New research using medical imaging technology has indicated that Covid infections can have significant impacts on the brain, including shrinkage of important areas of tissue.

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One of the most ambitious projects ever attempted in the field of medical imaging was the detailed cross-section of a human body that would prove to be influential, lead to discoveries of errors in some of the most celebrated human anatomy textbooks but would also prove to be controversial.

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The UK will be the first country in the world to begin a pilot into a process designed to improve the ethical adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare.

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A video game that helps players to teach artificial intelligence systems to precisely identify a range of ocular diseases displayed in medical imaging has been patented.

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A team of researchers has been awarded £1 million to trial a new MRI scanning method that could significantly produce faster diagnoses of prostate cancer.

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There could be a greater focus on digital health technologies in 2022, after a recent report revealed medical professionals believe it could have a huge impact on healthcare provision.

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The pandemic caused some fundamental shifts in how we all work and live, and for many that meant working where we live, as companies all around the world scrambled to enable remote working, and the healthcare sector was no different.

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There could be a greater focus on digital health technologies in 2022, after a recent report revealed medical professionals believe it could have a huge impact on healthcare provision.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to detect whether patients suffering from Covid-19 are likely to require intensive care unit (ICU) treatment.

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A new AI application developed by the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience (KISN) in Norway can monitor eye movements, which could lead to the diagnosis of brain disorders, Medical Life Sciences News reports. The technology uses information from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to predict gaze direction and eye movement.

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