Quantitative background parenchymal enhancement at MRI is associated with increased odds of breast cancer for both pre- and postmenopausal women (Watt et al). See editorial by Bokacheva | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Four-dimensional flow MRI revealed increased flow in the left portal vein following PVE and correlated with future liver remnant volume increase (Hyodo et al). See editorial by Roldán-Alzate and Oechtering | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
DL reconstruction for low-resolution T2-weighted sequences reduced acquisition times and improved image quality compared with standard acquisitions while achieving excellent PI-RADS score agreement with conventional images (Bischoff et al). See editorial by Turkbey | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Four commercial chest radiograph AI tools detected airspace disease, pneumothorax, and pleural effusion with moderate to high sensitivity, but had more false-positive findings than radiology reports (Lind Plesner et al). See editorial by Yanagawa and Tomiyama | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Cinematic rendering of the heart as a postero-anterior view image and in a movie loop from the anterior to posterior surface shows the left atrium divided into two chambers (Tham and Puppala).
Our August cover shows photon-counting detector CT scans of the first digit of left foot depicting periarticular mineralization associated erosive change, bone edema in the phalanges of the interphalangeal joint, and monosodium urate crystal deposits.