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Image: A scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the imaging fiber (a), and at X100 magnification (b) (Photo courtesy of IPTH).

Fiberoptic Probe Aids Endoscope Cancer Diagnosis

A compact fiber optic probe uses multiple nonlinear imaging techniques to identify cancer without the need for tissue staining, according to a new study. More...
22 May 2017
Image: The new endoscope will enable faster, more accurate colorectal cancer diagnosis (Photo courtesy of the Tyndall National Institute).

New Endoscope Targets Colon Tumors

An innovative endoscope will use breakthrough photonics technology to enable rapid, accurate diagnosis of bowel polyps and early colon cancer. More...
18 May 2017
Image: Inversion recovery images illustrating gray matter atrophy in MS (Photo courtesy of Regina Schlaeger).

MRI Reveals Spinal Atrophy Tied to MS Progression

A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study among early stage multiple sclerosis (MS) patients reveals detectable cord gray matter atrophy in both the cervical and thoracic cord. More...
17 May 2017
Image: The StealthStation S8 navigation system facilitates brain surgery (Photo courtesy of Medtronic).

Surgical Navigation System Facilitates Neurosurgery Procedures

An advanced navigation solution offers neurosurgeons enhanced workflows and more comprehensive data integration. More...
11 May 2017
Image: A pathologist using the new digital pathology solution (Photo courtesy of Royal Philips).

First Digital Pathology Solution Receives FDA Clearance

After evaluating data from a clinical study including around 2,000 surgical pathology cases, the US FDA has cleared the first digital pathology solution for primary diagnostic use in the U.S. More...
25 Apr 2017
Image: A chest X-Ray of a patient with active TB, and an X-Ray with a heat map overlay showing some of the results of the AI analysis (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

Study Shows How Deep Learning and AI Diagnose TB

Researchers have found that they can use an artificial intelligence technique called deep learning to identify cases of tuberculosis on chest X-Ray exams with a net accuracy rate of 96%. More...
24 Apr 2017
Image: A new study shows digital breast tomosynthesis reduces cancer surgery re-excision rates (Photo courtesy of Carestream Health).

Digital Tomosynthesis Reduces Re-Excision in Breast Surgeries

A new study shows that digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) can reduce surgical positive margins by offering a better view of lesion margins than mammography alone. More...
20 Apr 2017

MedImaging General Imaging channel provides a portal into the less common imaging technologies such as diffuse optical tomography (NIR), optical coherence tomography, electrical impedance tomography and more.
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