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New MRI Method Automatically Detects Placental Health during Pregnancy

A new method can process MRI scans to reveal the distinct compartments of the placenta, measure oxygen levels in each region and identify malformations in blood vessels (i.e., placental lesions), thus improving the detection and prevention of pregnancy complications. More...
06 Feb 2023
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AI-Guided Image Acquisition Software Significantly Reduces Cardiac MRI Scan Time

An automated, software-only platform greatly simplifies a Cardiac MRI (CMR) exam, enabling hospitals to increase throughput for existing scanners and/or get a CMR program off the ground cost-effectively. More...
02 Feb 2023
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MRI Far Superior in Cancer Detection than Hand-Held & Automated Ultrasound and DBT

Screening mammography can detect about 98% of cancer in fatty breasts, but can more easily miss breast cancer in dense breasts, resulting in a negative mammogram and providing patients with a false sense of reassurance. Now, a new study has found that breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is superior at detecting breast cancer in women with dense breasts as compared to common supplemental screening methods. More...
01 Feb 2023
AI reconstructs missing data from rapid MRI scans (Photo courtesy of NYU Langone)

Accelerated MRI with AI Image Reconstruction Nearly Halves Scan Times (MI-MRI)

Artificial intelligence (AI) can reconstruct coarsely-sampled, rapid magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans into high-quality images with the same diagnostic value as those generated using traditional MRI, according to a new study. Reconstructing MRI scans with AI, which is four times faster than standard scans, has the potential to expand MRI access to more patients and lower appointment wait times, the study says. More...
20 Jan 2023
Researchers have used MRI data to further personalize cancer medicine (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Machine Learning Analyzes MRI Data to Predict Brain Tumor Progression

Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), a brain cancer that has an average survival rate of just one year, can be difficult to treat because of its highly dense core, rapid growth, and location. Now, researchers have created a computational model that uses MRI data to predict the growth of deadly brain tumors more accurately and better predict their progression.  More...
17 Jan 2023
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AI Algorithm Identifies MRI Scanner Malfunctions

Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm for the quality control of MRI scanners that will provide timely detection of the scanner malfunctions automatically. More...
20 Dec 2022
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Halves Risk of Prostate Cancer Overdiagnosis

A new study has shown that the risk of overdiagnosis can be halved in screening for prostate cancer. With the diagnostic pathway that has now been tried out, considerably fewer harmless tumors are found. This solves a big problem and makes general screening feasible. More...
09 Dec 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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