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Efficiency Gains in Cancer Care:Dutch Pathology Department is The First in The World to Go Digital

2016 27 May

Pathologists at University Hospital Utrecht (UMC Utrecht) in the Netherlands have become among the first in the world to review histology cases for primary diagnostics digitally. The completely paper- and glass slide-free pathology review workflow, enabled by Sectra Pathology PACS, provides the pathologists with access to both digital pathology and... Read more

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Hologic MyoSure® REACH Device Help Physicians Access the Upper Third of the Uterine Cavity

2016 11 May

Company Also Will Feature Full Range of Women's Health Topics at 2016 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Annual Clinical and Scientific MeetingHologic, Inc. (Nasdaq: HOLX) has announced that the MyoSure® suite of gynecologic surgical products is expanding to include the MyoSure REACH device. The MyoSure REACH device confronts... Read more

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Improved cancer care between Sectra’s digital pathology solution & Dutch LIMS provider Finalist

2016 21 Mar

International medical imaging IT company Sectra (STO: SECT B) has announced that its digital pathology solution now has an interface with Finalist LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System). The interface facilitates a more efficient, completely paper-free pathology review workflow in which pathologists have access to both digital images and patient... Read more

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The Role of a Protocol Management Feature in Improving Ultrasound Lab Efficiency

2016 20 Jan

Objectives: To demonstrate a reduction in keystrokes and ultrasound exam time by utilizing the Mindray DC-8 iWorksTM and iWorksOBTM  protocol manager with the iNSertTM feature for documenting  pathology. Methods:  Three sonographers performed carotid exams, abdominal exams and thyroid exams using manual annotations and measurements and following a scripted... Read more

IT Management

Brain Mystery Solved with IT Approach

2016 08 Jan

Discontinuity of topographic maps in the brain — not signal reduction — reflects sensory impairment, according to new research from Hebrew University. The findings, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), shed light on a longstanding mystery of a fundamental property of the brain. It has long been known that... Read more

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Sectra Demonstrates Integrated Diagnostics Solution at RSNA 2015

2015 27 Nov

A common backbone for Radiology and Pathology IT enabling improved cancer care At RSNA, the global radiology show in Chicago, Sectra (STO: SECT B) will demonstrate how a common solution for integrated diagnostics improves collaboration between radiology and pathology, thereby increasing efficiency in cancer care. In addition, the solution saves money... Read more

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One for the Birds? Pigeons Can Discern Cancerous Images

2015 20 Nov

Pigeons are known to share many visual system properties with humans. Their visual memory is also outstanding, as they can recall more than 1,800 images. Now a new study demonstrates that the birds also have the ability to distinguish between benign and malignant breast histology and radiology. The animal behavioural study is published in the open-access... Read more

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DSX Therapeutics and R&D Antibodies Announce Issuance of EU Patents for First-in-Class MABST

2015 24 Jun

aSeptiMab® is a Candidate Therapeutic That Targets and Neutralizes Microvesicle-Associated iNOS and Halts the Sepsis CascadeDSX Therapeutics and its close affiliate Research & Diagnostic Antibodies (R&D Ab®) today announce the European Patent Office has published a Decision to grant patent EP1773390B1 “Improved Therapeutic Agent for iNOS Generating... Read more

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MRI Technique for NAFLD in Children

2015 06 Feb

Researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine have tested a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-based technique to better detect and evaluate nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in children. The new method is known as magnitude-based MRI, which was previously developed by researchers in the UC San Diego Liver Imaging Group, to estimate liver... Read more


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