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Image: The Aquilion Prime CT system (Photo courtesy of Toshiba Medical Systems).

Next-Generation CT Scanner Launched

An innovative 80-row CT scanner that features a new detector with a significantly improved imaging efficiency and many other new technologies has been launched. More...
20 Jun 2017
Image: Research shows underweight female runners have a higher risk of injury from stress fractures (Photo courtesy of the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center).

Low BMI May Increase Risk of Stress Fractures

Researchers have shown that underweight female runners have a higher risk of injury from stress fractures and take a longer time to heal, than women with a normal Body Mass Index (BMI). More...
20 Jun 2017
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Image: A patient inside an MRI scanner with metasurface-enhanced coil arrays (Photo courtesy of ITMO University).

First Humans Tested with New MRI Technology

A new metamaterial-enhanced MRI technique has been tested for the first time on humans. More...
19 Jun 2017
Image: The digital subtraction angiography images show the progress of partial Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) treatments (Photo courtesy of RSNA).

Technique Restores Fertility to Patients with Fibroids

Researchers have shown that Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) treatments can enable women suffering from uterine fibroids to become pregnant again. More...
19 Jun 2017
Image: Images of the proximal left anterior descending coronary artery most strongly predict mortality (L) and survival (R) cases (Photo courtesy of the University of Adelaide).

Cross-Sectional CT Imaging Could Predict Patient Longevity

A new study suggests that analysis of computerized tomography (CT) images of internal organs could predict 5-year mortality with almost 70% accuracy. More...
14 Jun 2017
Image: A new study of CTs shows that reduced size and density of core muscle (highlighted in red) as shown in the lower image is associated with frailty and reduced lifespan in hip-fracture patients (Photo courtesy of the University of California – Davis Health System).

CT Scans Help Improve Hip Fracture Outcomes

The results of a new study suggest that clinicians could use CT scans to help find the best treatment for elderly patients who suffer from broken hips. More...
13 Jun 2017
Image: A new study indicates mobile phone resistors could be used to retrospectively measure radiation dosage (Photo courtesy of Lund University).

Mobile Phone Analysis Helps Reveal Radiation Exposure

An analysis of mobile phones and other objects in close proximity with the body could be used in retrospective dosimetry, according to a new study. More...
08 Jun 2017

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