Digital Radiography News

Axis Surgical presents its C-MOR Visualization Device to help surgeons in …

Axis Surgical Technologies, Inc. launched its C-MOR Visualization Device to be used in spine procedures. The device is a self-contained portable imaging tool that acts as a standard arthroscopy device. However, the device has improved features considering its size and cost. The hand-held, light-weight device provides physicians with convenient intra-operative visualization and maximum operability in one hand. The C-MOR represents a distinctive and cost-effective imaging ... Read more

Ikonisys highlights its digital fluoroscopy system…

Ikonisys, Inc., a provider of diagnostic solutions, mentioned that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued the company's United States Patent No. 7,660,454 named “Process for identifying FISH signals.” The "454 ... Read more

A new Ultrasound system would treat bone and joint pain…

A new ultrasound device developed with several interesting features such as being light, smaller in size than most iPods, would allow delivering of low-intensity ultrasound therapy for about 10 hours. This device would aid patients by improving pain ... Read more

MRI scans available at Mildura starting from next month…

Mildura clinic announced that it has installed MRI device for the first time in the city. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans are applied in diagnosis of several conditions including bone, ligaments, muscle injuries and cancer. Currently, Mildura ... Read more

Shortage of oncologists is affecting cancer treatment …

According to a national survey on oncology services, there is a significant difference between patients, diagnosed with cancer, who were receiving cancer treatment, and the rest of patients who do not have the treatment. Associate Professor Bogda ... Read more

Toshiba Introduced Advanced MRA Brain Imaging Solution…

Toshiba America Medical Systems introduced Variable True Rate Angiography with Combined Encodings (V-TRACE), in order to help health care facilities diagnose disease with greater accuracy and speed. V-TRACE streamlines MRA brain imaging by acquiring ... Read more

Omnysx celebrates the launch of Global Collaborators …

Omnyx mentioned that the Global Collaborators Program was launched aiming to apply advanced digital pathology products for clinical Use. Omnyx, a joint ventrue resulted of cooperation between GE Healthcare, and The University of Pittsburgh Medical ... Read more

FC would offer physicians better diagnosis of brain …

According to a study carried out by neurologists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, a brain scanning technique called resting-state functional connectivity (FC) would allow clinicians to detect and even expect the effects ... Read more

ECS experts discuss the risks of radiation doses …

Professionals of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), say that both cardiac nuclear imaging and computed tomography angiography (CCTA) are still offering help in cardiac disease diagnosis. However, the risks associated with the application of ... Read more

Major difference in the use of diagnostic imaging …

According to a new study, there is a significant difference among regions in the Unites States regarding the use of diagnostic imaging procedures such as CT scans, MRIs and PET scans. The study was published in the April issue of the American ... Read more

Image Analysis aims to move a step forward in the UK …

Image Analysis, the company specialized in producing computer-aided algorithms for MRI analysis, is targeting the NHS (National Health Service) to deploy its technology, which is applied widely in several countries in Europe. The company aims, by ... Read more

Why radiotherapy increases the risk for chronic heart …

A new study, carried out at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, is discussing the fact that radiotherapy, used for cancer treatment, would increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in later stages of life. This problem is becoming more and more ... Read more

Padding During CTA Can Lower The Radiation Dose…

According to a study in the American Journal of Roentgenology, reduced or no "padding" during ECG-triggered coronary CT angiography (CTA) results in a substantial reduction in radiation dose without affecting image quality and ... Read more

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