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Spinal Cord Tumors

A spinal cord tumor is a noncancerous (benign) or cancerous (malignant) growth in or around the spinal cord. 10 % originate from the cells within the spinal cord; these cause a fluid-filled cavity...

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Instructional DVD reduces MRI scan patients' anxiety and improves scan quality

A DVD designed to help people prepare for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan, including guidance on how to relax, led to more successful scans. The patients receiving the DVD also felt less anxio...

Global Portable X-ray and CT Scan Devices Market 2015-2019

About Portable X-ray and CT Scan Devices Portable X-ray and CT scan devices are used for patients who are immobile or have limited mobility because of various reasons. Portable X-ray and CT scan devic...

Brain scan predicts autism outcome

MRI scan of toddlers indicates likely language ability.

Brain scan can guide autism diagnosis

MRI scan of toddlers indicates likely language abilities, which could aid in therapy choices.

Another epic fail: My patient portal doesn’t remember me

Last week, I went to the hospital for a follow-up scan. I had my first scan in May, right after an OB-GYN appointment. I was excited, way back then, because...

PET Scan for Psychotherapy

A study from Harvard Medical School investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital has identified for the first time changes in the metabolic activity of a key brain region in patients successfully t...

“I Smoke and I Am Not Going To Quit. My Physician Says I Need a CT scan. Do I?”

By ROBERT McNUTT, MD Case: I get asked by many who smoke or who have just quit smoking for help making the decision to have/not have a CT scan to screen for lung cancer. The man responsible for the qu...

Brain scan study shows clot-busting drug benefits stroke patients

(University of Edinburgh) A drug that breaks up blood clots in the brains of stroke patients could be used more widely than at present without increased risk, a brain scan study suggests.

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Ultra-Low-Dose Dual-Source CT Coronary Angiography with High Pitch: Diagnostic Yield of a Volumetric Planning Scan and Effects on Dose Reduction and Imaging Strategy.

Objectives: To evaluate the role of an ultra-low-dose dual-source computed tomography coronary angiography (CTCA) scan with high pitch for delimiting the range of the subsequent standard CTCA scan. Me...

Pelvic vein thrombosis with elevated D-dimer level and normal ultrasound scan of the femoral vein.

A 17-year-old female presented with an isolated pelvic vein thrombosis (PVT) which was not visualised at the first compression ultrasound scan of the femoral vein. Isolated PVT should be suspected whe...

Bone Scan Index as a prognostic imaging biomarker during androgen deprivation therapy.

Bone Scan Index (BSI) is a quantitative measurement of tumour burden in the skeleton calculated from bone scan images. When analysed at the time of diagnosis, it has been shown to provide prognostic i...

Chronic rhinosinusitis: correlation of symptoms with computed tomography scan findings.

Symptomatology, nasal endoscopy and Computerised Tomographic (CT) scan have been used to diagnose chronic rhinosinusitis. The value of disease severity score in the assessment of chronic rhinosinusiti...

The evaluation and comparison of kidney length obtained from axial cuts in spiral CT scan with its true length.

Increased size of kidney is the main symptom of pyelonephritis and renal ischemia in children. Ultrasound and computed tomography (CT) scan methods are the imaging methods for evaluating the urogenita...

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