Radiology tests need to incorporate 3D
March 23, 2015 -- Medical imaging investigations, which consist almost entirely of 2D scans, are shortchanging radiology students in a 3D world where most real-life clinical imaging is displayed in volumetric images, according to researchers from the Netherlands.
Volpara promotes ECR 2015 research
March 12, 2015 -- Volpara Solutions is directing attention to 10 abstracts presented at ECR 2015 last week in Vienna on its breast density and quantitative breast imaging software.
CAD boosts breast MRI sensitivity
March 6, 2015 -- VIENNA - Breast MRI already has high sensitivity, but can it be even higher? The answer is yes, if computer-aided detection (CAD) is thrown into the mix, according to a presentation at ECR 2015. In fact, the CAD system detected previously missed cancers nearly as well as it did screen-detected cancers.
TeraRecon features new products at ECR 2015
March 6, 2015 -- TeraRecon debuted the latest release of its iNtuition enterprise viewing technology with the second generation of its iNteract+ interoperability platform at ECR 2015 in Vienna.
TeraRecon names new European sales, operations directors
March 5, 2015 -- Advanced visualization firm TeraRecon has appointed two new European directors.
Fujifilm Europe to highlight new offerings at ECR 2015
March 3, 2015 -- Fujifilm Europe is highlighting several new offerings at this year's ECR 2015 meeting in Vienna.
Median wins 2 clinical studies contracts
March 3, 2015 -- Imaging software developer Median Technologies has been selected to provide imaging services for two new clinical studies in oncology and has also signed an extension related to an existing contract.
EOS Imaging completes Swiss installation
February 20, 2015 -- Orthopedic digital imaging developer EOS Imaging has installed its EOS system at the Clinique de la Source in Lausanne, Switzerland.
MRI-based prostate CAD shows high sensitivity for cancer
February 18, 2015 -- An MRI-based prostate cancer computer-aided detection (CAD) system is scoring high marks for detecting intermediate-to-aggressive prostate cancers noninvasively, Dutch investigators have reported.
Germans develop new ways to improve interventional training
February 18, 2015 -- Emerging 3D printing techniques offer great potential to improve interventional radiology training by the use of custom-built rubberlike vessel phantoms that can simulate even the complex anatomy of patients, according to award-winning research from Germany.
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