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Image: AIR Recon DL enables high-quality MRI images with shorter scan times (Photo courtesy of GE Healthcare)

Deep Learning-Based Image Reconstruction Technology Delivers Next-Level MRI Quality

GE Healthcare (Chicago, IL, USA) has received US FDA 510(k) clearance of its breakthrough AIR Recon DL for 3D and PROPELLER imaging sequences. The benefits of AIR Recon DL are extended by these new features to nearly all MRI clinical procedures, covering all anatomies and enabling better image quality, shorter scan times, and enhanced patient experience. More...
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AI-Aided MRI Provides Cost-Effective Alternative to Painful, Invasive Liver Biopsies

A new study has shown that an AI-enhanced, noninvasive liver health diagnostic tool can be a cost-effective alternative to painful, invasive liver biopsies for monitoring disease activity and treatment response in patients with autoimmune hepatitis. More...
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Image: New cutting-edge MRI technology can diagnose patients with heart failure in record time (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Super-Fast MRI Scan Could Revolutionize Heart Failure Diagnosis

Researchers have developed a cutting-edge technology that uses MRI to create detailed 4D flow images of the heart in order to diagnose patients with heart failure in record time. More...
23 Sep 2022
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Lung MRI Shows Lasting Damage in Children and Teens After COVID

A new study has revealed that children and adolescents who have either recovered from COVID-19 or have long COVID show persistent lung damage on MRI. More...
21 Sep 2022
Image: New research closes the gap between traditional and deep learning methods (Photo courtesy of University of Minnesota)

New Image Reconstruction Technique Combines Data Science with ML for Faster MRIs

Using a combination of modern data science tools and machine learning ideas, researchers have found a way to improve the performance of traditional MRI reconstruction techniques, allowing for faster MRIs to improve healthcare. More...
15 Sep 2022
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AI Medical Diagnostic Algorithm for MRI Image Analysis Uses Self-Learning Across Hospitals

Researchers have developed an algorithm that is able to learn independently across different medical institutions. The key feature of the algorithm is that it is "self-learning", i.e. it does not require extensive, time-consuming findings or markings by radiologists in the MRI images. More...
01 Sep 2022
Image: MRI-directed CEM detects a higher fraction of suspicious MRI lesions (Photo courtesy of Unsplash)

MRI-Directed Contrast-Enhanced Mammography Improves Detection of Breast Lesions

A new study has found that MRI-directed CEM detects a higher fraction of suspicious MRI lesions than MRI-directed ultrasound and also detects a higher fraction than either method individually. More...
31 Aug 2022

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