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VIDEO: MRI Neuro-interventional Suite at Henry Ford Hospital

This is a quick look inside the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) neuro-interventional suite at Henry Ford Hospital in Detriot, Mich. This neuro-procedure room connects through a door to a traditional operating room and the patient can be transferred using a trolley cot system to move between the two rooms. The MRI is a Philips 1.5T Achieva and the MRI suite includes MRI-safe surgical instruments, furniture and anesthesia system.

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Radiology Imaging

Quality Assurance (QA) | February 06, 2013

A quality assurance test can be performed within one minute using IBA's MagicMaX QA system for X-ray machines. The system is designed to be simple to use and lightweight.

Radiology Imaging | December 20, 2012

At RSNA 2012, Hitachi featured its Echelon Oval 1.5T MRI system, which features the widest bore on the market at 74 cm, a wide table and the ability to perform non-contrast MR angiography exams. Hitachi also highlighted new features for its Scenaria CT system, which is upgradeable to a 128-slice system, offers new, faster iterative reconstruction software and cardiac imaging packages.

Cardiac Imaging | December 18, 2012

DAIC Editor Dave Fornell highlights the latest advancements that will impact cardiovascular imaging from the 2012 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting. RSNA is the largest medical imaging show in the world and most advancements are shown here first.

Radiology Imaging | December 14, 2012

ITN Editor Dave Fornell highlights his choices for the most innovative radiology technologies and trends at RSNA 2012. Choices include the first wireless ultrasound transducer, noiseless MRI, a 640-slice CT scanner and a printer than creates sculptures from 3-D datasets.

Digital Radiography (DR) | December 10, 2012

At RSNA 2012, Konica Minolta showed its three latest advances in digital radiography (DR) X-ray. The company featured its X70 radiography room, which centers around the Aero DR wireless detector. The room integrates to even locate where the DR detector is located. The company also highlighted its automatic stitching solution, 10 x 12 detector for pediatric and table use, and the Aero Sync solution that wirelessly synchronizes with X-ray generators to eliminate cables.

Quality Assurance (QA) | December 07, 2012

At RSNA 2012, IBA showcased several quality assurance (QA) solutions for radiology. The MagicMax is an all-in-one QA system for all X-ray systems, including digital radiography (DR), CT and mammography. The Primus L phantom is an all-in-one QA device for all digital X-ray imaging systems. IBA also offers the LXcan to QA diagnostic-quality black and white flat panel monitors, and the LX Chroma to QA color displays.

Computed Tomography (CT) | December 07, 2012

Neurologica demonstrated its BodyTom portable whole-body CT scanner during RSNA 2012. The system is the first mobile scanner that can be moved on casters from room to room and is battery powered. The system has an 85 cm gantry and a 60 cm field of view. Unlike traditional CT scanners, the gantry moves over the patient, rather than the patient table being moved through the gantry. This facilitates use in the operating room, where it is not easy to move a patient who may be connected to several devices.

Radiology Imaging | December 07, 2012

Imaging Technology News experts discuss the trends and latest technology they saw on the show floor and in sessions at RSNA 2012. Their discussions include some of the most innovative new devices and software to solve issues facing radiology today.

Digital Radiography (DR) | December 07, 2012

During RSNA 2012, SwissRay featured its new DDR Versa Motion Plus X-ray system. The technologist selects a body part to be images and the X-ray head automatically swings into the proper imaging position. The head includes a touch-screen where information can be entered at the patient bedside. Also featured were the DDR Cruze mobile DR X-Ray system and the DDR Shift retrofit kit that enables conversion of mobile CR systems to wireless DR.

Radiology Imaging | November 12, 2012

Imaging Technology News talks to Mark Watson, executive director of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), and Steve Drew, RSNA's executive director for scientific assembly and informatics, about the upcoming RSNA 2012 event, as well as what's ahead for radiologists in 2013.

Digital Radiography (DR) | September 19, 2012

Carestream is changing the DR game and putting you in control of the move to digital.

Digital Radiography (DR) | September 19, 2012

The Carestream DRX-Revolution is a mobile X-ray system on wheels powered by a wireless DRX detector.

Digital Radiography (DR) | September 19, 2012

See the versatility of the DRX Evolution room with the wireless DRX detector.

Digital Radiography (DR) | September 19, 2012

Carestream's DRX - transportable / field portable X-ray unit is designed and tested for the rigorous conditions of military, disaster and remote locations.

Digital Radiography (DR) | September 19, 2012

Jeannie Patterson, PSW at Hamilton General Hospital, explains some of the benefits of the Carestream DRX-Revolution mobile X-ray system, including its compact size, easy detector bagging, storage for markers, gloves, bags and wipes, and the swivel image head.

Computed Tomography (CT) | August 28, 2012

Dr. Web Stayman of Johns Hopkins University presents an overview of research he presented at the 2012 American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) annual meeting in Charlotte, N.C. It involves an iterative technique for computed tomography (CT) to better contend with implants to improve image-guided surgery or interventions. The technique takes knowledge about the components and integrates it into the reconstruction to eliminate artifacts.

Mammography | August 28, 2012

Dr. Sabee Molloi from the School of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine, worked with a team on a study using spectral mammography to develop a quantitative technique to measure volumetric breast density. Their technique also enables a lower dose to be used for a screening mammogram. Two members of the team, Justin Ducote and Huanjun Ding, describe the research, which they presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine.

Nuclear Imaging | July 26, 2012

Speaking with ITN Editorial Director Helen Kuhl at the SNM annual meeting in Miami Beach, Fla., in June, incoming president Frederic H. Fahey, DSc, explains the reasoning behind the society's name change from Society of Nuclear Medicine to Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. He also shares highlights of the successful 2012 event.

Nuclear Imaging | July 26, 2012

Incoming president Frederic H. Fahey, DSc, describes the primary initiatives the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging will be undertaking during the coming year, during an interview with ITN Editorial Director Helen Kuhl at the society's annual meeting in June. These include growing global initiatives, including more involvement in developing countries, plus continued education and efforts with regard to radiation dose and dose optimization.

Nuclear Imaging | July 26, 2012

Frederic H. Fahey, DSc, incoming president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, shares his views about significant trends in the field, including the emergence of new amyloid imaging agents and other new agents, radionuclide therapy and the ongoing focus on quality and safety.

Mammography | March 30, 2012

Philips' new Microdose digital mammography system provides comfort for the patient, efficiency for the physician and department manager, plus 50 percent less dose.

Breast Imaging | March 30, 2012

Gary Levine, M.D., program chair/incoming president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, gives an overview of current trends in technology, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, and regulatory activity that will impact women's health.

Women's Health | March 30, 2012

Gary Levine, M.D., program chair/incoming president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, discusses legislation regarding breast density at the 22nd annual National Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference (NCoBC), held in Las Vegas in March.

Women's Health | March 29, 2012

Gary Levine, M.D., program chair/incoming president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, discusses how breast centers can use social media to educate the public regarding breast health and their services at the 2012 NCoBC meeting, held in Las Vegas in March.

Women's Health | March 29, 2012

Gary Levine, M.D., program chair/incoming president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, discusses the emergence of interoperative radiation therapy (IORT) at the 22nd annual National Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference (NCoBC), held in Las Vegas in March.

Women's Health | March 29, 2012

Gary Levine, M.D., program chair/incoming president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, discusses the role of politics on women's health in an election year, during the 2012 National Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference (NCoBC), held in Las Vegas in March.

Printers | February 14, 2012

The Cypher PS print server and Canon imagePRESS C1+ digital printing solution is a cost-effective answer that enables radiology departments to print high-quality digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) images on various types and sizes of paper. This digital printing solution helps to cut the cost of expensive film usage by providing a low-cost, high-quality alternative. This system enables practices to save time and money while expediting the sharing of exam results among medical teams and patients. Not only will this digital printing solution output high-quality DICOM images, but it also enables use as a departmental printer for a variety of documents. For more information: www.usa.canon.com/cypher

Advanced Visualization | February 13, 2012

The Chicago Zoological Society's (CZS) Brookfield Zoo is the first North American zoo to use 3-D advanced visualization imaging technology. This video shows a video fly-through of reconstructed 3-D computed tomography (CT) images of an aardvark, Humboldt penguin and African crested porcupine. The zoo is using Web-based software from Vizua. For the related story, visit http://www.itnonline.com/article/first-us-zoo-begins-using-3-d-imaging-t...

Radiology Imaging | March 22, 2011

Advanced breast imaging capabilities added elastography to the list, fused MR/CT image data combined with angiography navigation systems to guide percutaneous oncology, and 3.0 Tesla MR debut at the 2009 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). All these innovations headlined the news at RSNA. To find out where these trends are leading radiology and radiation oncology, Imaging Technology News spoke with The MarkeTech Group's (TMTG) CEO and Founder Dr. Christian Renaudin. In an exclusive interview, Dr. Renaudin analyzes what these key market trends mean to diagnostic imaging. The MarkeTech Group is a CASRO certified international marketing research and consulting firm focused exclusively on medical technology.  As a leading ad hoc Voice-of-Customer solution provider in medical imaging, The MarkeTech Group attends the annual RSNA meeting to investigate what new technological innovations in diagnostic imaging manufacturers are displaying on the show room floor. For more information: www.themarketechgroup.com