Publications & Research

Displaying publications and research on ALL modalities and ALL issues
  • A tumor also known as neoplasm is a growth in the abnormal tissue which can be differentiated from the surrounding tissue by its structure. Show Preview
  • Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) has become one of the major research subjects in medical imaging and diagnostic radiology. Show Preview
  • The 2012 Summer School of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) focused on optimization of the use of ionizing radiation in medical imaging. Show Preview
  • Handheld devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers have become widespread with thousands of available software applications. Show Preview
  • This article examines the challenges associated with making acoustic output measurements at high ultrasound frequencies (>20 MHz) in the context of regulatory considerations contained in the US Food and Drug Administration industry guidance document for diagnostic ultrasound devices. Show Preview
  • Researchers from Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich found that patients with detectable vascular changes on whole-body MRI faced a 20% chance of a major adverse cardiac and cerebrovascular event (MACCE) in three years. Show Preview
  • Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) developed the Dementia Prognosis Index (DPI) software as a way of quantifying information derived from PET scans and improving the modality’s ability to predict whether a patient will develop Alzheimer’s disease. Show Preview
  • The outcomes of a 2011 Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) conference helped shape considerations about what might be the most appropriate pathways for the regulatory and payment considerations of new PET radiopharmaceuticals. Show Preview