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ATTENTION: Due to the COVID-19 PANDEMIC, many events are being rescheduled for a later date, converted into virtual venues, or altogether cancelled. Please check with the event organizer or website prior to planning for any forthcoming event.
18 May 2021 - 21 May 2021

MRI

Image: Early CMR can help identify broken hearts (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

Early MRI Helps Identify Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

A new study suggests that early cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging of the heart can greatly increase broken-heart syndrome diagnosis rates. More...
13 May 2021
Image: Hyperpolarization of fumarate for use as a biosensor (Photo courtesy of John Blanchard, James Eills)

New Technique that Could Significantly Simplify Hyperpolarized MRI Paves Way for Major Advances

Researchers have developed a new technique that could significantly simplify hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which developed around 20 years ago for observing metabolic processes in the body, and pave the way for major advances in MRI. More...
30 Apr 2021
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Image: A knee MRI may soon be completed in just five minutes (Photo courtesy of iStock Photo)

Rapid Knee MRI Scanning May Soon Be Attainable

Simultaneous multislice (SMS) and parallel imaging (PI) acceleration can reduce the time needed to acquire a knee magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan to less than five minutes, according to a new study. More...
22 Apr 2021
Image: The O-scan Elite dedicated MRI for extremities (Photo courtesy of Esaote)

A Minimal Footprint Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner Helps Radiology Departments Address Overloads and Backlog

The Esaote (Genova, Italy) O-scan Elite MRI facilitates transversal, sagittal, coronal and oblique section imaging of the arm, including hand, wrist, forearm, and elbow, but excluding the upper part of the arm; and portions of the leg, including foot, ankle, calf, and knee, but excluding the thigh. As the O-scan MRI runs on a standard power outlet, and does not require helium cooling, it is a viable, cost effective solution that also impacts patient comfort. For pathologies in which it can be beneficial to image the joint in real-time movement, the Esaote True Motion can perform a regular MRI sequence. More...
23 Mar 2021
Image: The qp-Prostate suite dashboard (Photo courtesy of Quibim)

New AI Solution Simplifies Prostate MRI Analysis

A novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm processes magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data in order to increase diagnostic accuracy and detect prostate cancer (PC) earlier. More...
17 Mar 2021
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Image: Ocular MRI finding in a COVID-19 patient, including hyperintense nodules (A) and retinal detachment (B) (Photo courtesy of FOR)

MRI Reveals COVID-19 Related Ocular Abnormalities

A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study found significant abnormalities in the eyes of some people with severe COVID-19. More...
04 Mar 2021
Image: mpMRI imaging measures prostate tumor size as smaller than true (Photo courtesy of Alamy)

Multi-Parametric Prostate MRI Underestimates Tumor Size

A new study suggests that multi-parametric MRI (mpMRI) routinely measures radiologic tumor size (RTS) as smaller than actual pathologic tumor size (PTS). More...
11 Feb 2021
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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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