The Rise of AI: How Will the NHS Implement It?

The use of artificial intelligence in the medical imaging industry is an exciting advancement for medical professionals and patients alike. Since AI systems have been implemented in certain medical imaging processes, improvements in patient experience, volume...
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Q+A With Terry Jones

Tell me a little bit more about your background. I am a medical physicist who, from being initially based at the UK’s Medical Research Council’s Cyclotron Unit at Hammersmith Hospital, London, has, since 1968, been involved in...
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Pioneering Industry: Discover uEXPLORER with Terry Jones

The medical imaging industry has enjoyed a number of advancements over past years, pushing the industry towards far more accurate and efficient diagnostics and analytics for doctors and patients. With these advancements still making their way...
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Q&A With Dr. Hugh Harvey

The Medical Imaging Convention is the UK’s dedicated trade show for the medical imaging industry and will emanate from the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on the 26th and 27th of March 2019. With an educational stream...
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Pioneering Ideas Expected To Become Permanent Tools

The medical imaging industry is currently making huge leaps and bounds forward with regards to superior technology. Being able to provide faster and far more detailed and accurate image analysis is something that will eventually benefit...
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A Growing Threat Sees Growing Support

Since 2003, November has been a month of awareness and fundraising for prostate cancer thanks to the charity movement Movember. Originating in Australia before branching out to the UK, the charity shows a great awareness of...
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AI Continues to Push Medical Imaging Forward

There is a clear development towards AI and robotics becoming an integral part of everyday life in many industries, but none more so than the medical industry. With obvious applications for the groundbreaking tech in the...
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A Week of Medical Awareness

It was on 8th November back in 1895 that Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered the x-ray after working with a cathode-ray box and noticed a fluorescent glow around materials close to the box. As they say, the...
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Prysm Medical Moves to NEC to Cope With Unforeseen Demand

The Prysm Medical Portfolio is heading into its 7th year and is set for its biggest ever edition. The popularity has led to event moving to a new home at National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on 26th...
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Prysm Medical Celebrates International Day of Medical Physics

On the 7th November, 1867, the incredible Marie Curie was born and thus one of the most pioneering scientific minds was brought into the world. Her future research would eventually change the way we view radiation...
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HoloLens Used to Looks at Heart Scars in High Resolution

At the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, researchers have been investigating the use of the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset for visualizing myocardial scars during surgical interventions...
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RADIOLOGIST Q&A - Dr Maxine Murray, Consultant Radiologist

Find out more about MEDICA and radiology in their Q&A with Dr Maxine Murray, Consultant Radiologist...
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Why attend the Medical Imaging Convention 2018?

The Medical Imaging Convention is the UK’s dedicated trade show for medical imaging professionals and senior management teams...
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New study shows brain scans could diagnose neurological and psychiatric disorders

Functional connectivity magnetic resonance imaging could provide insight into variations in cognitive ability and personality traits....
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Agreement reached between Prysm Medical and Philips Healthcare

One-year agreement with UK’s largest medical exhibition on 6th & 7th June at ExCeL, London. Philips become headline sponsor of European Neuro Convention, Medical Imaging Convention and European Oncology Convention...
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The British Institute of Radiology launches new open access journal

Authors looking to publish their papers in a wholly open access journal need look no further than the newly announced BJR|Open, the latest in the portfolio of journals from the British Institute of Radiology....
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First wearable brain scanner invented

The new technology records the electromagnetic field produced by electrical currents in the brain....
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Can ultrasound improve cancer drug delivery?

A Norwegian biotech company is conducting research into using ultrasound to deliver cancer drugs more effectively....
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Study to test MRI-guided focussed ultrasound for Parkinson’s

The trial, being lead by the University of Maryland Medicine, is the final step before the FDA considering approving the new technology for widespread treatment....
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British Nuclear Medicine Society Spring Meeting

The 46th BNMS annual Spring meeting is being held on the 14th to 16th April at the ICC in Birmingham....
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London brain scanning project underway

The project aims to boost research on conditions such as autism and cerebral palsy....
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Focused ultrasound promising for treatment of Parkinson’s tremor

People with tremor-dominant Parkinson’s took part in a pilot study where twenty people were selected at random to be treated with focused ultrasound waves on their brains. ...
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Infrared laser beam detects skin cancer in less than 30 seconds

Skin cancer diagnosis can take weeks and is extremely upsetting for patients. However, a new imaging system can dramatically speed up the process of diagnosis and avoids sentinel-lymph node biopsies....
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PET scan shows where in the brain the earliest signs of Alzheimer's occur

Researchers at Lund University have, for the first time, convincingly shown where the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s occur in the brain....
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