Recent evidence supports the belief that coronary CT angiography (coronary CTA) is as good as or better than the current clinical standard practice performed to exclude coronary disease in the emergency room.

New research confirms the effectiveness of medical imaging for breast cancer, when combined with annual screening mammograms for women at elevated- risk for the disease.

UCSF neuroradiologists have pioneered the use of MRI to better evaluate not only physical appearance, but functional and biological characteristics of a variety of brain tumors.

A recent study assesses the benefits and harms of screening mammography - the authors’ definitions of ‘benefit’ and ‘harm’. However, the authors fail to refute two critical points.

The FDA recently approved Amyvid for use in amyloid imaging in patients being evaluated for Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of cognitive decline. Learn how amyloid imaging works.

A recent study reported on a new technique that may be able to predict the physical path of Alzheimer’s disease and other degenerative brain diseases.