Image analysis with 3D modeling aids wound healing October 24, 2017 -- Researchers have proposed a novel approach to chronic wound healing that involves image analysis combined with 3D modeling and bioprinting. They have used wound images from patients with diabetes, burns, and metabolic conditions that can cause tissue death. Discuss
Photorealistic imaging bolsters knowledge October 23, 2017 -- With each new publication, the high quality of cinematic rendering and its power for lifelike visualization of medical images continues to impress the radiology community. But studies demonstrating its usefulness in the clinical environment now must play catchup, according to researchers. Discuss
Schönberg: Spirit of innovation must continue unbroken October 6, 2017 -- The new president of the German Radiological Society (Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft, DRG), Dr. Stefan Schönberg, reflects on the changes taking place in the fast-moving world of medical imaging and shares his thoughts on the challenges ahead. Discuss
Imaging work recognized in Nobel Prize in chemistry October 4, 2017 -- The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry 2017 to three researchers who developed cryo-electron microscopy to improve the imaging of biological molecules.
Mirada Medical, BTG extend partnership September 27, 2017 -- Imaging software developer Mirada Medical has signed a three-year master service agreement with international healthcare firm BTG for multiple projects to support BTG's portfolio of interventional medicine products.
GE highlights Voluson E10 upgrades at ISUOG September 22, 2017 -- GE Healthcare highlighted upgrades to its Voluson E10 ultrasound device at the recent International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) meeting in Vienna.
Why all the hype over 3D printing? Plus how to do it September 21, 2017 -- As specialists in the viewing, manipulation, and interpretation of 3D medical datasets, radiologists are in the ideal position to exploit the full potential of 3D printing, but their lack of knowledge of the process could hold them back, according to researchers from a top London hospital. Discuss