Medical imaging

‘In-body GPS’ that can help track tumours

ReMix is a wireless system that works like an “in-body GPS”. ReMix can pinpoint the location of ingestible implants inside the body using low-power wireless signals, according to researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) who developed the system in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).In animal tests the research team, led

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Portable Ultrasound Enables Anytime, Anywhere Imaging

Point-of-care and smartphone-enabled sonography devices can streamline care and engage patients. You might call handheld ultrasounds the Swiss army knife of medical technology. They offer access to imaging in the field, where console tech isnt available or practical. And for medical training, they bring the pages of anatomy and physiology textbooks to life.Theyre especially handy

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What It Takes to Introduce Tech-Driven Patient-Centered Care in Radiology

The pivot to patient-centric programs will require tools that are available already and others that are on the horizon. People typically imagine a radiologist as a professional sitting in a dark room in semi-isolation, so it may seem odd that radiology is even contemplating joining the patient-centric movement. But patient-centered care has infiltrated the healthcare

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Augmented intelligence: The next frontier in health imaging

New imaging techniques are helping radiologists, cardiologists, oncologists and other diagnosticians with greater anatomical and clinical details, highlighting the need for fast access to imaging reports and results and collaborative workflows. Augmented Intelligence can ease the workload on health imaging experts and simultaneously improve their performance. AGFA HealthCare reached out to senior radiologists, surgeons and

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