News In Brief
DTI-MRI shows brain wiring in neurodevelopmental disorders
July 30, 2014 -- Using diffusion-tensor MRI (DTI-MRI), researchers have found differences in brain wiring between children with sensory processing disorders and those with autism, according to a study published online July 30 in PLOS One.
Merge sales dip, net loss narrows in Q2
July 30, 2014 -- Healthcare IT and advanced visualization developer Merge Healthcare reduced its net loss in the second quarter of 2014.
U.S. x-ray market could top $1B by 2020
July 30, 2014 -- The U.S. diagnostic x-ray market could reach a value of approximately $1.1 billion by 2020, according to a report from market research firm GlobalData.
MRI-guided device aids stroke treatment
July 30, 2014 -- Researchers have unveiled a new MRI-guided catheter that could help physicians assess brain tissue in real-time in stroke patients.
Calif. AG puts pressure on for-profit college
July 30, 2014 -- A California firm accused of running "phantom" programs for radiologic technologists will give prospective students more information on its plans to shut down most of its campuses in the state under an agreement with the state's attorney general (AG).
Zonare debuts Z.One Pro scanner
July 30, 2014 -- Ultrasound developer Zonare has unveiled its Z.One Pro ultrasound scanner.
Atirix readies maintenance, service tracking module
July 30, 2014 -- Atirix Medical Systems said it will include its QC-Track.Planner module in the upcoming release of its QC-Track 4.3 software.
NEJM article seeks more FDA regulation of mHealth apps
July 29, 2014 -- While mobile health (mHealth) apps have the potential to broaden healthcare access and control costs, more regulatory oversight is needed to ensure consumer confidence and safety, according to an article in the New England Journal of Medicine.
21st Century lands term loan, recapitalization
July 29, 2014 -- Radiation oncology firm 21st Century Oncology said it has entered into two agreements with a group of noteholders, providing incremental liquidity and a framework for reducing outstanding debt and increasing cash flow.
Report: ACR's PAC backs incumbents over rads
July 29, 2014 -- The American College of Radiology's (ACR) political action committee, RADPAC, is spending more than $230,000 on support for incumbents in the Tennessee and Kansas Republican primary races -- rather than on radiologists who are challenging them for the posts, according to an article by the National Journal.

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