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Medical Imaging Methods

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New medical imaging solution improves contrast, resolution and depth


A new advance in elastography from The Technology Partnership could lead to improvements in surgical procedures and enhance a doctor’s ability to navigate around the body during operations.

Elastography is a medical imaging technique that maps the elastic properties… Read more →

New screening program using CT scan technology can help better detect lung cancer in smokers

Long-time smokers and past smokers now have a more accurate way of detecting whether or not they have lung cancer thanks to a comprehensive lung cancer screening program that uses CT scan technology at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake… Read more →

Scientists detail how stereomicroscopy can help in assessing issues within gastrointestinal tract

A technology whose roots date to the 1800s has the potential to offer an extraordinary new advantage to modern-day medicine. In findings published this month in Nature Communications, Case Western Reserve scientists detail how stereomicroscopy can provide physicians an invaluable… Read more →

UCLA clinicians 3D print heart models to prepare for transcatheter valve replacements

Patients receiving transcatheter cardiac valve replacements tend to be more fragile than those getting open heart surgery. It is particularly important to place artificial valves accurately the first time to achieve optimal hemodynamic results, so clinicians at University of California… Read more →

ALPINION launches new E-CUBE Series ultrasound system

ALPINION Medical Systems Co., Ltd., announced today the launch of a new E-CUBE Series ultrasound system. Developed to enhance user experience and patient care in a range of clinical areas, the E-CUBE 15 EX produces superb image quality. With advanced… Read more →

Surgeons review GoPro HERO 3+ for use in the operating room

We’ve done many product reviews on Medgadget and have read many more on other sites, but the review of the GoPro HERO 3+ Black Edition camera by surgeons at the University of Chicago Medical Center and  Pritzker School of Medicine… Read more →

Philips Lumify, an app-based ultrasound system

Philips has unveiled a new ultrasound system that uses your own tablet as the display and interface. The Philips Lumify looks just like a typical transducer, but has a micro-USB plug on the far end. You simply download the Lumify app… Read more →

Medtronic Advisa SR SureScan MRI-conditional pacemaker approved in U.S.

The  Food and Drug Administration gave Medtronic approval to introduce the Advisa SR MRI SureScan sing-chamber pacemaker in the United States. The MRI-conditional device comes with a matching 5076 MRI lead, the combination allowing for magnetic resonance scans on any part… Read more →

Philips HeartModel A.I. brings anatomical intelligence to cardiac ultrasound

Philips is introducing HeartModelA.I., a new Anatomically Intelligent Ultrasound (AIUS) tool for advanced quantification, automated 3D views and robust reproducibility of cardiac ultrasound imaging. It is made available on the Philips’ EPIQ 7 ultrasound system, one of Philips’ top-of-the-line ultrasound… Read more →

OmniVision introduces CameraChip sensor for medical and industrial applications

OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: OVTI), a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, today announced a new ultra-compact CameraChip™ sensor for medical and industrial applications. The 1/18-inch OV6946 captures 400 x 400 pixel resolution images and video with excellent color… Read more →

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