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Journal Highlight: Recommendations for real-time speech MRI

Date: Feb 22, 2016

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The state-of-the-art of real-time magnetic resonance imaging (RT-MRI) for speech research is reviewed, providing specific guidance for new groups entering this field and recommendations for performing RT-MRI of the upper airway.

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MRI saves limbs: Blood flow check

Date: Feb 1, 2016

Author: David Bradley

UK researchers have developed a new MRI technique for mapping blood flow to the leg muscle immediately after surgery on people with severely reduced blood flow to their limbs, which save many patients from amputations.

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Journal Highlight: Validating chest MRI to detect and monitor cystic fibrosis lung disease in a pediatric cohort

Date: Jan 25, 2016

Author: spectroscopyNOW

MRI has been validated as an alternative to computed tomography for assessing bronchiectasis and trapped air in cystic fibrosis by correlating MRI scores for bronchiectasis and trapped air with clinical parameters.

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Look after your knees: Lose weight

Date: Jan 7, 2016

Author: David Bradley

Magnetic resonance imaging reveals that obese people who lose a significant amount of weight can slow the degeneration of knee cartilage. Details of the study were reported to the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) towards the end of 2015.

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Journal Highlight: Breast cancer subtype intertumor heterogeneity: MRI-based features predict results of a genomic assay

Date: Dec 21, 2015

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The association between a validated, gene-expression-based, aggressiveness assay, Oncotype Dx RS, and morphological and texture-based image features extracted from magnetic resonance imaging has been investigated.

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Happiness is in the MRI of the beholder

Date: Dec 1, 2015

Author: David Bradley

Researchers in Japan have used magnetic resonance imaging and a questionnaire to reveal a correlation between the size of a structure in the brain known as the precuneus and whether or not a person describes themselves as happy.

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Journal Highlight: Magnetic resonance imaging of ionic currents in solution: The effect of magnetohydrodynamic flow

Date: Nov 23, 2015

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The magnetohydrodynamic mechanism for ionic volume currents in a magnetic field, which predicts a slow evolution of signals, has been tested to help explain neural activity.

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Anyone who had a heart: MRI reveals gender gap

Date: Nov 1, 2015

Author: David Bradley

As we get older the left ventricle of the heart responds differently in men and women in terms of its overall mass and volume and how that changes. For both, there is increased concentric remodelling of this tissue with age but for men, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reveals changes with implications for long-term heart health, which highlights the importance of research into changes in the aging heart and using different approaches to study.

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Journal Highlight: MRI accurately identifies early murine mammary cancers and reliably differentiates between in situ and invasive cancer: correlation of MRI with histology

Date: Oct 19, 2015

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Precise MRI–histology correlation demonstrates that MRI reliably detects early in situ cancer and differentiates in situ from invasive cancers in the SV40Tag mouse model of human breast cancer.

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Arterial Spin Labelling: MRI reveals brain artery stiffness

Date: Oct 1, 2015

Author: David Bradley

Arterial spin labelling MRI can be used non-invasively to measure vascular compliance, or how stiff an artery is, in the human brain, offering a new way to monitor brain health in patients at risk of stroke and in the early diagnoses of Alzheimer's disease.

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