“Are you on TikTok?,” that is what students ask each other. After all, Generation Z makes up a large chunk of the community, and amusing clips for entertainment in less than 60 seconds are fun. Hence, the self-declared mission of the content platform: “to inspire creativity and bring joy.”
The heart and lungs work as a team to keep us alive. In the second issue of Case of the Month, we focus on these two organs. The new radiology module “Cardio / Pulmo” is all about cardiac and pulmonary diseases.
On February 25th, the platform AuntMinnieEurope.com awarded the best radiological achievements of 2020. A community of over 31,000 members could suggest nominations in eight categories, ranging from “Most Influential Radiology Researcher” to “Best New Radiology Vendor”. A committee decided who would move on into the final. Then the news at the end of 2020: The BerlinCaseViewer, with its free module on COVID-19 pneumonia, first made it onto the shortlist for “Best New Radiology Software” and eventually reached the final.
Due to the current situation regarding the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) we are facing certain constraints in public life. Legislators took steps to protect people, and the measures introduced call for solidarity – at a distance. The aim of for instance curfews is to limit the number of people infected with COVID-19. Taking its natural course, […]
From January 17th to 18th Kay G. Hermann and Denis Poddubnyy headed to Houston, Texas, USA. At the annual meeting of the ASAS (Assessment of SpondyloArthritis – International Society) everything revolved around early diagnosis of and improved treatment strategies for axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), because grievous disease progressions with stiffenings and deformities are less common if diagnosed early. But what approaches do exist for sensitizing doctors in the area of diagnosing spondyloarthritis?
Impressions of the workshop “Modern Imaging of Rheumatic Diseases” as part of the symposium “New Horizons in Radiology”. This year’s topic was peripheral joint diseases. In addition to short lectures, ample time was allocated for working with cases presented on iPads. Tutors from Rheumaimaging.de were available to help the participants solve the cases.