Dec 21, 2021
ECMO is an important, last resort to save many of our patients with cardiopulmonary failure and we are seeing it used in our sickest COVID patients. Do you know how it works? Imaging plays a vital role in assessing the complications of ECMO, but the hemodynamic alterations and artifacts make CTA tricky. Dr. Ross...
Dec 7, 2021
This week on the Radiographics podcast, Informatics editors Drs. Juluru and Wang summarize recent papers on Natural language processing and Deep Learning.
Bag-of-Words Technique in Natural Language Processing: A Primer for Radiologists. Juluru et al. RadioGraphics 2021; 41:1420–1426.
Nov 23, 2021
In this podcast, Ross Frederick describes a promising new interventional radiology treatment for an extremely common source of morbidity around the world: knee osteoarthritis. And Wende Gibbs summarizes a multisystem paper describing the ever growing number of treatment related complications we might encounter in our...
Nov 9, 2021
Amyloid—the devious protein that when misfolded can cause serious incurable disease in nearly every body system. Wende Gibbs discusses a new article about amyloidosis, and Ross Frederick summarizes a new Rad-Path article on pituitary gland tumors in this week's RadioGraphics podcast.
Oct 26, 2021
Acute, life-threatening GI bleeding- a frightening thing to find on call! So many causes- do you know what they all look like? Ross Frederick summarizes a valuable new atlas from the new Radiographics body imaging monograph. And from the Sept/Oct issue, Wende Gibbs summarizes updates in breast cancer lymph node...