X-rays miss up to 23% of incidences of lung cancer in the UK,...
- UK study finds chest X-rays fail to spot lung cancer in 23% of cases
- AI-clinician combo achieves 90% accuracy in breast cancer diagnosis study
- ImaginAb partners with pharma giants on CD8 ImmunoPET tech
- New study challenges nerve damage hypothesis in traumatic brain injury
- Kaia Health nets $8m in latest funding round
UK study finds chest X-rays fail to spot lung cancer in 23% of cases
X-rays miss up to 23% of incidences of lung cancer in the UK, according to a review published in the British Journal of General Practice.
Clinical trial set to monitor brain stimulation effects via imaging
A clinical trial, RAINDROP, in the UK, is set to assess non-invasive brain stimulation along with brain imaging technologies to help patients in minimally conscious and vegetative states.
India’s Health Ministry to scrutinise all medical devices under CDSCO
India’s Union Health Ministry has announced that medical devices intended for human and animal use will go through the scrutiny of the Central Drugs and Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO).
AI-clinician combo achieves 90% accuracy in breast cancer diagnosis study
An artificial intelligence (AI) tool combined with analysis by radiologists was able to identify breast cancer with approximately 90% accuracy, according to new research from New York University (NYU).
Study shows AI technology accurately detects collapsed lungs
A study at the University of Waterloo in Canada has demonstrated that a system powered by an artificial intelligence (AI) technology could accurately identify collapsed lungs or pneumothorax using chest X-rays.
ImaginAb partners with pharma giants on CD8 ImmunoPET tech
Clinical stage immuno-oncology imaging company ImaginAb has announced the signing of a multi-party collaboration agreement with AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Takeda to further the development of its CD8 ImmunoPET technology.
New study challenges nerve damage hypothesis in traumatic brain injury
Post-mortem scans of injured brains are causing researchers to question the hypothesis that blunt force trauma from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) causes nerve damage.
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