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Image: Images show novel brain MRI techniques for detecting Central Vein Sign (Photo courtesy of Cedars-Sinai)

Novel Brain MRI Technique Helps Identify Multiple Sclerosis Lesions

A team of physician and scientists in the Department of Neurology at Cedars-Sinai (Los Angeles, CA, USA) has identified biological sign called “central vein sign” that could help physicians determine whether white spots on a patient’s MRI are caused by MS or by something else, ultimately reducing misdiagnosis. More...
25 Apr 2022
Image: 3D MRI images showing atrophy patterns that AI focused on to predict AD progression (Photo courtesy of FUJIFILM)

Fujifilm’s AI Technology Predicts Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Using MRI Images

A new artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been shown to predict the progression in patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) with high accuracy, even with limited learning data. More...
22 Apr 2022
Image: Portable MRI (top row) can detect and characterize ischemic stroke identified by standard MRI (bottom row) (Photo courtesy of Yale University)

Portable MRIs Almost as Effective as Standard MRIs in Detecting Strokes

In a new study, portable MRI machines, an emerging technology that makes medical imaging accessible even in remote locations, detected ischemic strokes, or strokes caused by clotting, in 90% of patients scanned. More...
21 Apr 2022
Image: Using SCOUT, surgeons can precisely target the affected tissue to pinpoint its location within 1mm (Photo courtesy of Merit Medical Systems)

First Wire-Free Solution Aids in Breast Localization During Biopsy Under MRI or Stereotactic Guidance

Today, roughly 40% of breast biopsies are performed under stereotactic or MRI guidance, creating the need for an additional office visit for reflector placement prior to surgery. Now, the first wire-free breast localization solution that can be deployed at the time of stereotactic or MRI-guided biopsy has received FDA clearance. More...
18 Apr 2022
Image: Grey matter volume could inform treatment decisions for developing mental health disorders (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Algorithm Examines Structural MRI Scans of Brain to Identify Patients in Early Stages of Mental Illness

A new study has shown that by examining structural MRI scans of the brain, it’s possible to identify patients most susceptible to poor outcomes. By identifying these patients in the early stages of their illness, clinicians will be able to offer more targeted and effective treatments. More...
18 Apr 2022
Image: New AI tool for prostate MRI analysis to support PI-RADS scoring (Photo courtesy of RSIP Vision)

AI Tool Performs Automatic Segmentation and Lesion Detection in Prostate MRI Scans

A new tool for prostate MRI analysis performs segmentation of the prostate, its sub-sections, and lesions. It also analyzes the lesions’ intensity, restriction, size, and shape, and provides a baseline for PI-RADS score. RSIP Vision’s (Jerusalem, Israel) new PI-RADS assistant provides objective analysis of the prostate MRI scan, with measurable statistics which can be used to improve scoring accuracy. More...
14 Apr 2022
Image: Brainstem atrophy is linked to extrapyramidal symptoms in frontotemporal dementia (Photo courtesy of Unsplash)

MRI/PET Scans Link Brainstem Atrophy to Dementia Symptoms

Frontotemporal dementia, FTD, comes with extrapyramidal symptoms, such as those in Parkinson’s disease, and this makes the diagnosis of FTD challenging. However, a new study now shows that accurate imaging and analysis of the brain may make it possible to distinguish between FTD and other diseases that cause extrapyramidal symptoms. More...
11 Apr 2022

MedImaging's MRI channel in addition to reporting on MR hardware, informs about the many magnetic resonance applications possible with the technique notably MRI, fMRI, diffusion MRI, MR angiography, MR guided surgery, in addition to industry developments, and safety issues.
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