Medical Imaging Gateway
Welcome to BioMed Central's Medical Imaging Gateway, highlighting the latest articles we have published in this field as well as news items of interest. Content is continually updated, so please bookmark this page and ensure you check it regularly.
Fetal Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance yielded the same diagnosis as postnatal findings more often that routine obstetric ultrasound, showing promise for CMR as a diagnostic tool for assessment of congenital cardiovascular abnormalities.
Significant changes in total, somatic and visceral volumes assessed by MRI occurred in 22 ultramarathon runners over the course of a 4487 km race, but body and fat volume, together with body mass, were not associated with race performance.
Microbubbles have the potential to improve cancer therapy by reducing the amount of time and acoustic power needed to destroy tumors using high intensity focused ultrasound.
Microwave imaging may provide a low cost alternative to magnetic resonance and positron emission tomography for monitoring patient response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NCT).
Shaista Hafeez and Robert Huddart discuss recent advances in bladder cancer imaging and review progress in functional imaging techniques which, upon further development and validation, may lead to tumor mapping and personalized patient therapies.
Editor-in-Chief, Cardiovascular Ultrasound