Artificial intelligence system can help prevent anemia in patients undergoing hemodialysis

Anemia, a condition characterized by the lack of healthy red blood cells in the body, is common in patients with chronic kidney disease who need to undergo routine hemodialysis (a process that helps to ‘clean’ the blood when the kidneys don’t function well). Thus, red blood cell-stimulating agents (called ‘erythropoiesis-stimulating agents’ or ESAs) and iron […]

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Contrast-enhanced mammography for breast cancer in women with augmented breasts

According to ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM) showed concordance with MRI in women with newly diagnosed breast cancer and breast augmentation. Noting that CEM has not been investigated in women with breast augmentation, Molly Carnahan and her Mayo Clinic team in Phoenix, AZ, concluded, “the findings suggest a possible role of […]

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