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Image: Zura handheld hemodynamic ultrasound system (Photo courtesy of Clarius)

Handheld Hemodynamic Ultrasound System Aids Real-Time Decision Making for Critically Ill ICU Patients

The world's first handheld transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) system designed to manage and guide care for the most critically ill patients in the ICU enables more clinicians to accurately determine appropriate interventions in real-time. More...
30 Jun 2022
Image: A 5-tiered CT scoring algorithm can diagnose clear-cell renal cell carcinoma in small solid masses (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

CT Algorithm Diagnoses Clear-Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma in Small Solid Masses

A 5-tiered CT scoring algorithm may represent a clinically useful tool for diagnosis of clear-cell renal cell carcinoma (RCC) in small solid renal masses. More...
30 Jun 2022
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Image: Researchers use innovative imaging techniques to see how air is exchanged in the lungs (Photo courtesy of Western University)

MRI Lung-Imaging Technique Shows Cause of Long-COVID Symptoms

For the first time, using functional MRI with inhaled xenon gas, researchers have shown that the debilitating symptoms of long-COVID are related to microscopic abnormalities which affect how oxygen is exchanged from the lungs to the red blood cells. More...
30 Jun 2022
Image: Spinal fractures in the elderly are preventable with simple X-rays (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Simple X-Ray Method Can Diagnose Vertebral Compression and Prevent Spinal Fractures

New research suggests that a simple X-ray method should be introduced as a routine procedure in healthcare so that more elderly patients with vertebral compression fractures can be diagnosed and given the most efficacious drugs. More...
29 Jun 2022
Image: Cutting-edge 4D flow MRI scans could revolutionize blood flow assessment in the heart (Photo courtesy of University of East Anglia)

4D Flow MRI Scans Could Revolutionize Diagnosis of Patients with Heart Failure

Researchers have developed cutting-edge imaging technology that uses MRI to create detailed 4D flow images of the heart and could help doctors better diagnose and monitor patients with heart failure. More...
28 Jun 2022
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Image: Chest CTs reveal Omicron variant is less severe than Delta variant infection (Photo courtesy of Oxford University)

Chest CT Scans of COVID-19 Patients Could Help Distinguish Between SARS-CoV-2 Variants

A new study has found that the SARS-COV-2 Omicron variant is associated with fewer and less severe changes on chest CT compared with the Delta variant. The study also found that patients with Omicron had greater frequency of bronchial wall thickening but lower clinical severity and improved hospital outcomes than those with Delta. More...
28 Jun 2022
Image: Nanomaterials can provide imaging while delivering medication to combat PAD (Photo courtesy of The University of Texas at Arlington)

Biodegradable Nanomaterials Provide Ultrasound Imaging While Delivering Medication

Researchers are developing novel biodegradable nanoparticles to deliver therapeutic agents that specifically protect cells under stress conditions, facilitate the formation of blood vessels under hypoxia and allow noninvasive multimodal imaging methods. More...
27 Jun 2022
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