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18 Feb 2016 - 20 Feb 2016
19 Feb 2016 - 21 Feb 2016
27 Feb 2016 - 03 Mar 2016

MRI

fMRI Could Help Identify New Painkillers

Measuring the brain's neural response to pain using functional magnetic resonance imaging may be a viable tool for evaluating the effectiveness of new pain medications, according to a new study.  More...
10 Feb 2016
Image: Correlated MR and UM stack 3 weeks after GL261 tumor implantation (Photo courtesy of eLife).

Imaging Toolkit Helps Identify Brain Tumor Drug Targets

A combined magnetic resonance imaging and ultramicroscopy toolkit could help study vessel growth as an aid in glioblastoma therapies, according to a new study.   More...
07 Feb 2016

Mathematical Tool Helps Predict the Occurrence of Migraines in Concussion Patients

Researchers have developed a mathematical tool to help find which concussion patients are most likely to suffer migraines.  More...
03 Feb 2016

DTI Study Reveals Neurological Differences in Children with Sensory Processing Disorder

The results of a new study have shown that children (male and female) affected by the Sensory Processing Disorder have different brain connectivity than children without SPD.  More...
02 Feb 2016
Image: Artist representation of the MURAB biopsy robot (Photo courtesy of the University of Twente).

Novel Biopsy Robot Could Improve Disease Diagnosis

An innovative biopsy robot under development combines features of both magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound, aiming to improve the identification of breast cancer and muscle diseases.    More...
31 Jan 2016
OKI DATA

MR Techniques Find Link Between NAFLD and Heart Failure in Obese People

The results of a new study published online in the journal Radiology, has found that fatty liver is independently associated with subclinical heart failure in people who are obese.  More...
26 Jan 2016
Image: An artist\'s view of a biological object placed on a metasurface resonator (Photo courtesy of Advanced Materials).

Metasurface Grid Boosts Sensitivity of MRI Machines

A new study claims that ultrathin metasurface resonators could reduce magnetic resonance imaging scanning times by more than 50%.  More...
24 Jan 2016


MedImaging's MRI channel in addition to reporting on MR hardware, informs about the many magnetic resonance applications possible with the technique notably MRI, fMRI, diffusion MRI, MR angiography, MR guided surgery, in addition to industry developments, and safety issues.
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