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

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  • Visualized tumor tracking over time enables easier assessment; quicker action: New software can analyze all of the many images taken of a patient's tumor during the course of treatment and quickly show how it is responding. By tracking the tumor and speeding up analysis, doctors can assess response to treatment and change therapy if needed. The first and only software of its kind, mint Lesion analyzes all MR, CT and other imaging and test data, reporting findings in a single record. The program, developed by Dr. Matthias Baumhauer with Mint Medical, can be used to track groups of patients as well as individuals, making it useful for clinical trials, by providing more objective data. The American College of Radiology's ACR Image Metrix and Stanford University are using the technology for data collection.
  • Highly sensitive + specific molecular imaging for early disease detection: A new technique called hyper-CEST for MRI can capture highly specific images in less than two minutes and detect cellular changes in human tissue far too small to be visible using standard MRI. This advance, developed by Dr. Leif Schroder of the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP), holds promise for earlier diagnosis of diseases such as pancreatic cancer, which typically are not detected until they are in advanced stages. The technology uses harmless xenon gas and produces images that would require 1,100 years to make using traditional methods.
  • Video game controller enables remote control exploration of organs, tumors: Using an off-the-shelf game controller, radiologists can easily and quickly navigate through 3D images of a tumor or beating heart from any angle or any direction using technology developed by Prof. Michael Teistler of the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences. Used by physicians in the United S
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