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A New Ultrafast Camera With Multiple Applications

Researchers are developing a new ultrahigh-speed single-pixel camera. This new device, called single-pixel imaging accelerated via swept aggregate patterns (SPI-ASAP) is capable of streaming video at …

New Sensor Uses MRI to Detect Light Deep in the Brain

Using a specialized MRI sensor, engineers have shown that they can detect light deep within tissues such as the …

New Support for a Serotonin Deficit in Depression

Since the 1960s, researchers have postulated that major depression stems from disruptions in the serotonin neurotransmitter system, but the evidence for that idea, though plentiful, was indirect. In …

Researchers Gain a Better Understanding of How the Most Commonly Used ADHD Medication Works

For decades, doctors have treated kids with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with methylphenidate, a stimulant drug sold as Ritalin and Concerta, making it one of the most widely …

New X-Ray Technology Can Improve COVID-19 Diagnosis, Study Shows

Researchers have produced dark-field X-ray images of patients infected with the corona virus. In contrast to conventional X-ray images, dark-field images visualize the microstructure of the lung …

Women With Elevated Breast Cancer Risk Could See Mortality Benefit from Estrogen-Blocking Drugs

While it has long been recognized that drugs that block the cancer-promoting activity of estrogen reduce risk of developing new breast cancers, a new computer modeling study has shown that these …

Optimal Blood Tests for Development of New Therapies of Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study have identified which blood tests are best at detecting Alzheimer’s disease during the earliest stages, and also other another blood test that are is optimal for detecting relevant …

Tuberculosis and COVID-19 Lung Lesions Revealed by High-Resolution Three-Dimensional Imaging

Researchers report that a powerful imaging tool called microCT can be used to create a three-dimensional, or 3D, atlas of the spectrum of lung lesions in both tuberculosis and COVID-19, at …

Machine Learning Model Builds on Imaging Methods to Better Detect Ovarian Lesions

New research yields a novel method to use ultrasound to enhance machine learning’s ability to accurately diagnose — or rule out — ovarian …

Photon-Counting CT Shows More Post-COVID-19 Lung Damage

New CT technology outperforms conventional CT in detecting subtle damage in the lungs of patients with persistent symptoms of COVID-19, according to a new study. The technology could lead the way to …

Machine Learning Gives Nuanced View of Alzheimer’s Stages

Researchers used machine learning to pinpoint the most accurate means, and timelines, for anticipating the advancement of Alzheimer’s disease in people who are either cognitively normal or …

Imaging the Dynamic Cellular Zoo Made Easier

Researchers have genetically engineered a protein to emit the shortest-wavelength fluorescence light reported to date. They did this by optimizing the interactions between the fluorescence center …

Drinking During Pregnancy Changes Baby’s Brain Structure

A new MRI study revealed that consumption of alcohol even in low to moderate amounts during pregnancy can change the baby’s brain structure and delay brain …

New Imaging Technique in Animal Study Gives Insight to Popular Supplement’s Potential Role in Cancer Progression [Updated]

While previous studies have linked commercial dietary supplements like nicotinamide riboside (NR), a form of vitamin B3, to benefits related to cardiovascular, metabolic and neurological health, new …

Analysis of MRI Contrast Agents

Simulations reveal details about the magnetic interactions between gadolinium contrast agents used in MRI scans and their …

Targeting Refractory Prostate Cancer: A Novel Radiopharmaceutical Hits the Bull’s Eye

Researchers have found a new theranostic compound that effectively shrinks prostate tumor in mice. Theranostics is a cancer treatment that involves finding cancer cells anywhere in the body and …

Focused Ultrasound Treatment for Essential Tremor Highly Effective After 5 Years

A scalpel-free, high-tech form of brain surgery offers long-term relief for patients with essential tremor, a common movement disorder, a five-year review …

New Model Can Detect Long-COVID’s Effects Using Simple, 2D Chest X-Rays

Researchers have created an advanced model that can detect lung damage in long-COVID patients using a simple chest X-ray. The model takes data points from 3D CT lung scans and transfers them to be …

Possible Biological Explanation for Increased Cancer Risk in Dense Breasts

The risk of developing breast cancer is higher in what are known as dense breasts, which appear white in mammograms, than in nondense breasts, which appear grey. Researchers have now shown that there …

Rising Star Footballers Among Young Athletes to Benefit from New Screening Tool

Elite young athletes are set to benefit from a novel screening tool with the potential to change clinical practice by ruling out a serious heart condition frequently …

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Source link The field of medical imaging has experienced tremendous advances over the past few years, resulting in revolutionary new technologies that can detect and diagnose diseases, as well as monitor treatment. ScienceDaily reports on all the latest news, research and developments in the area of medical imaging.

ScienceDaily covers the full spectrum of medical imaging news, from the basics of the technology to clinical trials and case studies. It’s an invaluable resource for medical professionals, researchers, and the public to stay abreast of advances in this field.

Recent stories include research into improved medical imaging techniques based on artificial intelligence, an approach known as “smart imaging.” This technology can help medical providers and researchers detect minute changes in medical images, potentially leading to earlier diagnosis of diseases.

Other new and emerging technologies discussed by ScienceDaily include image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT), which uses sophisticated imaging technology to map out a patient’s unique anatomy, allowing the oncologist to deliver radiation treatments precisely to the tumor site.

Medical imaging news also covers new uses for imaging technology in the fields of genomics, genetics and epigenetics. By looking at a patient’s genes and the proteins that control them, medical professionals can potentially uncover new ways of diagnosing and treating illnesses.

ScienceDaily also delves into the ethical implications of medical imaging. With the development of imaging technologies, it is becoming increasingly important to consider how these technologies are used, and the potential risks they present.

With its comprehensive coverage of medical imaging news and research, ScienceDaily is an essential resource for anyone interested in the exciting developments occurring in this field and the implications for healthcare.

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