MindwaysCT gets 510(k) for bone density software October 1, 2014 -- MindwaysCT has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market a new version of its software that acquires bone mineral density measurements from CT images.
DARPA program to fund neutron imaging October 1, 2014 -- The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued a call for proposals for research grants to develop a portable system that combines neutron radiography with conventional x-ray for nonmedical applications.
FDA: 3D breast imaging demands 3D display October 1, 2014 -- New imaging technologies such as 3D mammography are changing how doctors find and diagnose disease. But they're also sparking the need for display technology that allows images to be viewed in 3D, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Volpara touts breast density measurement study October 1, 2014 -- Volpara Solutions is highlighting findings of a new study that suggest automated volumetric tools for measuring breast density are as good at predicting breast cancer risk as traditional area-based approaches.
NJ imaging chain allowed to reopen September 30, 2014 -- A New Jersey imaging chain accused of paying physicians for referrals will be allowed to go back into business while its owner awaits prosecution in connection with the case, according to an article on NJ.com.
Blackford debuts Workflow Server September 30, 2014 -- Medical software developer Blackford Analysis has unveiled a standalone image preprocessing server for third-party informatics vendors.
Barco: Survey highlights radiology challenges September 30, 2014 -- Barco said that a recent survey conducted by research firm the MarkeTech Group found that radiologists want better image quality and display ergonomics, along with more efficient workflow.
CapMed+ unveils financing program September 30, 2014 -- CapMed+ has launched a same-day financing program for replacement parts for CT, MRI, x-ray, and other medical equipment.