In today's RSNA summary, we look at presentations focused on MRI's effectiveness in detecting adverse reactions, over use of peripheral arterial disease, using Ferumoxytol in MR imaging of children, mammography priors' effect on recall rates, and the link between heart and brain disease. MRI Effective in

[caption id="attachment_3018" align="alignleft" width="100"] Sean P. Reilly, Publisher, Imaging Technology News and Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology[/caption] What started with a chug and a whisper is growing in both momentum and volume. Can you hear that whistle blowing? For years, mammography has been the breast cancer screening standard

[caption id="attachment_5164" align="alignleft" width="288"] Alexander Towbin, MD, Neil D. Johnson Chair of Radiology Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital (left), and Catherine Leopard, Child Life Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital (right)[/caption] Patient comfort has always been an important component of the medical imaging process. However, when imaging pediatric patients,