Automated lung CT analysis predicts COVID-19 outcomes
November 19, 2020 -- Automated assessment of ground-glass opacities on lung CT exams in patients with suspected COVID-19 correlates well with clinical outcomes and shows potential as an objective biomarker for evaluating the severity of lung injury, according to research published online on 13 November in Anaesthesia Critical Care & Pain Medicine.  Discuss
Magic in our hands: 3D printing comes of age
November 19, 2020 -- 3D printing is set to play an increasingly important role in clinical practice due to the wide range of applications for surgical planning and therapy as well as education and training in different branches of medicine, researchers from Serbia have reported.  Discuss
Could 4D MRI be a major leap forward for fetal imaging?
November 18, 2020 -- Scientists from King's College London have used 4D MRI to measure volumetric blood flow. They reconstructed multiple 3D images into cine loops that simulate fetal heartbeats.  Discuss
Materialise secures CE Mark for ortho applications
November 13, 2020 -- Belgian software developer Materialise has secured the CE Mark for its orthopedic and craniomaxillofacial 3D printing applications.
Hermes licenses ClinFlows' image data transfer software
November 11, 2020 -- Swedish nuclear medicine software developer Hermes Medical Solutions has signed an agreement to license ClinFlows' decidemedical image data transfer platform.
BrainTale receives cash injection
November 11, 2020 -- Medical device and software developer BrainTale has raised more than one million euros in its first financing round.
European group seeks to create quality 3D-printed PPE
November 9, 2020 -- A group of European organizations has banded together to design high-quality 3D-printed personal protective equipment (PPE) that meets standards set by the European Union, according to a 3D Printing Media Network news story.
Dutch group makes use of 3D printing to study bacteria
November 2, 2020 -- Leiden University researchers have used 3D printing to produce complex microswimmers and other complex structures that assist with the study of bacteria in water, according to an article posted on 2 November by 3D Printing Industry.
Dutch use molecular scan to find new salivary glands
October 30, 2020 -- A group from the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam has used PET/CT with a radiopharmaceutical based on a prostate-specific membrane antigen to discover a pair of salivary glands. Sparing these glands during radiation therapy may prevent treatment side effects and improve quality of life for head and neck cancer patients.  Discuss
MIM Software receives CE Mark for SPECT software
October 21, 2020 -- Medical imaging software developer MIM Software announced it has received the CE Mark for its quantitative SPECT reconstruction software SPECTRA Quant and vendor-neutral SPECT reconstruction method SPECTRA Recon.
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16th European Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM 2021)
August 24-27, 2021
Goettingen Germany