European researchers have identified a visual sign on 3-tesla MR images that effectively diagnoses and distinguishes multiple sclerosis (MS) from other conditions with similar symptoms. By Wayne Forrest, AuntMinnie.com staff writer
A new three-dimensional (3D) tissue imaging technique can help scientists noninvasively study cells and may lead to improved treatments for a variety of diseases. Matt O'Connor | Advanced Visualization | Health Imaging
A newly created three-dimensional (3D) neural network can improve the detection of pulmonary nodules on CT scans, according to a study published July 12 in PLOS ONE. Matt O'Connor | Artificial Intelligence | www.healthimaging.com
Researchers from Australia and China have created a 3D-printed heart that mirrors the size and texture of real cardiac tissue, with potential clinical applications in patient and medical education, communication among clinicians, and presurgical planning, according to a recent study published in PLOS One by Abraham Kim, AuntMinnie.com
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