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Pioneer in Orthopedic Imaging to Provide Novel Online 3-D Modeling Service for Hospitals

A company that pioneered 2-D/3-D orthopedic medical imaging has announced a new personalized 3-D image modeling service using stereo-radiographic patient images, for hospitals and healthcare professionals worldwide.  More...
25 May 2015

Results of a Study into the Use of Low-Tube-Voltage for CT Colonography Published

Researchers from the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, at the Kumamoto University investigating the effect of a low-tube voltage technique and iterative reconstruction on the image quality and radiation dose of Computed Tomography Colonography, have been published in the April 11, 2015, online issue of theJournal Academic Radiology.  More...
24 May 2015

Brain Imaging Study Identifies Biological Differences Between PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries

The results of a study intended to help identify the biological differences, and treatment options for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury have been published in the April 2015 special US Veterans Issue of the journal Brain Imaging and Behavior.  More...
19 May 2015

Childhood Radiation Exposure Can Be Reduced Significantly Using EMR Decision Support

The results of a study to find ways to reduce the pediatric radiation burden have been published in the May 8, 2015, issue of the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.  More...
19 May 2015
Image: EssentialTech Project Team with GlobalDiagnostiX\'s (Photo courtesy of EPFL).

Prototype of Affordable Digital X-Ray System Revealed for Growth Economies

The EssentialTech project team of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Cooperation and Development Center has revealed a fully functional prototype of their GlobalDiagnostiX digital radiography system designed specifically for developing countries.  More...
18 May 2015

Tomosynthesis Option for Mammography Platform Approved by FDA

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the breast tomosynthesis add-on for Siemens Healthcare MAMMOMAT Inspiration digital mammography platforms.  More...
13 May 2015

Physicians Advocate the Use of Ultrasound for Investigating Pelvic Symptoms

The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine has published an article in the April 2015 issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology recommending the use of ultrasound examinations instead of Computed Tomography, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, for women presenting with flank pain, pelvic pain, or pelvic masses.  More...
13 May 2015

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