News & articles

Keep up to date with advancements in medical imaging, learn more about the team at I-MED, and how radiology is improving the health outcomes for patients every day.

News & articles

Keep up to date with advancements in medical imaging, learn more about the team at I-MED, and how radiology is improving the health outcomes for patients every day.

Nurse with gloved hands holding patient's hand
November 9, 2021

COVID-19 information for patients

November 17, 2021

How healthy is your heart?

November 15, 2021

Imaging of Lung cancer: symptoms and risk factors to guide medical imaging

Doctor comforting elderly man
October 25, 2021

Helping your doctor find the answer

October 20, 2021

Understanding your osteoporosis risk

When is breast imaging required, and what is the difference between screening vs diagnostic mammography?

July 22, 2021

I-MED Radiology implements world-first artificial intelligence solution – Annalise CXR

A technician talking to a patient laying on a CT machine bed
June 11, 2021

Heart Foundation gives calcium score the tick of approval

MRI images of the brain
March 12, 2021

Miraculous images of the human brain are helping to diagnose disease

Mother and daughter
October 23, 2020

We’re supporting breast cancer research during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

People on bus wearing face masks
August 24, 2020

Protecting yourself and others – the mask works both ways

There has been a lot of confusion since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold about the efficacy of wearing face masks in public. In the early days of the pandemic, there was reluctance to mandate the wearing of face masks because there simply weren’t enough to go around. But now that supply chains are more secure, and most hospitals and health care facilities are properly stocked with PPE, there seems to be no reason not to “mask up”. We asked Dr Ron Shnier, our Chief Medical Officer, to clarify the latest thinking on the mask issue.
Doctor with patients
April 20, 2020

Don’t neglect your ongoing general health, says CMO

Elderly person using walker
April 9, 2020

Feeling vulnerable? We’re here to help

Yesterday, Australia’s Chief Medical Officer issued an important message to patients: not to neglect your ongoing general medical health. That means don’t put off going to the doctor, or perhaps using the new Telehealth option, if you have illness or injury that needs attention. 
Overweight man being measured
August 14, 2020

“How are ya, mate?” Aussie men’s health issues under the spotlight.

Dr Shnier photo montage
May 3, 2019

An interview with our CMO

The last few months have been extra-busy for our Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ron Shnier, as he helps I-MED Radiology navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked Dr Shnier to help us understand a bit more what the challenges are for practitioners and patients needing diagnostic imaging during the pandemic.
I-MED, Harrison.Ai and Annalise.Ai logos
December 10, 2019

Annalise.ai: a new frontier in medical imaging

Patient smiling at doctor
October 28, 2019

Breast imaging - Dr Lisa Sorger answers your questions

With years of experience as a radiologist with specialist training in breast imaging, Dr Lisa Sorger has guided innumerable women through their breast imaging procedures. She answers the common questions women often have about diagnostic testing for breast cancer.
Woman having mammogram with screen in foreground
May 1, 2020

New procedure gives greater precision to breast cancer scans

Ankle CT image scan
October 28, 2019

Victoria House leads the way with dynamic 4D CT imaging

One of the challenges doctors and physiotherapists face when treating musculoskeletal injury is pinpointing which particular structures are causing the patient pain. At I-MED Radiology’s Victoria House, a dynamic new technique known as four-dimensional computed tomography (4D CT) is leading the way in giving doctors the answers they need.
Grandmother with a mother and her child
August 11, 2020

How medical imaging improves the health of women every day

Every day across Australia, women are visiting an I-MED Radiology clinic and undergoing a medical imaging examination to either exclude or diagnose female-specific disorders. From young girls with potential gynecological problems, to excited expectant mothers, to women having examinations to assess for the presence of breast cancer – there are many specific tests to investigate women’s health, which can lead to better and improved patient outcomes.
People standing in front of machine
May 13, 2019

Imaging technology uncovers secrets from the past

Recently I-MED Radiology’s Darwin team received an unusual request from archaeological enthusiasts the Time Team - an organisation with a keen interest in the archaeology of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.
Woman holding large ribbon
October 28, 2019

3D mammography: a new frontier for Canberra breast cancer detection

Beatrice Smith from Canberra’s online ‘Her Magazine’ recently interviewed I-MED Radiologist Dr Neha Singh about the latest techniques in 3D mammography.
Doctor in front of films
October 23, 2020

Going "filmless" - it's good for the environment

Since the discovery of radiology, X-ray film has been an ever-present sight in doctors’ surgeries, radiologists’ offices and hospital operating theatres. However the digital revolution has changed all that. More and more doctors and patients are choosing to go “filmless”, opting instead to receive their reports and images electronically.
Tennis player hitting tennis ball
January 11, 2019

Ultrasound at the Open

Australian Open Tennis Championship players this year will not have to go far for cutting-edge medical imaging and diagnoses.
Kathleen Biniakos beside sign
August 5, 2019

Sonographer with a passion for patients

When Kathleen Bimiakos embarked on a degree in Nuclear Medicine at the University of Sydney, little did she realise she would end up working in a completely different modality.