Major obstacles remain for postmortem CT, Swiss experts warn
November 26, 2013 -- The development of postmortem CT angiography represents a significant step forward to minimally invasive autopsies, but considerable work still has to be done before it can replace the conventional autopsy, Swiss researchers have found.
Dinosaur vertebra fossil rises up in 3D from CT data
November 21, 2013 -- Noninvasive imaging techniques have long proved valuable for digging up the stories of fossils without damaging them. In a new study published online in Radiology, German researchers have gone a step further, making a carbon copy of a dinosaur vertebra using CT data and 3D printing.
Germans intend to keep busy at RSNA 2013
November 20, 2013 -- Scientists affiliated with the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research will be making a number of presentations at the upcoming RSNA 2013 meeting in Chicago.
CT brings clarity to forensic identification
November 19, 2013 -- In forensic cases, multislice CT now plays a crucial role in comparative identification, reconstructive identification, and lesion identification, and has important advantages over dry bone analysis, according to French researchers.
3D workstations enhance EVAR planning, outcomes
November 11, 2013 -- Using 3D workstations for planning endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) can improve both short- and midterm outcomes for patients, researchers from France have found.
Agfa to show Musica upgrade at RSNA
November 6, 2013 -- Agfa HealthCare is preparing to launch the next generation of its Musica image processing software for digital radiography studies.
ContextVision increases earnings in Q3
October 25, 2013 -- In a quarter highlighted by strengthened sales efforts in Russia and new product developments, image enhancement developer ContextVision boosted its earnings in its third quarter.
Sectra gets Iraqi order
October 18, 2013 -- PACS firm Sectra has taken an order for its visualization table from Baghdad Medical College in Iraq.