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Medical Imaging

New Advancements in Ultrasound

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Medical ultrasound is a Medical Imaging technique. It is also known as diagnostic sonography or ultrasonography. In this technique, high-frequency sound waves are used to visualize soft tissues such as internal organs. According to USFDA, this modality generates images showing actual movement of the tissues or blood flow....

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Nuclear Medicine

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Introduction Nuclear medicine is a medical imaging technique used for the diagnosis of various types of diseases like cancers, diseases involving gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological systems and other abnormalities within the body. It is very safe and painless technique, in which a small amount of radioactive...

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Tactile Imaging

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Tactile imaging is a type of elasticity imaging or elastography that is used to map the elastic properties of soft tissues. The other names for tactile imaging are ’mechanical imaging’, ‘stress imaging’ and ’computerized palpation’. It is a medical imaging technique in which the sense of touch is converted into...

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Elastography

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Elastography is a non-invasive imaging technique wherein a very low quantity of pressure is applied to a tissue and the resultant stiffness or elasticity is visualized by quantifying the movement or transformation of the tissue. It is kind of a virtual palpation that can overcome...

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NEUROIMAGING, THE INTERPRETATION OF NERVOUS SYSTEM

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Neuroimaging is the technique to image the structure and function/pharmacology of the nervous system directly or indirectly. It is a new technology within medicine, neuroscience, and psychology. Physicians involved in performance and interpretation of neuroimaging are called as neuroradiologists.   Neuroimaging can be performed by certain methods...

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Optical Coherence Tomography

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Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a medical imaging technique to capture images from biological tissue. This technique can be used to capture 3D images with micrometer-resolution by using light. It is based on low-coherence interferometry and uses long wavelength  light to penetrate into the scattering medium. This technique...

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3D Printing in Medical Imaging

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Today, 3D printing has become a big business. They are being used in almost every sector. Almost anything can be created by using 3D printers. Radiologists and other healthcare professionals can change their way of working through 3D printing technology.   Usually, Radiologists provide reports featuring detailed...

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