Micro-CT unveils secrets of animal mummies
August 20, 2020 -- U.K. researchers have used 3D micro-CT to uncover the internal features and material composition of three mummified animals from ancient Egypt. The cobra, kitten, and Eurasian kestrel that were scanned come from the collection of the Egypt Center at Swansea University. Read More
3D printing transforms congenital heart disease diagnosis
August 19, 2020 -- The emergence of 3D printing, along with volume rendering and 3D modeling software, is making it easier to define complex cardiovascular anatomy and extracardiac vascular structures, and these technologies now play a pivotal role in the diagnosis of congenital heart disease, award-winning Spanish researchers have reported. Read More
Virtual reality can improve patient experience in MRI
August 19, 2020 -- Virtual reality technology could significantly improve the patient experience during MRI scans and help to mitigate claustrophobia, according to research from a top U.K. facility presented at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine virtual conference. Read More
Virtual reality simulation boosts radiographer training
August 19, 2020 -- 3D virtual reality (VR) simulation software can be a valuable pedagogical tool for radiography students, improving their confidence in performing a variety of radiographer tasks, according to research published online on 13 August in Radiography. Read More
Brainlab brings ExacTrac Dynamic to U.K.
August 19, 2020 -- Image-guided surgery developer Brainlab has installed its ExacTrac Dynamic radiation therapy patient positioning and monitoring system at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, U.K. Read More
Augmented reality's role expands in MRI
August 17, 2020 -- Augmented reality enables MRI users to control scanners wirelessly and visualize images in 3D, all while keeping patients in direct sight, researchers reported at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine virtual conference. Read More
German team makes progress in localizing anatomical ROIs
August 14, 2020 -- German researchers have developed a method designed to accurately and robustly localize anatomical regions of interest (ROIs) for 3D medical data. They have presented their findings at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine virtual conference. Read More
Digisonics integrates with Pie analysis software
August 13, 2020 -- Image management firm Digisonics has partnered with imaging software firm Pie Medical Imaging to provide image analysis and structured reporting for cardiac catheterization, MR, and CT studies. Read More
Random Walk debuts MRI analysis software at ISMRM 2020
August 12, 2020 -- MRI software developer Random Walk Imaging introduced dViewr for analyzing MRI scans at this week's International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) virtual meeting. Read More
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