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UCL INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Medical Imaging Methods

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Global portable X-ray and CT scan devices market 2015 by Market Research Store

Portable X-ray and CT scan devices are used for patients who are immobile or have limited mobility because of various reasons. Portable X-ray and CT scan devices are wireless communication interface devices that have a long battery life and have… Read more →

Researchers map out surgical anatomy, approaches for auditory brainstem implant placement

A technique called auditory brainstem implantation can restore hearing for patients who can’t benefit from cochlear implants. A team of US and Japanese experts has mapped out the surgical anatomy and approaches for auditory brainstem implantation in the June issue… Read more →

Visage Imaging Receives FDA Clearance for Visage Ease Pro

Visage Imaging Inc. (“Visage”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pro Medicus Ltd. (ASX:  PME), has announced it has received FDA 510(k) clearance for the use of Visage Ease ProTM for mobile diagnostic interpretation of all imaging modalities except mammography. Visage… Read more →

Scripps Proton Therapy Center reports exceptional results in treating patients with pencil-beam scanning

The nation’s first and only proton therapy center to treat patients exclusively with pencil-beam scanning is reporting exceptional results in delivering cancer treatment since opening for patient care just more than a year ago.

Carl Rossi, M.D., medical director of… Read more →

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Here’s a Startup Bringing Virtual Reality to Healthcare

MRIs and CT-scans are the default when it comes to gaining insight about a patient’s body, but there is one nagging problem with these images.

They provide a 2-D view whereas the human body is three dimensional. Now, several companies… Read more →

Smartphone microscope lens that costs just pennies to make

Microscopes can be expensive pieces of gear, making access difficult – or non-existent – for students and medical staff in isolated and poorer locales. To help address this, researchers at the University of Houston (UH) have fashioned a lens designed… Read more →

Researchers create microscope allowing deep brain exploration

A team of neuroscientists and bioengineers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have created a miniature, fiber-optic microscope designed to peer deeply inside a living brain.

The researchers, including scientists from CU-Boulder, published details of their revolutionary microscope… Read more →

2015 MDEA Finalists: Profess System

The PROFESS System, manufactured by Stryker Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), is an intraoperative guidance system used in intranasal and sinus surgery to track and display the intraoperative location of surgical instruments relative to a CT image.

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Electron microscopes close to imaging individual atoms

Today’s digital photos are far more vivid than just a few years ago, thanks to a steady stream of advances in optics, detectors, and software. Similar advances have also improved the ability of machines called cryo-electron microscopes (cryo-EMs) to see… Read more →

LaVision BioTec reports on the research work of the Milan-based Iannacone Laboratory to study virus responses using intravital microscopy

LaVison BioTec, developers of advanced microscopy solutions for the life sciences, report on the research of Dr Matteo Iannacone of the San Raffaele Scientific Institute in Milan where intravital microscopy is being applied to the study of host-viruses and associated… Read more →

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