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Medical Imaging Methods

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Milestones in microCT development: an interview with Alexander Sasov, CEO, Bruker MicroCT

Please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about MicroCT.

My name is Alexander Sasov, I’m the founder and managing director of Bruker MicroCT, which was originally a separate company called SkyScan. Until now, all of our instruments have kept… Read more →

Boston Scientific’s SpyGlass DS Direct Visualization System for ERCP wins FDA clearance

Boston Scientific today announced FDA clearance of its SpyGlass DS Direct Visualization System used for inspecting bile ducts and the pancreas. This is an upgrade to the original SpyGlass which introduced the ability for a single physician to perform ERCP (endoscopic… Read more →

MR Solutions adds new 4.7T system to cryogen-free, preclinical MRI imaging family

A new addition to the cryogen-free, preclinical MRI imaging family, the 4.7T model, is now available to order. It joins the 3T and 7T systems for superior soft tissue contrast and molecular imaging research. This has been brought to the… Read more →

Neuronetrix announces FDA approval of COGNISION System for clinical use

Neuronetrix today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance (K141316) from the United States Food and Drug Administration to market the COGNISION™ System for clinical use.

The COGNISION™ System is a portable device used to record electrical brainwaves from patients… Read more →

University of Tübingen, Mediso partner to develop whole body preclinical PET insert

University of Tübingen and Mediso Ltd announced today at the 4th Tübingen PET/MR Workshop to enter into a collaboration to develop a whole body preclinical PET insert based on silicon photomultiplier sensor technology. This system can be inserted into a… Read more →

OCT imaging company Michelson Diagnostics closes $3.8M of $6.1M Series B financing

Multibeam optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging system maker Michelson Diagnostics (Maidstone, Kent, England) has closed the $3.8 million (£2.5 million) first tranche of its Series B financing. This was led by global medical technology business Smith & Nephew (its strategic… Read more →

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Polhemus Microsensor 1.8 Offers Highly Precise Motion Tracking in Tiny Package (VIDEOS)

Polhemus (Colchester, VT) has unveiled its new motion tracking Micro Sensor 1.8 device that, as the name implies, is 1.8 mm in diameter – thin enough for use in minimally invasive vascular surgery. It monitors its movement in 3D using electromagnetic… Read more →

Revolutionary new probe zooms in on cancer cells

Brain cancer patients may live longer thanks to a new cancer-detection method developed by researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, at McGill University and the MUHC, and Polytechnique Montréal. The collaborative team has created a… Read more →

Probe can distinguish cancer cells from healthy brain in surgery

Researchers in Canada have developed a method of cancer detection with over 92 per cent accuracy. The advance, from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro), part of Montreal’s McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre, and Polytechnique… Read more →

Andor Zyla sCMOS camera enables instantaneous imaging of neuronal activity across whole organism for the first time

The speed, resolution and sensitivity of the Andor Zyla sCMOS camera has allowed the Vaziri research group in Vienna, Austria, to simultaneously image neuronal activity across an entire organism for the first time. This profound advance follows closely on their… Read more →

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