3D printed shin bone cage helps avoid amputations August 4, 2020 -- CT scans are being used successfully to create 3D-printed shin bone cages that can help prevent amputations in patients with severe fractures, according to a news report in 3D Printing Media Network.
Swiss team uses AI to predict stroke treatment success July 29, 2020 -- Investigators from Geneva, Switzerland, have reported that artificial intelligence (AI) and radiomics can help to predict if a therapy approach for acute ischemic stroke will be successful. This might pave the way for personalized endovascular patient management. Discuss
Virtual reality shows promise for IR training July 27, 2020 -- Virtual reality technology could be an effective training tool for interventional radiology (IR), according to a letter to the editor published on 22 July in Academic Radiology.
Ziosoft reaches milestone with AI platform July 22, 2020 -- Advanced visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) software developer Ziosoft said that over 2,500 installations of its software have been made worldwide.
inHeart raises 3.7M euros for arrhythmia treatment July 6, 2020 -- French medical image analysis developer inHeart has raised 3.7 million euros in funding that it plans to use to boost commercial development of treatments for cardiac arrhythmias using medical imaging and artificial intelligence.
3D ultrafast ultrasound quantifies coronary blood flow July 1, 2020 -- The French developers of ultrafast Doppler coronary angiography have extended their approach, enabling 3D imaging and quantification of coronary blood flow in a single heartbeat. The technique has potential as a tool to measure coronary flow at the patient's bedside, they say. Discuss
MRI radiomics, AI distinguish GBM, brain metastasis June 30, 2020 -- The combination of radiomics and a machine-learning algorithm can be highly accurate for distinguishing between glioblastoma (GBM) and brain metastasis, aiding in the swift diagnosis of brain lesions on standard T1-weighted MRI, according to research published online on 24 June in Physica Medica. Discuss
Cinematic rendering transforms forensic imaging June 30, 2020 -- Once referred to as "3D on steroids," cinematic rendering has now become a powerful and effective tool to present pathologies found in postmortem CT for judicial reviews. That's the view of German researchers who have evaluated over 100 fractures and soft-tissue injuries. Discuss
AMRA teams up with National University of Singapore June 30, 2020 -- Swedish image analysis software developer AMRA Medical is collaborating with the National University of Singapore's Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine on a study aimed at improving the understanding of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.