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Medical Imaging Methods

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Gauss Surgical announces FDA 510(k) clearance of Triton Canister App for accurate surgical blood loss monitoring

Gauss Surgical has announced that the company has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for its Triton Canister App, the second core product in its Triton System™ portfolio, the world’s first and only mobile platform for real-time… Read more →

Smartphone-linked device to help diagnosis of vision-threatening conditions

A hand-held device that will allow ophthalmologists to look inside patients’ eyes to see the area of the retina that captures high-resolution images without first having to artificially dilate the pupils could make it easier to make earlier diagnosis of… Read more →

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New imaging technique could reveal secrets of organ development

A state-of-the-art imaging technique will allow researchers to study the growth and behaviour of individual organs in living animals.

Images showing the development of a human tumour implanted into a mouse, produced using the new device, have been published in… Read more →

Compact Imaging, IPIC to commercialize OCT biosensor

Compact Imaging Inc. has teamed up with the Irish Photonic Integration Center (IPIC) to bring compact optical biosensor technology to the market.

The company said its benchtop prototype MRO (multiple reference optical coherence tomography) technology enables tissue imaging and analysis… Read more →

Minimal device maximizes macula imaging

A smart and simple method developed at Rice Univ. to image a patient’s eye could help monitor eye health and spot signs of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, especially in developing nations. The patient-operated, portable device invented at Rice is… Read more →

Scientists have developed atomic force microscopy for imaging nanoscale dynamics of neurons

Researchers at the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience and Kanazawa University (Japan) have succeeded in imaging structural dynamics of living neurons with an unprecedented spatial resolution. – Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is a leading tool for imaging, measuring, and… Read more →

ESA’s Proba-V infrared sensor has a future in medicine and industry

The digital infrared sensor installed on the ESA’s Proba-V satellite is being adapted for use back home. While it’s currently being used to provide fresh pictures of the entirety of Earth’s flora every two days, its creators believe it’s well… Read more →

New X-ray diagnostic imaging designed to meet the needs of hospitals in developing countries

In developing countries, many hospitals have become cemeteries of medical equipment. Several radiology systems, often sent by international aid, may never be used due to the climatic conditions and the instability of electricity networks. In a matter of weeks, they… Read more →

Holographic 3D Cell Explorer & STEVE Set to Disrupt Cell Imaging (VIDEO)

Nanolive, a spin-out company from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, has developed a revolutionary new 3D microscope. The 3D Cell Explorer microscope uses holographic and tomographic imaging technologies which allow scientists to quickly image cells in 3D without prior chemical preparation, saving significant… Read more →

Hitachi Aloka Medical announces release of Ultrasound Bone Densitometry System at ECR 2015

Mr Minoru Yoshizumi, President of Hitachi Aloka Medical Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, is pleased to announce the release of EggQus, an extraordinary compact, portable Ultrasound Bone Densitometry System at the European Radiology Congress (ECR). Delegates will have the opportunity to see… Read more →

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