Oncology Related Products

contrast-enhanced ultrasound, CEUS, liver cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, study, Advances in Contrast Ultrasound conference, ICUS
News | Ultrasound Imaging | September 12, 2016

September 12, 2016 — Tiny microbubbles are being used to more effectively...

cardio-oncology, echo strain assessment, echoinsight, epsilon

Epsilon's EchoInsight software helps analyze cardiac function by evaluating wall motion strain. 

Feature | Cardio-oncology | May 13, 2016 | Dave Fornell

Cardio-oncology is an emerging field that combines the expertise of both cardiology and oncology to assess and treat...

Carestream, Clinical Collaboration Platform, Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology
News | Enterprise Imaging | April 20, 2016

Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology (Appleton, Wis.) implemented Carestream’s Vue for Clinical Collaboration...

cancer immunotherapy, development, Axel Hoos, Nature Reviews, imaging
News | Oncology Related Products | March 31, 2016

In a paper published in Nature Reviews last week, Axel Hoos, M.D., Ph.D., laid out the current immunotherapy...

Pyrexar, buy back outside ownership, Person Medical, BSD-2000 Hyperthermia System

BSD-2000 image courtesy of Pyrexar Medical

News | Oncology Related Products | March 15, 2016

Pyrexar announced it has purchased back outside ownership from Person Medical (formerly BSD Medical), concluding a...

BTG, LC Bead LUMI, radiopaque embolic bead, Philips Healthcare, Live Image Guidance, liver cancer
News | Interventional Radiology | February 09, 2016

BTG plc and Royal Philips announced a significant milestone in their collaboration with the treatment of the first...

News | Contrast Media | February 04, 2016

Akrotome Imaging Inc. received a major award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in November to complete...

News | Prostate Cancer | December 31, 2015

Patients with prostate cancer are now being treated with minimally invasive, high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU...

spectral CT

Tyler Curtis, a graduate student, captures images from the spectral CT Graduate student Tyler Curtis captures images from the spectral CT.

News | Computed Tomography (CT) | December 30, 2015

Taken by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895, the first X-ray produced was of his wife’s hand. Roentgen received the first...

An example of Vessel Assist used to create vessel centerlines through a CTO to help guide revascularization in the cath lab.

Technology | Angiography | December 14, 2015

December 14, 2015 — As the field of interventional medicine grows, so do the challenges for clinicians to plan,...

Carestream, Vue Reporting, multimedia reporting, tumor assessment, RSNA 2015

Image courtesy of Carestream Health

News | PACS Accessories | November 20, 2015

Carestream’s newest native Vue Reporting module presents interactive hyperlinks to critical images and automatic...

HealthMyne Inc, Moffitt Cancer Center, imaging analytics technology agreement, thoracic oncology

Image courtesy of Siemens Healthcare

News | Analytics Software | October 06, 2015

October 6, 2015 — HealthMyne Inc., a clinical imaging informatics company, has agreed to a research and product...

UAMS, Vladimir Zharov, melanoma, theranostics, CTCs, nanoparticles
News | Ultrasound Imaging | September 14, 2015

September 14, 2015 — University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) researcher Vladimir Zharov, Ph.D., D.Sc.,...

ultrasound, microbubbles, delivery, absorption, drugs, pancreatic cancer, ICUS
News | Contrast Media | September 11, 2015

Tiny gas microbubbles can enhance the delivery and absorption of cancer drugs in patients with advanced pancreatic...

MedAustron, BEC, medPhoton, IRS, exacure, patient positioning, ion beam therapy

The Imaging Ring System from medPhoton is one part of the new patient positioning solution at the MedAustron Ion Beam Therapy Center.

News | May 11, 2015

Austrian ion beam therapy center MedAustron will be the first center globally to employ a new tandem solution from...

JAMA Surgery, pancreatic cancer, MRI, screening, high risk
News | April 27, 2015

A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-based screening program for individuals at high risk of pancreatic cancer...

MRI, sugar, cancer cells, Johns Hopkins, Jeff Bulte, Xiaolei Song

Normal cells (left) have far more sugar attached to mucin proteins than do cancerous cells (right). Mucin-attached sugar generates a high MRI signal, shown in red. Image courtesy of Xiaolei Song/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

News | March 30, 2015

Results of a Johns Hopkins study suggest magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could one day make biopsies more effective...

NOPR, CMS, PET, NaF-18, comment period, bone metastasis
News | March 17, 2015

The National Oncologic PET Registry (NOPR) Working Group submitted a formal request to the Centers for Medicare and...

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