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Image: The diagram shows how the Laurel Bridge Software layer solution can be implemented in a hospital with an outpatient center (Photo courtesy of Laurel Bridge Software).

Implementation of Medical Imaging Workflow Solution Results in Savings

Enterprise medical imaging workflow solutions enable healthcare institutions to improve patient care and reduce costs. More...
15 Feb 2017
Image: The MIGS system for spinal surgery (Photo courtesy of 7D Surgical).

Image Guidance Surgery System Awarded US and Canada Clearance

An innovative spinal surgery platform has received US 510(k) clearance, and a medical device license from Health Canada. More...
31 Jan 2017
Dunlee
Image: The Sectra solution for primary diagnostics in digital pathology (Photo courtesy of Sectra).

Unique Telepathology Network Planned for Netherlands

A unique project that will connect all 50 pathology laboratories in the Netherlands, and enable cloud-based, image sharing, has been initiated. More...
24 Jan 2017
Image: The new augmented-reality surgical navigation technology for spinal surgery (Photo courtesy of Royal Philips).

First Surgical Navigation Technology for Hybrid OR Announced

A new augmented-reality surgical navigation technology intended for the image-guided minimally invasive surgery market has been announced. More...
24 Jan 2017
Image: The animation shows how researchers are using 3D virtual reality, and machine learning for diagnosis (Photo courtesy of GE Healthcare).

Innovative new Virtual Reality tool Under Development

Researchers are in the process of developing a tool that combines a virtual reality headset and anatomical 3D modeling of imaging data, to enable clinicians to navigate through the colon and search for polyps and other tumors. More...
17 Jan 2017
Radcal
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: The SOMATOM Confidence RT Pro CT scanner with dedicated Radiation Therapy planning features (Photo courtesy of Siemens Healthineers).

New Dedicated CT Scanner Cleared by FDA

A new Computed Tomography (CT) scanner with dedicated Radiation Therapy (RT) features, manufactured by of the largest international medical imaging equipment companies, has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance. More...
10 Jan 2017


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