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Neuro exams are now being done in a fraction of the time with new MAGiC software
Why Doctors Of the Future May Know Code
Or at least the basics, as data and algorithms are unleashed in their service
Stark contrast: a new tool to image the liver
The Greeks considered the liver to be the home of all human emotions and the organ closet to divine presence.
Ask the Scientist: Is the helium in parade balloons the same as the helium in MRI machines?
Today, those observing the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. may mark the occasion by watching celebratory parades of large inflated balloon turkeys and other characters floating down city streets
15 weeks early. 99 days in the NICU. 1 family’s story.
A series that asks those who have experienced prematurity to share their words of wisdom and inspiration with others currently going through it.
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Breast MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, isa painless way to look inside the body andprovide your doctor with specific informationabout certain areas of your body. MRI utilizesa combination of a magnetic field, radio waves,and computer processing to derive images.In certain cases, BREAST MRI can provideadditional information about your breast structurewhich may not be visible with mammography orultrasound and may not be felt during a clinicalbreast exam.
Mammogram
Mammography is specialized medical imaging that uses a low-dose x-ray system to see inside the breasts.A mammography exam, called a mammogram, aids in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases in women.
Breast Biopsy
Breast biopsy, an invasive examination, which is taking a sample of breast tissue for testing closely under microscope. Often, biopsy is taken when previous tests indicate the possible existence of a problem in the breast (eg : breast lump discovered during the manual examination or (Mammography) without the possibility to reach an accurate diagnosis by non-invasive methods.
Breast Ultrasound
A breast ultrasound is an imaging technique commonly used to screen for tumors and other breast abnormalities. The ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the breasts. Unlike X-rays and CT scans,ultrasounds don’t use radiation and are considered safe for pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers.
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Do you believe in MAGiC?
Neuro exams are now being done in a fraction of the time with new MAGiC software
Why Doctors Of the Future May Know Code
Or at least the basics, as data and algorithms are unleashed in their service
Stark contrast: a new tool to image the liver
The Greeks considered the liver to be the home of all human emotions and the organ closet to divine presence.
Ask the Scientist: Is the helium in parade balloons the same as the helium in MRI machines?
Today, those observing the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. may mark the occasion by watching celebratory parades of large inflated balloon turkeys and other characters floating down city streets
15 weeks early. 99 days in the NICU. 1 family’s story.
A series that asks those who have experienced prematurity to share their words of wisdom and inspiration with others currently going through it.