Physicians have long implemented magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as a way to diagnose traumatic brain injury, but a new spin on the technology could help doctors assess injury sooner.
The Institute of Cancer Research, London, became the latest member of a consortium seeking to integrate magnetic resonance imaging into radiation therapy.
GE Healthcare and MRI software provider CorTechs Labs signed a joint-marketing agreement on a MRI scanning solution used in conjunction with CorTech's NeuroQuant program.
Medtronic's Evera MRI SureScan cardioverter-defibrillator was implanted for the first time in the U.S. as part of the product's 275-patient, 45-center pivotal clinical trial for FDA approval.
The Netherlands' EndoStim convinced European regulators that MRI scans won't harm patients using its LES system, an implant designed to to stimulate the esophagus and relieve acid reflux symptoms.
Medtronic is headed to the European market with what it says is the first implantable defibrillator cleared for full-body MRI scans, following a widespread trend toward imaging-safe implants.
The FDA will allow Biotronik to expand its ProMRI trial in the U.S. to implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICD), making the German device maker first to the starting line to test whether a patient with an ICD can safely undergo a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan.
GE and the NFL have named 16 winners in the first stage of its "Head Health Challenge"--a competition that awards each winner $300,000 to further their work in diagnosis and treatment for mild traumatic brain injury. Here are the 16 companies and research efforts that won initial grants in a partnership that proposes to put $50 million into concussion imaging technology.
New research suggests that a genetic test/MRI combo for patients with an intermediate risk of breast cancer is the most cost-effective and useful option for them.
ViewRay is winding up for a global launch of its MRI-guided radiotherapy delivery device, and now it has $30 million in new financing to help get the job done.