Entries by Scott Stoll


Ikonopedia “Insight” Makes Data Work

Ikonopedia “Insight” is a colorful, interactive data visualization tool that provides valuable insight into your patient data Ikonopedia “Insight” helps breast imaging facilities utilize data to provide better care and improve practice efficiency. “Insight” uses customers’ patient intake information, imaging data and clinical risk assessments to provide end-to-end visualization of patient care, from screening to […]


Local Reactions, Systemic Reactions, Adverse Events, and Serious Adverse Events: Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

This article is a reprint from: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention   Local Reactions Local reactions were reported by the majority of vaccine recipients and at higher rates than placebo recipients. Vaccine recipients reported higher rates of local reactions after dose 2 than dose 1. The frequency of local reactions was higher in the […]

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Ikonopedia Releases Enhanced Breast MRI Reporting Module

Reduces the Complexity of Reporting for Screening and Diagnostic MRI Exams to Deliver Time-Saving and Patient Safety Benefits RICHARDSON, Texas, November 12, 2020 – Ikonopedia announced today the release of its newly updated next-generation breast MRI reporting module.  The intuitive new interface is designed to reduce the complexity of reporting for screening and diagnostic MRI […]

Language can be barrier to breast screening

By Rebekah Moan, AuntMinnie.com contributing writer October 3, 2020 — Women who only speak Spanish have a 27% less likelihood of getting a screening mammogram than English speakers, according to a study presented at the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Congress 2020. And Spanish speakers aren’t the only ones — by and large, women who speak […]


Women’s Imaging Sponsored by Mammotome Radiologists, AI make a great team in screening mammo

By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie staff writer August 27, 2020 –– The combination of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based computer-aided detection (CAD) algorithm with radiologist interpretation can detect more cases of breast cancer on screening mammograms than double reading by radiologists, according to research published online August 27 in JAMA: Oncology. Click here to read the complete article at […]

Can AI lower radiologists’ mammography workload?

By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnieEurope staff writer August 10, 2020 — Artificial intelligence (AI)-based software can reliably categorize a significant percentage of negative screening mammograms as normal, potentially decreasing mammography reading workload for radiologists by more than half, according to two presentations made at the recent ECR 2020 virtual meeting. In separate studies that simulated outcomes from […]