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World's most powerful MRI scans first images of human brain

Medical Xpress: Radiology

The world's most powerful MRI scanner has delivered its first images of human brains, reaching a new level of precision that is hoped will shed more light on our mysterious minds—and the illnesses that haunt them.

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First 5T MRI to offer whole-body imaging scores FDA clearance

Health Imaging

Houston, Texas-based United Imaging announced the clearance of its uMR Jupiter 5T MRI system, the first to offer an 8-channel whole-body multi-transmit system.

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World’s Most Powerful MRI Machine Images Living Brain with Unrivaled Clarity

MedImaging Radiography

The world's most powerful MRI scanner has generated its first images of the human brain, demonstrating new precision levels that could shed more light on neurological diseases.

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Point-of-care decision support reduces unnecessary CT, MRI imaging

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A point-of-care, web-based clinical decision support tool shows promise for not only reducing the incidence of inappropriate CT or MR imaging but also patients' radiation exposure and even carbon emissions caused by unnecessary exams, researchers have found. "[Our The team's findings were published January 8 in Insights Into Imaging.

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ISMRM: Is low-field MRI coming of age for lung imaging?

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Low-field MRI can now detect many pathologies in the lungs that previous generations of MRI scanners failed to do, but there is still significant room for improvement once radiologists become more proficient at interpreting pulmonary 0.55-tesla

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MRI safety oversight: Gaps 'big enough to drive a truck through'

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MRI safety oversight is spotty at best, with gaps "big enough to drive a truck through," according to Tobias Gilk, founder of Gilk Radiology Consultants in Overland Park, KS, and senior vice president of Radiology-Planning in Mission, KS. MRI bed gurney accident, Kaiser Permanente Redwood City, CA. Image courtesy of Tobias Gilk.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Innovations and Advances in Contrast Agents

Open Medscience

Magnetic Resonance Imaging is advancing with AI, targeted contrast agents, and molecular imaging, enhancing diagnostics. The post Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Innovations and Advances in Contrast Agents appeared first on Open Medscience.