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Imaging Biometrics highlights glioma study results

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Imaging Biometrics, a wholly owned subsidiary of IQ-AI, is highlighting results from a recent glioma study published in Neuroradiology. The study, led by Siem Herings, from Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands -- Herings is a member of the lab of Dylan Henssen, MD, PhD -- validates the benefit of the company's IB Rad Tech workflow software for distinguishing treatment effect from tumor progression in post-treatment glioma patients.

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The Role of Targeted Alpha Radionuclide Therapy in Modern Oncology

Open Medscience

Targeted Alpha Radionuclide Therapy precisely delivers potent alpha particles to tumors, maximising efficacy while sparing healthy tissues. The post The Role of Targeted Alpha Radionuclide Therapy in Modern Oncology appeared first on Open MedScience.

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Ascelia highlights Orviglance phase III study results

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Ascelia Pharma is highlighting results from a phase III study for its liver imaging drug candidate, Orviglance. The study showed superior performance for visualizing focal liver lesions with Orviglance compared with unenhanced MRI, with statistical significance for all study three readers ( Ascelia Pharma is developing the drug as a contrast agent for use in liver MRI in patients with severely impaired kidney function; Orviglance has been granted orphan drug designation from the U.S.

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Characterization of Microwave Generator Energy and Ablation Volumes Following Transarterial Embolization in an In Vivo Porcine Liver Model

JVIR

This study aims to characterize the relationship between ablation zone volume (AZV) and microwave ablation (MWA) energy in an in vivo porcine liver model following arterial embolization.

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Maximize Your Radiology Center’s Performance With Specialized Scheduling

Patient-centric scheduling can only be achieved through optimized radiology workflows, effective communications between staff and physicians, and, of course, through specialized schedulers. In this guide, we’ll take you through a step-by-step process to transform your radiology center into a high-performance hub of medical imaging.

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ARRS: CT findings illuminate effects of adulterated cannabinoids

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Particular CT imaging findings can help clinicians diagnose negative effects of the use of adulterated cannabinoids, according to research presented at the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) annual meeting. A team led by Nitai Bar, MD, of Rambam Healthcare Campus in Haifa, Israel, reported that suburothelial hemorrhage and intramural bowel hematomas found on CT imaging were indicative of coagulopathy linked to contaminated cannabinoids such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD (cannabidiol), CBG