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Minimally Invasive Treatment Could Allow More Women to Conceive Without Fertility Treatments: Society for Interventional Radiology

A simple diagnostic procedure, followed by an interventional radiology treatment known as fallopian tube recanalization, could allow a high percentage of women struggling with infertility from blocked fallopian tubes to conceive with less involved or, in some cases, no further invasive fertility procedures. Read on.

RSNA MIDRC Data Contribution Hits 30,000

RSNA MIDRC Data is an open-access platform that publishes data to be used for research.

Interventional Radiologists Match Neurointerventional Specialists in Stroke Treatment Outcomes

The findings, published in the June issue of the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, confirm that appropriately trained interventional radiologists safely and effectively deliver endovascular thrombectomy (EVT), which is standard of care for large vessel acute ischemic stroke.

MRI Finds Lung Abnormalities in Non-Hospitalized Long COVID Patients

A special type of MRI found lung abnormalities in patients who had previously had COVID-19, even those who had not been hospitalized with the illness, according to a new study published in the journal Radiology.

Dr Robert Zeman Receives Thorwarth Award for Radiology Leadership

Dr Robert Zeman is receiving the award for 17 years of dedicated service in various capacities on the ACR Commission on Economics, including Chair of the Contractor Advisory Committee Network.

Sidewall Brain Aneurysm Novel Effective Treatment

Sidewall Brain Aneurysm: A novel mesh plug that has been traditionally used to treat brain aneurysms occurring where the blood vessels branch out was found to be equally effective in treating aneurysms on the side of the vessel, according to a study in the journal Radiology.

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