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Research & Innovation News

Innovation: patent-applications review

Our survey of the latest patent applications in medical imaging includes filings from Philips, Mindray, MGH and more.

No adverse impact for ultralow-dose SPECT

SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging dose can be slashed without adverse clinical impact.

PET/MRI: ideal for brain tumour imaging

PET/MRI could provide an optimal imaging approach for visualization and diagnosis of brain tumours.

Success for preclinical PET-MRI system

Pre-clinical PET-MRI insert with digital silicon photomultipliers demonstrates MRI compatibility.

Opinion

Biomedical imaging: current and future trends

Developments in biomedical imaging will see less emphasis on pushing quality limits and more on understanding how to use images to their full capacity, says John C Gore.

Ultrasound and MRI line up for 4D radiotherapy

The 4D Treatment Planning Workshop examined how ultrasound and MRI could be used to help deliver radiotherapy of moving and deforming targets.

Linac-MRI records first human images

Cross Cancer Institute achieves world's first MR imaging of a human subject using a clinical linac-MRI.

Advances in preclinical MRI technology

Recent advances in preclinical MRI technologies have escalated the extent of research that can be undertaken, explains MR Solutions' David Taylor.