Feature | February 01, 2019 | A.J. Connell and Dave Fornell

Most Popular Imaging Technology Content in January 2019

The top article from January was about researchers in Sweden using computed tomography (CT) to image the soft tissue of an ancient Egyptian mummy’s hand down to a microscopic level. Non-destructive imaging of human and animal mummies with X-rays and CT has been a boon to the fields of archaeology and paleopathology. Most popular radiology articles and news in January 2019.

The top article from January was about researchers in Sweden using computed tomography (CT) to image the soft tissue of an ancient Egyptian mummy’s hand down to a microscopic level. Non-destructive imaging of human and animal mummies with X-rays and CT has been a boon to the fields of archaeology and paleopathology.

February 1, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology News (ITN) magazine website from the month of January 2019. This is based on website’s 200,363 pageviews for the month:

1. CT Technique Expands Possibilities of Imaging Ancient Remains

2. First Arterial and Venous Atlas of the Human Brain Released

3. Machine Learning Uncovers New Insights Into Human Brain Through fMRI

4. FDA Clears United Imaging Healthcare uExplorer Total-Body Scanner

5. How to Market Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Software

6. New Pathology Guideline Advances Accuracy in Breast Cancer Testing

7. Brachytherapy Alone Superior Treatment for Intermediate-Risk Prostate Cancer

8. Electronic Brachytherapy Effective in Long-Term Study of 1,000 Early-Stage Breast Cancers

9. Shimadzu Medical Systems USA Acquires Core Medical Imaging

10. Artificial Intelligence Pinpoints Nine Different Abnormalities in Head Scans

11. Artificial Intelligence Used in Clinical Practice to Measure Breast Density

12. Novel Technique May Significantly Reduce Breast Biopsies

13. Digital Mammography Increases Breast Cancer Detection

14. Southern Asia's First Proton Therapy Center Begins Treatments

15. VIDEO: Researchers Use MRI to Predict Alzheimer's Disease — Interview with Cyrus A. Raji, M.D.,

16. VIDEO: AI in Tumor Diagnostics, Treatment and Follow-up — Intercview with Julius Chapiro, M.D.

17. Artificial Intelligence Shows Potential for Triaging Chest X-rays

18. Achieving Optimum Reject Rate in Digital Radiography

19. VIDEO: Personalizing Breast Care with Invenia ABUS 2.0

20. Philips Launches Azurion With FlexArm Angiography System
 

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