Death Note

It was with great regret that the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging (CBR) received the news about the death of Dr. Rubens Marcondes Pereira, at the age of 91. Dr. Rubens was one of the biggest names in Radiology in Brazil. He was president of CBR in the 1973/1975 biennium and head of the Department of Radiology at the Faculty […]

Errata: Official positioning of CBR in defense of ultrasound

CBR makes it public that, from the note published on June 22 on its channels, such as website and social networks, its contracted press office produced a release to be disseminated among the media. The text, however, was released with an error, in which it mentions that a norm […]

Get to know IdeiaGov, a collaboration program between society and the public administration of the State of São Paulo

Recently launched, IdeiaGov is a collaboration program between society and the public administration of the State of São Paulo. The objective is to encourage the private sector to offer ideas and generate technological solutions that improve management performance and consequently bring benefits to citizens. The main role in training managers […]

ABCDI has a new partner and more benefits for associated clinics

ABCDI entered into a new partnership with the consultancy SpinEcho, a technical and commercial advisory company specializing in diagnostic imaging equipment. With this new benefit, clinics associated with ABCDI can count on support geared to their needs, always with a focus on the best cost and benefit ratio. A discount of 20% will be offered […]

Micro Hemorrhagic Lesions And Impregnation In The Olfactory Bulbs Are Detected On MRI In Patients With COVID-19 By Brazilian Researchers And A Study Is Published In The American Journal Of Neuroradiology (AJNR)

One of the most renowned scientific journals in the world (AJNR) accepted on June 1st and published an article with new findings that were described by Brazilian researchers related to micro-hemorrhagic lesions and, probably, also impregnation in the olfactory bulbs of patients with COVID-19 with or without anosmia. The title of the article is “Anosmia no COVID-19 […]

How should the radiologist proceed when faced with lung abnormalities identified on CT scans of the abdomen during the SARSCoV-2 pandemic?

The findings of pulmonary lesions in COVID-19 include ground-glass opacities and peripheral consolidations, which may have a nodular appearance and a basal predominance. Pleural effusions are not commonly seen (1,2). Although not specific, these findings should lead to the suspicion of SARS-CoV-2 infection in this pandemic period. The radiologist must always review the lung bases […]