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“Brain fingerprinting”- The new lie detectr

...ew method employs brain waves, which are useful in detecting whether the person subjected to the test, remembers finer details of the crime. Even if the person willingly suppresses the necessary information, the brain wave is sure to trap him, according to the experts, who are very excited about the new kid on...

South Africa dilly-dallying on AIDS situation

... it refused a huge consignment of one million AIDS detecting kits free of cost estimated around seven million U.S. Dollars. Earlier last year the South African president Thabo Mbeki caused a flutter when he openly questioned whether the HIV actually caused AIDS. He had then questioned the wisdom of the scient...

Ductal lavage may detect early breast cancer

.... Saraswathi Sukumar, have devised a new method of detecting early stages of breast cancer by using a new method called ductal lavage. Ductal lavage, involves "washing" breast milk ducts with saline and examining cells for signs of precancerous or cancerous changes. Sukumar's team examined samples of ductal f...

Better prostate cancer detection

Recently a more extensive biopsy detecting technique for prostate cancers has been found out by researchers. This is very effective than the traditional examination. In the traditional exam for prostate cancer, the doctor takes six tissue samples from the prostate gland. At Ohio State Un...

Detecting anomalies in heart rythm

...open complex system. This gives a better chance of detecting temporal changes in heartbeat rhythm and placing them in the context of the individual patients' health. The reliability of its prediction has been tested in collaboration with practising physicians at the major hospital in Ludwigshafen. Comparis...

Dental exam reveals stroke risk

...olesterol. Dental examination are an easy way of detecting the problem.These patients are at a higher risk of stroke....

Detecting brain aneurysms

...of 114 patients undergoing the standard method for detecting aneurysm and also tried a number of non-invasive techniques for comparison. They found if they used all three available tests together, the non-invasive methods gave excellent diagnostic results - unless the aneurysm was small - five millimetres or l...

Detection of Cancer

...e, will determine the sensitivity of the C-Test in detecting cancers. The hope is that it will complement existing diagnostic procedures, and thereby improve the accuracy of cancer detection. The first stage of the test, C-Test1, uses a technique called mass spectrometry to search for the diagnostic molecule,...

Benefit of colonoscopy

...Colorectal cancer screening tests are valuable for detecting bowel cancer and polyps before any symptoms develop. In the US, it's recommended that screening - either with a faecal occult blood test (FOBT), sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy - should start at age 50 and earlier in those with a family history of colon...

Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

...could result, particularly if there were delays in detecting the first cases or in setting up effective public health interventions. In the US, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson announced plans to buy as many as 300 million doses of smallpox vaccine. But several health experts have warned ag...

New device for detecting artery blockages

... the new technique was found to be equally good in detecting blockages of the carotid arteries. If its use were more widespread, it could really help people avoid the risk of stroke from problems with their carotid arteries....

New device for discerning Osteoarthritis

...teoarthritis. An X ray exam is the standard way of detecting Osteoarthritis, a painful disease //where the cartilage between the joints wears away. But an X ray cannot image the cartilage direct it only shows that the gap between the bones is getting narrower. Researchers at the University of Texas, have bee...

Screening device for ovarian cancer

According to researchers, a new technique for detecting ovarian cancer at an early stage is demonstrating ...ves creating a 'fingerprint' of tissue, based upon detecting and analysing the different protein molecules it contains. We already know that the protein profile ...

Gene variation simulates cholesterol response to oestrogen

... considering HRT. But this study promises a way of detecting those women who can most benefit from hormone replacement....

Novel biopsy technique for prostate cancer

Recently a more extensive biopsy detecting technique for prostate cancers has been found out by researchers.// This is very effective than the traditional examination. In the traditional exam for prostate cancer, the doctor takes six tissue samples from the prostate gland. At Ohio State Un...

Computer Program can assist to detect Heart Attack

... department, the screen was almost 95% accurate at detecting heart attack, identifying100 to 150 cases. Thus the author concludes that the artificial neural network has the potential to be used as a real time aid to identify the presence of (heart attack) in patients presenting to the emergency department wit...

Detecting Colorectal Cancer

... tests, colonoscopy and fecal-blood assessment, in detecting the disease in its earlier stages. Colorectal cancer causes about 300,000 deaths each year worldwide. The protein, mini chromosome maintenance protein 2 (MCM2), was found in 35 of 40 patients known to have colorectal cancer during a recent study. Th...

Screening bypasses radical breast surgery

...is is indicative that screening has the benefit of detecting breast cancer at a much earlier stage, so that radical surgery may not be needed....

Associated scan for detecting ovarian cancer spread

...types of scan are better than one when it comes to detecting spread of ovarian cancer within the abdominal cavi...emission tomography (PET) scanning is useful// for detecting the activity of tumour tissue, while computed tomography (CT) is good for imaging anatomical detail....

Osteoporosis and kidney stones gene marker identified

...d that the mutations might be used as a marker for detecting osteoporosis at an early stage, when it can be more readily treated....

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