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FDA Grants Clearance for GE’s SIGNA 70T MRI

The Food and Drug Administration has awarded clearance to GE Healthcare’s SIGNA 70T MRI scanner, which has been deemed the most powerful...

UV-C Light Effective at Eradicating 99.9 % of COVID-19 Particles in MRI scanners

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University are experimenting with UV light as a way to disinfect imaging scanners.  In their...

New MRI Cleaning Device Adds Another Level of Protection Against COVID-19

To circumvent the COVID-19 safety obstacles presented with MRI scans, a group of Australian researchers has developed a low-cost MRI bore cleaning...

Patients Are Purchasing MRI Scans on Groupon. Why?

Imaging centers are peddling discounted scans through e-commerce sites such as Groupon. However, this marketing tactic is probably not giving patients the...

Is this backpack better than an fMRI?

Researchers from the University of California Los Angeles have created a portable, full-spectrum brain monitoring system that looks like a backpack. 

New Portable MRI Has High Brain Abnormality Detection Rate

A recent study from Yale University has discovered that a portable, low-field MRI is successful at assessing brain injury. 

Algorithm Predicts Neurodevelopment Issues in Babies

A new MRI software can predict brain development problems in newborn babies, including motor development disorders.  In a study...

Latino Patients Face Higher Rates of More Aggressive MS Than White Patients

A new study has found that Latino patients are more likely to develop multiple sclerosis at an earlier age and have suffered...

How Easy is it to Diagnose COVID-19 with a Chest X-ray?

Radiologists at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans have found that a certain characteristic on chest X-rays has a...
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