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German Experts Present Medical Imaging Advances at RSNA '13
Date:11/26/2013

CHICAGO, Nov. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Germany is a leader in the international medical technology community thanks to the scientific and technological excellence of its universities, research institutes and enterprises. As part of its "Germany - Partner for Medical Technology" campaign, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will feature the latest medical imaging innovations at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 99th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting Dec. 1-6 in Chicago at booth #2965 A-H, South Building, Hall A.

Research presented at the meeting will include:

  • Xbox has a place in the operating room: Technology built on the Xbox Kinect lets surgeons pull up medical images, switch to a different image or zoom in on an image, all without touching a thing, making it useful even when they are scrubbed for surgery. Developed by Dr. Christian Schaller with Metrilus, this new time-of-flight 3D camera gesture navigation gives surgeons control without having to actually touch anything.
  • Faster stroke diagnosis; better treatment: Doctors can quickly and precisely image the entire brain and its blood flow to determine whether a stroke is being caused by an aneurysm or a blockage – and potentially treat the patient in the same room – using a new multimodal functional imaging system that enables "one-stop stroke management." Prof. Joachim Hornegger, vice president for research at the Central Medical Technology Institute of the Friedrich Alexander University, and Prof. Arnd Dorfler, head of the Neuroradiology Department at Erlangen University Hospital, developed the technology to speed up stroke diagnosis and treatment with the goal of helping to reduce bra
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