Algorithm quantifies airway disease at CT March 6, 2016 -- VIENNA - A fully automated algorithm to evaluate airway disease produced good to excellent results from MDCT images, according to research from Germany presented this week at ECR 2016.
EOS gets CE Mark for spineEOS March 5, 2016 -- Orthopedic digital imaging developer EOS Imaging has received the CE Mark for its spineEOS online 3D surgical planning software for the EOS system.
Automated coronary plaque analysis predicts future events March 3, 2016 -- VIENNA - Automated plaque analysis in coronary CT angiography can predict which patients with known ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction may go on to have a heart attack in the future, concluded a Wednesday presentation at ECR 2016.
Tethered capsule detects GI tract disease February 26, 2016 -- A method for imaging and characterizing the esophageal wall using a tethered capsule has been developed by researchers from Harvard Medical School and Strasbourg University. The technology may provide a simple and convenient method for diagnosing upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract diseases.
3D printing of human organs on horizon February 23, 2016 -- Investigators are envisioning a brave new world in which functional 3D-printed organs can be manufactured at low cost for implantation in patients -- provided several tough obstacles can be overcome, concludes new research from a top London institution.
CAD finds breast cancer on negative DCE-MRI February 23, 2016 -- A study using a new computer-aided detection (CAD) algorithm found breast cancers in women whose dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) MRI breast exams were thought to be negative, conclude authors in European Journal of Radiology.
Volumetric CT beats RECIST in therapy response February 22, 2016 -- Three-dimensional volumetric measurements of lung cancer tumors are better predictors of survival than conventional Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors (RECIST) measurements, according to a new study published by the European Journal of Radiology.