3D technique reconstructs missing mandibles July 19, 2016 -- German researchers used a 3D advanced visualization algorithm to reconstruct mandibles with missing parts -- the first step in the process of mandible bone restoration in patients with severe illness or injury, they wrote in the International Journal of Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery.
Simulation platform streamlines VR training July 18, 2016 -- Researchers are simplifying the creation of virtual reality (VR) surgical training modules with the development of a task-based approach to simulations training, according to an article in the International Journal of Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery.
fMRI software falls short of expectations July 11, 2016 -- An extensive analysis of software commonly used for functional MRI (fMRI) has found false-positive rates of up to 70%, which may have adversely influenced the results of thousands of neuroimaging examinations, according to a Swedish/U.K. study.
TeraRecon appoints CEO, opens R&D facility July 11, 2016 -- Advanced visualization firm TeraRecon has promoted Jeff Sorenson to CEO, added two new executive leadership positions, and opened a new research and development (R&D) facility in North Carolina.
Could machine learning diagnose Alzheimer's disease? July 7, 2016 -- Could techniques like machine learning help radiologists diagnose Alzheimer's disease? Dutch researchers used machine-learning software to analyze arterial spin-labeled MRI scans for signs of abnormal perfusion that could be a predictor of Alzheimer's, according to a study published on July 6 in Radiology.
ContextVision plans to bring US PlusView to iOS July 7, 2016 -- Image enhancement software developer ContextVision said it will make its US PlusView ultrasound image enhancement software available on Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
Report: Image analysis software on the rise July 5, 2016 -- The global market for medical image analysis software will grow to $4.5 billion in revenues by 2024, according to a new report from market research firm Grand View Research.
RSNA, NCI to collaborate on image perception research June 9, 2016 -- RSNA is teaming up with the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) to sponsor a week of image perception research starring you -- the radiologist. You're a notoriously hard-to-recruit demographic, but organizers hope to entice you into participation with promises of swag and a chance to do great things during RSNA 2016 in Chicago.