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29 Sep 2016 - 01 Oct 2016
07 Oct 2016 - 08 Oct 2016


Healthcare Provider and Medical IT Vendor Offer Osteoporosis Assessment

A private care provider in Sweden and a large medical Internet Technology (IT) vendor have join forces to offer preventive bone health testing for people with osteoporosis risk factors. More...
27 Sep 2016
Image: The MRIdian is intended for imaging and treating cancer patients in real-time (Photo courtesy of ViewRay).

Linac-Based MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy System Awarded CE Mark

The manufacturer of a next-generation linear accelerator, the only clinical MRI-guided radiation therapy system in the world, has announced that they have received CE (Conformité Européenne) mark approval for their new product. More...
26 Sep 2016
Image: The OncoSuite interventional oncology suite (Photo courtesy of Philips Healthcare).

Interventional Oncology Tumor Analysis and Therapy Solution Unveiled

A new interventional oncology solution for minimally invasive liver cancer treatment has been unveiled by a large medical imaging equipment manufacturer. More...
21 Sep 2016
Image: The new DRX Core detector (Photo courtesy of Carestream Health).

Imaging Provider Releases New Family of Digital Radiology Detectors

A large medical imaging equipment manufacturer has released a new family of Digital Radiology (DR) core detectors intended for use in mobile imaging, imaging centers, small and mid-sized hospitals, urgent care centers, specialized clinics, and other facilities. More...
20 Sep 2016
Image: A new study suggests that radiologists are able to distinguish normal from abnormal mammograms in a split second (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Trained Radiologists Can Detect Breast Cancer in An Instant

Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital, the University of York, and other institutions showed radiologists mammograms for half a second, and found that they could identify abnormal mammograms at better than chance levels. They further tested this ability through a series of four experiments to explore what signal may alert radiologists to the presence of a possible abnormality, in the hopes of using these insights to improve breast cancer screening and early detection. More...
15 Sep 2016
Image: A bony growth on the toe of a hominid from between 1.6 million and 1.8 million years ago (Photo courtesy of P. Randolph-Quinney/UCLAN).

X-Ray Studies of Two Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveal Earliest Known Cancer

The results of two studies carried out in South Africa, and in the UK, suggest that a hominid who lived between 1.6 million to 1.8 million years ago, had a potentially-fatal bone cancer. More...
13 Sep 2016
Image: The image displays an example of Hippocampal-sparing whole brain radiotherapy (Photo courtesy of ResearchGate).

Brain Radiotherapy May Not Be Necessary for Patients with Lung Cancer Metastases

The results of a phase 3 randomized trial have revealed that there was no beneficial effect in terms of survival rate or quality of life, for patients who underwent whole brain radiotherapy, compared to those who received only steroid treatment and supportive care. More...
13 Sep 2016

The MedImaging Radiology channel covers fluoroscopy, digital radiography, computerized tomography, mammography, interventional radiology, and other medical uses of X-ray imaging as well as related instrumentation, trends and safety issues.
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