Articles Related to radiology on Health Imaging Hub
On this page you will find all the articles related to radiology that have been published on Health Imaging Hub.
Based on a study recently published in the June issue of Academic Radiology, the assortment and prioritization of patients with severe chest pains may soon become a simpler process, as an introduction of a computer-aided simple triage (CAST) system for mechanical stenosis detection can correctly cla...
 
USA, June 26, 2013 - In an article in the July issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, the quarterly Masters of Radiology Panel Discussion focused on developing effective strategies for retaining control over imaging, much of which centered on how radiologists can and should demonstrate thei...
 
Seattle, USA, June 26, 2013 -  The creation of a regional VPN (virtual private network) allowed a hospital in Seattle to use image sharing technology to reduce the need for repeat imaging of trauma patients transferred from one institution to another. According to an article published online June 1...
 
Efficient imaging of the configuration of new blood-vessels giving way to invasive tumors is vital to the continued progress of antiangiogenetic therapy. Varieties of imaging techniques and antiangiogenic drugs have been applied in this field yet have failed to deliver on a consistent basis. Howeve...
 
Researchers at the UT Southwestern Medical Center have discovered that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of aortic atherosclerosis can foresee the risk of heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues in healthy people. The study, which was published in the June issue of Radiology, is the first of i...
 
Cincinnati, USA, June 20, 2013 - Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s hospital have developed new technology that they say can reduce radiation exposure from CT scans by as much as 37 percent, according to new research. Software that bases radiation use on patients’ weight and size helps administer saf...
 
During the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) annually held in Vienna, Austria, radiologists and retailers alike met together in a four-day conference to discuss and witness the innovations of the Radiology world. Siemens CT was the main attraction of the four-day conference as it stationed and o...
 
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 17, 2013 – Today at #MDCT2013, GE Healthcare showcased its innovative technologies designed to solve the toughest challenges in CT imaging. “The toughest CT challenges include cardiac CT for high heart rate patients or patients with highly calcified vessels, improving CT spec...
 
(June 17, 2013 ? Toronto, Ontario, Canada) RamSoft, a leader in RIS, PACS and Teleradiology solutions today announces that America?s Family Doctors has selected PowerServer Lite to manage their radiology department. America?s Family Doctors is a 3-facility urgent care practice that provides medical...
 
New York, N.Y, June 17,2013 - No matter where they have hidden, metastatic prostate cancer cells still express some of the same signaling as normal prostate cells; in some cases even more so, as with the PSMA enzyme. Harnessing this enzyme could mean the beginning of a new platform for prostate can...
 
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