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News • Combining data science and machine learning

MRI image reconstruction: the next step for compressed sensing

US scientists and engineers have found a way to improve the performance of traditional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) reconstruction techniques, allowing for faster MRIs to improve healthcare.

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News • Separation between silicone and fat tissue

Algorithm improves MRI breast implant monitoring

In MRI-based monitoring of silicone implants, separation of silicone and fat tissue is challenging. A newly developed algorithm was designed to assist in the task.

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Article • “I, Algorithm“

Applying the 3 laws of robotics to AI in radiology

Ethical considerations continue to fuel the discussion around artificial intelligence (AI), a panel of experts showed at ECR 2022.

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News • Imaging AI

Photon-counting CT improves myeloma bone disease detection

New CT technology paired with artificial intelligence-based noise reduction offers superior detection of bone disease associated with multiple myeloma at lower radiation doses than conventional CT.

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News • Less risk, less costs

Portable spectroscopy devices could soon become reality

New method for the detection of alcohols combines zero- to ultralow-field nuclear magnetic resonance with the SABRE-Relay hyperpolarization technique.

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News • In-depth view at neurodegeneration

New 3D imaging approach looks into earliest stages of Alzheimer's

Novel 3D imaging could comprehensively characterize a part of the brain that shows perhaps the earliest accumulation of tau protein, an important biomarker for the development of Alzheimer's disease.

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Article • Hologic at ECR 2022

Painting a global picture of Women’s health

At ECR, companies routinely present their latest diagnostic solutions to the audience, and Hologic is no different. However, at this year’s congress, the manufacturer went beyond just showcasing new systems for women’s health. Additional focus topics were the mitigation of the pandemic impact on screening programmes and the situation of women around the world without access to advanced…

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Article • Imaging biomarkers, AI support and beyond

New tools for Covid-19 assessment

As knowledge about Covid-19 advances, so does the arsenal of techniques to predict, diagnose and follow up on the disease. At this year’s ECR, researchers presented a range of promising imaging modalities to keep track of Covid-19 symptoms, severity, and mortality, often including AI support to enhance or accelerate diagnostics.

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