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News • Medical technology presentation

United Imaging showcases EU presence, AI-driven solutions at ECR 2024

United Imaging is showcasing its full portfolio of AI-empowered products at the ECR 2024 in Vienna. The company highlights its significant EU growth since establishing its regional HQ in 2019.

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News • Light-based imaging

Paving the way for minimally-invasive surgery without radiation

Using light instead of x-rays, a new imaging method from Philips is designed to advance navigation through a patient's blood vessels during minimally-ivasive procedures.

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News • Classification for coronary artery disease

Study: Photon-counting CT improves CAD assessment

Higher image quality, better spatial resolution: A new radiology study demonstrates how photon-counting CT imaging can improve evaluation of coronary artery disease.

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News • Imaging equipment

Fujifilm presents new MRI scanner at ECR 2024

Fujifilm Healthcare Europe will present its Echelon Synergy MRI system at the European Congress of Radiology 2024. The 1.5 T scanner employs AI features to enhance image quality and scanning speed.

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News • MRI, DR, mammography

High-end imaging equipment for NovaLife Polyclinic

On 9 December 2023, NovaLife Polyclinic, with over 15 years of experience in the private healthcare sector in Timișoara, proudly inaugurated its state-of-the-art branch in the vibrant capital city…

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News • Myelin visualisation

New MRI procedure makes multiple sclerosis visible

The loss of myelin sheaths in the brain is a hallmark of multiple sclerosis. Swiss researchers have now developed an MRI method that maps the condition of this nerve insulation layer more accurately.

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Article • Men are from Mars, women are from Venus

Sex differences in imaging cardiovascular disease

An interplanetary title for a quite down-to-earth topic: The symposium "Men are from Mars, women are from Venus" at the EACVI congress (European Association of Cardiovascular imaging) launched into the differences between the hearts of men and women. While the speakers could firmly establish that both sexes share the same home world, variations in their cardiac anatomy warrant a more…

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Article • Digital breast tomosynthesis

Transforming breast screening: The role of AI in improving reading workflow

While having more centers adopt digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) for breast cancer screenings into their practice is a positive change, it also presents some challenges for radiologists—particularly the increased number of images for radiologists to review. This challenge has paved the way for AI to offer innovative workflow solutions for radiologists that do not sacrifice accuracy.

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