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ACNM 2022 - 67th Annual Meeting & Exhibition

2022 21 May

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Is your lab demonstrating its true value?

2018 22 Sep

Today’s clinical laboratory faces increased patient volumes, a rise in chronic illnesses and more educated patients demanding real-time information — all leading to rising costs. As a result, laboratories are often an easy target for budget cuts because decision makers are focused more on cost instead of total value. Solutions, such as headcount... Read more

Essential Guidelines for Medical 3D Printing: Patient Safety Comes First

2017 09 May

3D Printing is becoming progressively more accessible and is gaining momentum in several fields of medicine. From preoperative planning to developing innovative tools that enhance medical procedures, the endless possibilities in creating  3D anatomical models  make the technology highly seductive in the quest to help patients.  Ever since its inception,... Read more

3D Patient-Specific Modeling: Innovative Approach for Scoliosis Diagnosis

2017 30 Apr

Researchers at the University of Kragujevac have proposed a new, non-invasive 3D methodology to assess scoliosis It's a bright new day in Serbia. Researchers at the University of Kragujevac have proposed a new, non-invasive 3D methodology to assess scoliosis, in which spine measurements can be performed by limiting radiation exposure and human... Read more

How Pre-Operative Templating Could Have Prevented Severe Trendelenburg Gait

2017 28 Apr

Pre-operative templating would have permitted the identification of a more appropriate offset and avoided an extreme case of Trendelenburg Gait. Grant Shaw, Orthopaedic Surgeon at  Queen Alexandra Hospital  in Portsmouth, UK, describes the case of a new patient who presented with the worst case of Trendelenburg gait he had come across. Dr Shaw... Read more

Mindray Ultra-Wideband Nonlinear (UWN) Contrast Imaging Feature and Its Clinical Result

2016 20 Jan

Introduction   Ultrasound contrast imaging is becoming increasingly important in clinical applications and in researches. Traditional contrast agent ultrasound imaging technologies, such as pulse inversion/phase inversion imaging and coded contrast imaging, have focused on the second harmonic properties of the contrast agents and tiss Read more