Highlights from RSNA Annual Meeting 2019
Artificial intelligence was a huge topic of discussion at Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019. We’ve highlighted some of the most noteworthy announcements that occurred during the tradeshow.
- Hologic introduces a tomosynthesis reading tool that uses AI to reduce image volume and saves image interpretation time.
- A 512-Slice CT Scanner is showcased by Neusoft. This CT scanner, called the NeuVis Epoch, uses AI to identify anatomy for precision CT scanning.
- Philips launches its AI powered imaging informatics solution which delivers a comprehensive platform that optimizes workflow.
However, several companies put their new technology in the limelight and showcased systems that ease workflow by introducing either larger or more portable systems.
- United Imaging debuts the world’s first 75cm bore MRI machine. The table included with the system supports a weight capacity of 680 pounds.
- Both Siemens and Samsung introduced a CT Scanner that can be used at bedside, making transferring patients from the ICU to the radiology department a thing of the past.
- Hyperfine exhibited a portable .064T MRI machine during the show. The MRI system uniquely does not require shielding and focuses on diagnosing patients too fragile to move.
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