Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used to assess mesothelioma patients, which is also known as ‘asbestos cancer’, is a new system that could revolutionise how patients are cared for in Scotland, which has the highest incidences of mesothelioma in the world.
A group of scientists from 13 hospitals in China have trained a deep learning algorithm to detect cancerous tissue from a range of ultrasound images which could speed up the detection of cancer and help save lives.
Researchers have found that although 3D (also known as volumetric) imaging technology is used in medical settings, the images captured during the scanning process are more often than not displayed on a 2D monitor.
The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has become the first of eight NHS trusts in the UK to deploy a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) from international medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra.
Across Europe and the US, teleradiology has been successfully used as a modern method of diagnosing diseases, and online counselling has become an integral part of the medicine of the future. But what exactly is teleradiology, and why is it needed?
The global market for medical imaging solutions that deploy artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been predicted to expand by almost a third each year over the next six years, according to a new report.
A new imaging technology the size and cost of an ultrasound scanner but as accurate as MRI and CT scans is currently in commercial development.
Cancer researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a new and advanced computing technique that uses routine medical imaging to enable doctors to take fewer and more accurate tumour biopsies.
A new survey conducted by the Covid-19 Healthcare Coalition has found that many doctors are enjoying using telehealth technology and want to continue working in this way.
An NHS pilot project is now taking place in Greater Manchester, investigating the use of a web platform that allows people to keep their data in a Personal Online Data Store (or Pod), part of plans to give patients control of medical data while ensuring it can be shared with the healthcare professionals who need access to it.