Functional MRI algorithm maps brain function
January 14, 2016 -- An algorithm that generates reproducible, personalized maps of neural networks in the brain using functional MRI has been demonstrated by an international collaboration. The noninvasive approach could enable more efficient planning of neurosurgery for brain tumors and disorders such as epilepsy.  Discuss
MR-Eye work scoops top prize at RSNA 2015
January 11, 2016 -- A pioneering exhibit about the role of microscopy coil MRI for the assessment of the orbit and periorbital structures led to a U.K.-Australian team collecting a prestigious Magna Cum Laude award at last month's RSNA 2015 meeting in Chicago.  Discuss
Quality assurance confirms benefits of MRI-guided radiotherapy
December 30, 2015 -- Radiation oncologists are hailing the benefits of MRI-guided radiotherapy, having published a quality assurance program for their system. They claim the system is allowing them to hone their treatment margins and adapt to real-time changes in a patient's body.  Discuss
Make full use of MRI in ovarian cases, Italians urge
December 23, 2015 -- When it comes to ovarian tumors, MRI is an essential problem-solving tool because it's so efficient at detecting, characterizing, and staging adnexal masses and can have a major impact on patient management, according to a new Italian study.  Discuss
Radiology prepares for leading role at Arab Health 2016
December 21, 2015 -- As medical imaging continues to thrive throughout large parts of the Middle East, the radiological community is gearing up for Arab Health 2016, at which intervention, radiation protection, and pediatrics look set to dominate the agenda. European speakers also will play a critical part.  Discuss