, talks with ITN about new research and advancements in breast imaging technology.

Dr. Berg, MD, PhD, FACR, FSBI, is Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, specializing in breast imaging. She is also the Chief Scientific Advisor to DenseBreast-info.org. A renowned expert, she writes and co-edits one of the leading textbooks on the topic, Diagnostic Imaging: Breast, currently in its third edition, and has co-authored over 120 peer-reviewed research publications.

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Breast Density | April 14, 2023

It has long been said that a national reporting standard is needed in order to ensure all American women receive at least the same basic information regarding breast density, and a spotlight put on the importance of routine breast imaging. Dr. Wendie Berg, a leading breast cancer specialist, shares with ITN what is being done in the fight against breast cancer and the importance of this standardization in reporting for women.

Dr. Berg, MD, PhD, FACR, FSBI, is Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, specializing in breast imaging. She is also the Chief Scientific Advisor to DenseBreast-info.org. A renowned expert, she writes and co-edits one of the leading textbooks on the topic, Diagnostic Imaging: Breast, currently in its third edition, and has co-authored over 120 peer-reviewed research publications.

 

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