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Image: An MRI of a MI in a 44-year-old woman with chronic cocaine abuse (Photo courtesy of Marco Francone/ Sapienza University).

Cardiac MRI Detects CV Effects of Cocaine

A new study shows that cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect cocaine’s effects on the cardiovascular system and help differentiate between acute and chronic conditions. More...
25 Jun 2019
A metamaterial array composed of helical resonators (Photo courtesy of Boston University).

Novel Magnetic Metamaterial Boosts MRI Performance

 A new magnetic metamaterial enables a marked boost in radio frequency (RF) field strength, producing clearer MRI images at double the speed. More...
18 Jun 2019
Image: A mammography scan (A) compared to breast MRI (B) (Photo courtesy of MedUni).

Breast MRI after Cancer Can Lead to Superfluous Biopsies

A new study claims that for women with a personal history of breast cancer, surveillance breast MRI results in higher biopsy and cancer detection rates. More...
10 Jun 2019
Image: Whole-body MRI reveals a solitary L4 bone metastasis (Photo courtesy of Stuart Taylor/ UCL).

Whole-Body MRI Can Boost Metastases Detection

Two new studies suggest that whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be a quicker and cheaper way to detect the spread of colorectal and non-small cell lung cancers. More...
29 May 2019
Image: ZTE MRI shows results similar to CT scanning (Photo courtesy of 123rf).

Zero TE Skull MRI is Comparable to CT Imaging

A new study suggests that zero echo time (ZTE) skull MRI could provide a clinical alternative to computerized tomography (CT) in radiosensitive trauma patients such as children or pregnant women. More...
16 May 2019
Image: MRI can be used to analyze gait motion (Photo courtesy of UDEL Delaware Rehabilitation Institute).

MRI Helps Evaluate and Improve Knee Rehabilitation

A new study reveals how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to study gait mechanics and joint function in patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) deficiencies. More...
13 May 2019
Image: Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) can show millisecond brain activity (Photo courtesy of Science Advances).

New MRI Method Measures Brain Function in Milliseconds

A new study suggests that magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) could be used to observe neuronal activity in the human brain in fractions of a second. More...
30 Apr 2019
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