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MR Solutions receives order for cryogen-free 7T simultaneous PET-MR preclinical imaging system

MR Solutions receives order for cryogen-free 7T simultaneous PET-MR preclinical imaging system

MR Solutions has received an order for a high-powered 7T, cryogen-free, preclinical PET-MRI multi-modality imaging system from the newly formed pre-clinical imaging resource at the Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute (ZNI) at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC). [More]
SINAPSE network enhances strengths to develop world-class future in medical imaging for Scotland

SINAPSE network enhances strengths to develop world-class future in medical imaging for Scotland

Scotland has a strong legacy as one of the pioneers of medical imaging. In the late 70s, Aberdeen University became the first institution to develop a full body MRI scanner; the system named the Mark I prototype was an enormous step forward for healthcare. [More]
Study looks at how incentives in Medicare Shared Savings Program may influence radiology practices

Study looks at how incentives in Medicare Shared Savings Program may influence radiology practices

A new study by the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute examines how the incentives in an alternative payment model (APM) - the Accountable Care Organization Shared Savings Program - might influence cost, quality, utilization and technological investment for radiology practices. [More]
Study finds link between gut flora and fat distribution in children and teenagers

Study finds link between gut flora and fat distribution in children and teenagers

Children and teenagers who are obese have different microorganisms living in the digestive tract than their lean counterparts, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. [More]
Researchers discover gene variants linked to thoracic aortic dissections

Researchers discover gene variants linked to thoracic aortic dissections

On Super Bowl Sunday, Tina Wilkins was relaxing in her recliner while she chatted on the phone with her mother and waited for the game to begin. She had recently lost 63 pounds and was in better shape than she had been in years. [More]
Penn State radiologists propose ways to improve safe, effective imaging of children worldwide

Penn State radiologists propose ways to improve safe, effective imaging of children worldwide

When a doctor recommends medical imaging for a child, parents may find themselves confused and concerned. [More]
Loyola Medicine introduces multidisciplinary program to diagnose and treat concussions

Loyola Medicine introduces multidisciplinary program to diagnose and treat concussions

Loyola Medicine has launched a multidisciplinary Concussion Program to diagnose and treat concussions in athletes and other patients. [More]
Orlando Health to bring benefits of MRI-guided radiation therapy to Central Florida

Orlando Health to bring benefits of MRI-guided radiation therapy to Central Florida

Orlando Health will soon begin providing a new therapy that allows oncologists to see the tumor they are treating continuously during radiation therapy. [More]
Philips unveils innovative interventional oncology solution for liver cancer treatment at CIRSE 2016

Philips unveils innovative interventional oncology solution for liver cancer treatment at CIRSE 2016

Royal Philips today announced that it will unveil its latest innovation in interventional oncology at the 2016 Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe annual meeting (CIRSE 2016), which will be held in Barcelona (Spain) from September 10 until 14. [More]
Revolutionary new scanning technique creates 3D images of bones with unparalleled resolution

Revolutionary new scanning technique creates 3D images of bones with unparalleled resolution

Chemists from Trinity College Dublin in collaboration with RCSI have devised a revolutionary new scanning technique that produces extremely high-res 3D images of bones -- without exposing patients to X-ray radiation. [More]
The Christie increases efficiency of radiotherapy procedures with advanced automation software

The Christie increases efficiency of radiotherapy procedures with advanced automation software

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest cancer treatment centres in Europe, has increased efficiency in its Medical Physics and Engineering Department following the implementation of Mobius3D software from Oncology Systems Limited. [More]
Adolescent females have low rates of pregnancy screening prior to cancer treatment

Adolescent females have low rates of pregnancy screening prior to cancer treatment

A new study indicates that adolescent females with acute leukemia have low rates of pregnancy screening prior to receiving chemotherapy that can cause birth defects. [More]
Holoxica develops world’s first ever holographic 3D Anatomy Atlas prototype

Holoxica develops world’s first ever holographic 3D Anatomy Atlas prototype

Holoxica, the specialist holographic 3D visualisation company, has created the world’s first ever holographic 3D digital Human Anatomy ‘Atlas’ prototype - a stunning and realistic depiction of deeper anatomical structures which gives teaching hospitals, medical schools, colleges and research centres a detailed interpretation and perspective of intricate anatomical structures. [More]
Next-generation advanced translational research preclinical imaging system unveiled by Bruker

Next-generation advanced translational research preclinical imaging system unveiled by Bruker

Bruker today unveils two new preclinical imaging systems at the World Molecular Imaging Congress 2016 in New York. The new systems are designed to deliver highest performance and improved convenience for routine imaging, and enable novel translational research into the causes, progression, as well as potential diagnosis and treatment of disease. [More]
Oncovision’s preclinical PET imaging business acquired in agreement with Bruker

Oncovision’s preclinical PET imaging business acquired in agreement with Bruker

PET and SPECT are key molecular imaging technologies for Bruker’s Preclinical Imaging division, allowing Bruker to offer the highest-performance SiPM-PET/SPECT/CT and integrated SiPM-PET/MR imaging systems. [More]
Researchers identify higher risk of early chemotherapy-related death in older patients with DLBCL

Researchers identify higher risk of early chemotherapy-related death in older patients with DLBCL

Although diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is a curable disease in most patients aged 65 years or older, these patients are also at higher risk of chemotherapy-related death within the first 30 days of treatment. [More]
MR Solutions steps up sales of cryogen free, pre-clinical range of scanners

MR Solutions steps up sales of cryogen free, pre-clinical range of scanners

MR Solutions continues to grow sales of its cryogen free, pre-clinical range of scanners including its PET-MR and high field MR systems. [More]
ENDRA introduces Nexus 128+ with twice the photoacoustic sensitivity

ENDRA introduces Nexus 128+ with twice the photoacoustic sensitivity

ENDRA Life Sciences today announced the launch of the Nexus 128+, adding to their preclinical photoacoustic computed tomography (CT) systems that leverage ENDRA’s proprietary 3D imaging technology. [More]
Psychopharmacological intervention shows promise in treating children with dyslexia

Psychopharmacological intervention shows promise in treating children with dyslexia

A new study shows significant improvement in critical components of reading, including decoding and vocabulary, among children treated with atomoxetine compared to placebo. [More]
TB lesions may remain in lungs long after completion of treatment

TB lesions may remain in lungs long after completion of treatment

Patients with active tuberculosis of the lungs, the infectious form of the disease known as pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), are typically treated with several medications for a period of six months. [More]
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