'Radiology' Centennial Content Wraps With A Look To The Future
Radiologists provide unique commentary on the advancements in medical imaging that will offer personalized patient care
To wrap-up the celebration of its centennial year, Radiology is featuring special centennial editorials noting the future directions in radiology.
Umar Mahmood, MD, PhD, wrote, "Molecular Imaging, oncology, and the Arc towards our Precision Future." This editorial reflects on the field of molecular imaging and the opportunities to help oncology patients.
Dr. Mahmood is chair of the RSNA Board of Directors and chief of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, director of the Center for Precision Imaging, and associate chair for imaging sciences in the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Adam E. Flanders, MD, and J. Raymond Geis, MD, wrote, "NextGen Neuroradiology AI." This editorial addresses the use of AI as a tool to affect clinical decision-making and workflow for overall patient care, radiology departments, and neuroradiologists.
Dr. Flanders is RSNA Board of Directors liaison for information technology and professor of radiology and rehabilitation medicine and vice chairman of imaging informatics at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. Dr. Geis is adjunct associate professor of radiology at National Jewish Health, and clinical assistant professor of radiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora.
Read these editorials online at RSNA.org/Radiology and use the Collections pull-down menu to access Centennial Content.
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