Digital Radiography News

Study Discovers Altered Brain Connections in Epilepsy Patients…

Based on a new study published online in the journal Radiology, patients with the most prevalent form of focal epilepsy have widespread, abnormal connections in their brains that could offer clues toward diagnosis and treatment. Temporal lobe epilepsy is defined by seizures stemming from the temporal lobes, which are situated on each side of the brain just above the ear. Previously, experts believed that the condition was associated to isolated injuries of structures ... Read more

Brain Imaging Displays Dynamic Changes Caused by Pain …

A study set to be featured in the upcoming December issue of Anesthesiology suggests a part for brain imaging in the evaluation and potential treatment of chronic pain. University of Michigan researchers are the very first to employ brain imaging ... Read more

Hidden Dinosaur Fossil Re-constructed via X-ray …

German researchers employed a CT scanner and a 3-D printer to re-create a copy of a dinosaur fossil that has been wrapped up in protective plaster for decades, with the real trick being that they could accomplish such a feat without ever removing ... Read more

New MRI Offers more Space, Less Claustrophobic for …

One common complaint patients make is how tight and claustrophobic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines feel. Therefore, Bronson Advanced Radiology Services has introduced a new MRI that is more spacious to suit the comfort of their ... Read more

Clinical Predictors of Acute Urinary Symptoms …

A provisional study conducted by Italian researchers revealed that utilizing a modeling program in conjunction with IPSS and dosage measure can foretell the seriousness of acute urinary symptoms in patients with early prostate cancer who have ... Read more

IMT makes Treatment of Pelvic Nodes Individualized by …

Based on a recent study performed by a group of researchers from Tubingen and Munich in Germany, treatment of pelvic nodes in individualized by inclusion of sentinel nodes (SN) can be easily incorporated into an IMRT-based treatment plan. The ... Read more

Tablet-based Ultrasound System Directed for …

A new tablet-based ultrasound system built to meet and achieve all applications in the point-of-care field, which is among the fastest growing medical field in the healthcare industry. Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung ... Read more

Success of Radiation Delivery Dependent upon Balloon …

Based on a recent study conducted at the University of Colorado Cancer Center and published in the journal Physics in Medicine and Biology reveals that endorectal balloons generally used during exact radiation treatment for prostate cancer can ... Read more

New PET Provides Improved Imaging and Reconstruction …

New positron emission tomography (PET) image reconstruction technology has been designed to provide better image quality, reduced acquisition time, and lower injected agent dose. Present PET iterative reconstruction technologies, such as ... Read more

Oxygen Levels in Tumors Influence Patient Response to …

Based on a recent study conducted by researchers from the Manchester Cancer Research Centre, the genetic make-up of a patient’s tumor could be used to personalize their treatment and help determine whether they would benefit from receiving ... Read more

Lung Damage Common in RA
 …

Researchers from the Shin-Yokohama Yamasaki Clinic, report that almost half of rheumatoid arthritis patients show pulmonary abnormalities in computer-assisted tomography (CT) chest scans. “Of 355 patients studied, high-resolution CT revealed ... Read more

Lung Cancer Effectively Detected by 3D Optical …

A new study has revealed that a new mechanized three-dimensional (3D) cell-imaging platform could effectively identify lung cancer in sputum samples with high rates of sensitivity and specificity. The Cell-CT technology, developed by VisionGate, ... Read more

Patients with Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases …

Based on new research published in the November issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, patients who fail to respond to existing first-line and second-line treatments for colorectal cancer liver metastases, also known as salvage patients, ... Read more

Page 10 of 109

These signals are relayed buying clomid online safe which then is by a number of such as medial preoptic and paraventricular nulcei.
javporn.cc