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Image: A chest X-Ray of a patient with active TB, and an X-Ray with a heat map overlay showing some of the results of the AI analysis (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

Study Shows How Deep Learning and AI Diagnose TB

Researchers have found that they can use an artificial intelligence technique called deep learning to identify cases of tuberculosis on chest X-Ray exams with a net accuracy rate of 96%. More...
24 Apr 2017
Image: The MedyMatch intracranial bleed detection application, including 3D rendering of the location and volume of bleeding (Photo courtesy of MedyMatch).

New Technologies Help Clinicians Identify Head Trauma and Stroke

A healthcare IT technology company has agreed to license an innovative 3D system for identifying intracranial bleeding following head trauma, to a large healthcare cloud computing collaborative. More...
05 Apr 2017
Image: A clinician using the updated imaging platform, which allows access to the complete Electronic Medical Record (EMR) of a patient (Photo courtesy of Agfa HealthCare).

Updated Cardiology Platform Supports Additional Specialties

A new version of a cardiology enterprise imaging platform now includes congenital echocardiology, and nuclear cardiology functionality. More...
04 Apr 2017
Image: Clinicians using the innovative instant wave-Free Ratio (iFR) technique (Photo courtesy of Philips Healthcare).

Clinical Trials Show Benefits of iFR Compared to FFR

Results from several studies indicate that the adoption of instant wave-Free Ratio (iFR) instead of Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) for the assessment of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is a more cost-effective, and faster diagnostic solution. More...
29 Mar 2017
Image: A collection of images obtained using REALiCE (Photo courtesy of ContextVision).

Patent Issued for 3D Skeletal Ultrasound Visualization Technology

A company has received a patent approval for a new 3D ultrasound skeletal visualization technology that can improve the chances of discovering skeletal irregularities in unborn babies than existing techniques. More...
28 Mar 2017
Image: Two 3D-printed patient-specific radius and ulna osteotomy guides for surgery planning in children (Photo courtesy of Materialise).

New 3D Printing Technologies Improve Pediatric Osteotomy Planning

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of new 3D-printed patient-specific radius and ulna osteotomy guides for children aged seven years and older will help orthopedic surgeons plan and carry out complex surgery. More...
22 Mar 2017
Image: The AeroDR X30 digital mobile radiography unit (Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta).

Enhanced Rapid Response System Launched for Remote Monitoring

A remote cloud-based active monitoring system for a Digital Radiography (DR) system has been announced. More...
15 Mar 2017

The Imaging IT Channel of MedImaging speaks the language of PACS, RIS, and DICOM, and other healthcare IT elements without which contemporary clinical imaging would be impossible.
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