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Artificial intelligence in breast imaging: chances, challenges, and concerns

 1.3.2023

The expert panel with Prof. Dr. Sylvia Heywang-Köbrunner, Dr. Solveig Hofvind and Dr. Ritse Mann shed light on the role of Artificial Intelligence in the clinical routine of breast cancer screening and diagnostics. They discuss the chances, challenges, and concerns that put the use of AI in mammography and tomosynthesis to the test. (ECR, March, 2023)

The latest on contrast media examinations in breast imaging - Interview
 1.3.2023

Dr. Ritse Mann, Dr. Panagiotis Kapetas, Dr. Paola Clauser and Prof. Dr. Isabelle Thomassin-Naggara address current clinical and scientific results of contrast media-based imaging in breast diagnostics in the fields of ultrasound, mammography, and magnetic resonance imaging. (ECR, March, 2023)

The latest on contrast media examinations in breast imaging - Interview

 1.3.2023

Dr. Ritse Mann gives an answer on the current European recommendations for contrast media examinations and the associated political issues. (ECR, March, 2023)

Artificial intelligence in breast imaging: chances, challenges, and concerns - Interview
 1.3.2023

Dr. Ritse Mann summarizes the chances, challenges and concerns related to Artificial Intelligence in breast imaging, screening and diagnostics. (ECR, March, 2023)

Artificial intelligence in mammography 

 28.11.2022

Prof. Dr. Rachel Brem (George Washington University, Washington, USA) and Dr. Brian S. Englander (Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, USA) talk about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on cancer detection and compare AI to radiologists’ interpretations of 2D and 3D mammograms. (RSNA, Nov. 2022)

The migration to wide-angle breast tomosynthesis  

 28.11.2022

Dr. Brandie Fagin (Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA) guides through cases to become familiar with the value of 50° wide-angle breast tomosynthesis images and the ease-of-use of the reading solutions on MAMMOVISTA B.smart. (RSNA, Nov. 2022)

siemens healthineers How did the pandemic harm breast screening programs and what should a return strategy look like?
How did the pandemic harm breast screening programs and what should a return strategy look like?
 29.8.2022
In this keynote talk Prof. Dr. Federica Pediconi (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) reviews the literature regarding the effect of the pandemic on screening programs and breast cancer mortality. She analyzes how the pandemic has modified the approach to patient care, current restart strategies, and possible directions for the future. (ECR, July 2022)
siemens healthineers The patient in the center: The way forward for women with dense breasts
The patient in the center: The way forward for women with dense breasts
 29.8.2022
The interlinked clinical twins Prof. Dr. Pascal Baltzer and Dr. Panagiotis Kapetas (Medical University of Vienna, Austria) assess different approaches on how to improve screening programs for women with dense breasts. They discuss the topic from a mammography/tomosynthesis plus ultrasound and abbreviated breast MRI perspective. (ECR, July 2022)
Defining the future role of MRI and CEM in breast radiology
Defining the future role of MRI and CEM in breast radiology
 29.8.2022
In this twin talk Dr. Paola Clauser (Medical University of Vienna, Austria) reviews the current evidence on the acquisition and clinical applications of CEM. Dr. Pietro Panizza (San Raffaele Scientific Hospital of Milan, Italy) focuses on the most recent studies regarding indications of CE-MRI examinations of the breast. Together they discuss future perspectives on the use of CEM and CE-MRI in clinical practice. (ECR, July 2022)
siemens healthineers How is image interpretation behaviour changing with 3D and AI
How is image interpretation behaviour changing with 3D and AI
 29.8.2022
Two scientists from the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, assess the use of artificial intelligence and 3D imaging methods in terms of their impact on breast screening and diagnostics. Dr. Ritse Mann does so from a radiologist’s perspective, and Prof. Dr. Nico Karssemeijer from a medical physicist's perspective. (ECR, July 2022)
siemens healthineers Which breast imaging technologies challenge digital mammography in breast screening?
Which breast imaging technologies challenge digital mammography in breast screening?
 29.8.2022

Digital mammography is currently the gold standard when it comes to breast cancer screening. However, various factors and the need for personalized screening based on various risk factors have called this “standard” into question recently. In this discussion, leading breast imaging experts discuss technologies that could pose an alternative to mammography in certain screening settings. (ECR, July 2022)

siemens healthineers Radiomics for automated cancer diagnosis: The truce between machine learning and deep learning 
Radiomics for automated cancer diagnosis: The truce between machine learning and deep learning
 29.8.2022
AI in breast care – hype or hope? In this science slam Marco Caballo, postdoctoral researcher at Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, The Netherlands, explains the differences of machine and deep learning and how they could "play" together in an entertaining way. (ECR, July 2022)

Increasing diagnostic accuracy with next-gen AI

 16.7.2022
Dr. Hamm is a radiology specialist at the Radiologische Gemeinschaftspraxis in Chemnitz, a mammography screening center for the district of Central Saxony. In the video, he talks about the challenges in breast screening and possible future improvements in screening and diagnostics with the support of artificial intelligence. Additionally, he presents the results of his recently conducted study that shows the potential of Artificial Intelligence to reduce the recall rate and consensus meeting workload in breast cancer screening with digital mammography.
A 360° approach in Breast Health with MAMMOMAT Revelation
A 360° approach in Breast Health with MAMMOMAT Revelation
 27.6.2022
Dr. Hamm is a radiology specialist at the Radiologische Gemeinschaftspraxis in Chemnitz. His practice functions as a mammography screening center for the district of Central Saxony. His practice uses a 360° approach in Breast Health. Watch the video and learn more about their one-stop examinations.

Tomorrow’s Technology Today: The Migration to Wide-Angle Breast Tomosynthesis

 1.11.2021

Interviews with the lead breast radiologist Dr. Anthony Antonoplos and the manager Jacqui Appel of Mary Jo Cropper Center for Breast Imaging: A case study of a breast imaging center in Cincinnati, OH who made the transition easy when it adopted Wide-Angle Breast Tomosynthesis technology. (Clinical Focus Talks, Nov. 2021)