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11 Feb 2017 - 16 Feb 2017

General/Advanced Imaging

Image: Ganglion cell layer neurons in the temporal retina from two different human eyes (Photo courtesy of the University of Rochester).

New Retinal Imaging Technique Could Revolutionize Eye Care

A new study describes a non-invasive method to image individual cells in the human retina, which are implicated in the vision loss associated with glaucoma and other diseases. More...
18 Jan 2017
Image: A mouse brain imbued with China Ink to enhance vasculature (Photo courtesy of the University of Surrey).

Laser Microscopy Helps Examine Blood Vessels in Brain

An innovative technique to perfuse the brain vasculature helps quantify blood vessels using three dimensional (3D) image analysis procedures. More...
18 Jan 2017
Image: Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) that shows perfusion in the brain of a rat (Photo courtesy of AXT).

MPI Technology Now Available to Medical Researchers in Australia

Medical researchers in Australia now have access to a new imaging technology called Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) that can give researchers improved insight into organ and tissue function, with sensitivity comparable to that of nuclear medicine, the speed of Computed Tomography (CT), and the resolution of Magnetic Resolution Imaging (MRI). More...
17 Jan 2017
Image: An abruptly angulated foci in the optic nerve sheath, as well as globe flattening at the back of the eyeball, from a 2012 study of astronauts (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

Cause of Blurry Vision on Long Space Missions Found

Scientists studying the cause of visual impairments suffered by astronauts during long space missions have discovered that the problem is related to changes in the volume of Cerebro-Spinal Fluid (CSF), flattening of the eyeballs, and increased protrusion of the optic nerves. More...
17 Jan 2017
Image: Grey matter reduction in pregnant women (orange), compared to controls (Photo courtesy of UAB).

MRI Reveals Changes in Brains of Pregnant Women

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans reveals that the brains of pregnant women show significant reductions in grey matter in regions associated with social cognition. More...
12 Jan 2017
Image: The EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system (Photo courtesy of St. Jude Medical).

Cardiac Mapping System Expands Electrophysiology Options

A new cardiac mapping system and sensor-enabled catheter allow for more efficient treatment of various arrhythmias. More...
11 Jan 2017
Image: The ACR has released new criteria for radiology-related patient care (Photo courtesy of Framepool).

New Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology Topics Released

The American College of Radiology (ACR) has announced updated appropriateness criteria for 227 topics with more than 1,100 clinical indications for radiology professionals. More...
11 Jan 2017

MedImaging General Imaging channel provides a portal into the less common imaging technologies such as diffuse optical tomography (NIR), optical coherence tomography, electrical impedance tomography and more.
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