ECR 2020 - European Congress of Radiology
European Congress of Radiology

ECR 2019
ECR 2020 - European Congress of Radiology
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European Society of Radiology Congress 2020
Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, Austria
March 11 - 15, 2020

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Highlights from the 2019 ECR

Future of Therapy

ARTIS icono. An icon of innovation.

Minimally invasive treatments have already seen a decade of great progress, but they still hold vast potential for growth and innovation.

The ARTIS icono family is designed to help you realize that potential by enabling you to offer any procedure mix in a single interventional suite. Its state-of-the-art technology will keep you at the top of your game for years to come. This is what we mean by an icon of innovation.


Transforming care delivery in image guided therapy with ARTIS icono

During a stroke millions of neurons die every minute. Fast imaging and reliable treatment decisions are vital. Here’s how the ARTIS icono1 could help.

Digitalizing Healthcare

Digital future of radiology

True digital transformation begins when we can pull together the enormous amount of information now available to healthcare systems which are often too fragmented to act upon decisively.
One of the main enablers of digitalization certainly is Artificial intelligence (AI), and we are in the forefront of the AI arena: 

  • Long-term experience in AI with over 500 patents in machine learning and over 100 in deep learning
  • Powerful supercomputing framework with 400 AI experiments/day in co-creation with our network of 4,400 clinical collaborations

How will AI change image interpretation?

Transforming clinical inputs into interpretation ready data is one way how artificial intelligence could support radiologists. For example the AI-Rad Companion chest CT can augment certain tasks by pre-analyze medical images for abnormalities and characterizing relevant anatomies.

More information about AI-Rad Companion

Patient centric diagnosis and treatment decisions along a clinical pathway

AI pathway companion can help the physician or multidisciplinary team to make data driven, objective diagnosis and optimal treatment decision for each patient along the clinical pathway by providing an integrated view of the patient.

More information about AI-Pathway Companion

Remote scanning assistance with syngo Virtual Cockpit

How can digitalization expand the boundaries of person-related expertise in radiology? Less common radiological exams often require expert knowledge. Staff bottlenecks and the lack of expertise are serious challenges in radiology today. With the syngo Virtual Cockpit, expert technologists can assist less experienced staff remotely.

Automated precise patient positioning with FAST 3D Camera

Did you know that to 95% patients might be positioned wrong during a CT scan? AI can help reduce this number. Inaccurately positioned CT scans can lead to increased dose which can affect image quality and potentially lead to rescans that cannot be reimbursed.

Lifenet – from single device to cross institutional fleet management

Reliably running systems are crucial for every medical institution. Online portals can help manage maintenance activities so your equipment runs more efficiently and cost-effectively, reduce operational interruptions and improve scheduling.

Can digitalization help improve workflows in radiology?

Yes! Cloud-based networks can help turn your performance data into actionable insights

Strategies to optimize Digital Breast Tomosynthesis for clinical implementation

The advantage of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) over digital mammography for breast cancer screening has been discussed in several population-based screening trials. We spoke with Prof. Ioannis Secholpoulos from the Radboud University about different strategies to optimize the potential of DBT screening.

The future of breast cancer screening: Digital breast tomosynthesis

The Lund University in Malmö, Sweden was one of the first to carry out a large population-based study on a potential change in breast screening with the use of digital tomosynthesis. Prof. Sophia Zackrisson shares some of her findings.

Events & Education

Events & Education

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