Dallas-based MedCognetics and its academic R&D partners will have $750,000 more to spend refining diversity-calibrated AI for early detection of breast cancer, thanks to the NIH’s “AIM-AHEAD” initiative.
A multidisciplinary center dedicated to early detection of cancer in ostensibly healthy individuals has demonstrated the soundness of its founding concept, cost-effectively catching cancers of many kinds before the onset of symptoms.
The executive branch of the European Union has launched a major project to aggregate cancer imaging data from across the continent so it can be readily tapped by healthcare providers, medical schools and industry innovators.
This is a clinical photo gallery of fetal imaging that explains what all can be seen on medical imaging, how sex is determined, how measurements are used to track the development of a baby and how potential issues can be diagnosed. It includes examples of fetal ultrasound, the primary imaging modality used during gestation, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and some rare images of fetal computed tomography (CT).
Incoming AAPM President Ehsan Samei, PhD, FACR, chief imaging physicist for Duke University Health System, helped develop two specialized radiology phantom astronauts to measure how much radiation NASA astronauts will receive on future Artemis missions to the Moon and beyond.