Why do Iranian women avoid mammography screening?
August 11, 2016 -- Why aren't more women in Iran seeking out breast screening? A new study shows that social, cultural, and religious factors constitute major barriers to mammography adherence, and the authors call for breast health educational programs to do more to encourage women to get screened.
Screening uptake remains patchy in Turkey
August 1, 2016 -- In spite of Turkey's growing income levels, cancer screening coverage continues to be relatively poor among women, and their educational level, access to social security, and lifestyle factors have a crucial impact on screening rates, researchers have found.
Use MRI for athletes' acute groin pain, study finds
July 15, 2016 -- As the Rio Olympics loom large, imaging of athletes is on the mind. A new study finds an MRI-based assessment approach for acute groin injuries shows good intra- and interrater reproducibility and may help improve clinician's confidence in scoring of these injuries.
Lancet study maps 2015 MERS outbreak in South Korea
July 8, 2016 -- A single patient transmitted the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) to nearly half of those infected with the virus during the 2015 outbreak in South Korea, according to a study published online on July 8 in Lancet.
Support grows for more rigorous training on dose
June 28, 2016 -- Fresh evidence of the lack of awareness of radiation protection among medical staff in the Middle East has come from a large new study performed in Saudi Arabia. The research has led to renewed calls for more formal training schemes in the region.
علاج التليفات الرحمية بالقسطرة ونسبة الحمل بعدها
May 27, 2016 --

تعتبر إزالة الألياف الرحمية بالجراحة العلاج التقليدي للنساء اللواتي يرغبنَّ بالحمل، وأما علاج التليفات الرحمية بالقسطرة فيتميز بنسبه اقل للإختلاطات والآثار الجانبية مقارنة بالجراحة، بالإضافة إلى إمكانية الحمل بعد القسطرة بنسبة تضاهي العلاج بالجراحة حسب دراسة وبحث أجري بمستشفى العين في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة أشرف عليه الدكتور جمال الدين القطيش.

Under scrutiny: Pregnancy after uterine fibroid embolization
May 9, 2016 -- The traditional treatment of uterine fibroids in patients who wish to become pregnant is surgical removal by myomectomy. However, uterine fibroid embolization has a lower complication rate and has a comparable fertility rate to myomectomy after treatment, according to researchers from the United Arab Emirates.
Saudi team releases new findings on MERS virus
May 2, 2016 -- Research from Saudi Arabia, the epicenter of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), underlines how imaging investigations can help early detection and management of disease progression, thereby playing a crucial role in predicting patient outcome.
Rewriting history: CT diagnoses ancient cold case
April 27, 2016 -- Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass and Cairo University radiologist Dr. Sahar Saleem have written a new book called Scanning the Pharaohs: CT Imaging of the New Kingdom Royal Mummies. We look at the key findings and the new revelations about an ancient culture.
Imaging holds key in war on drug mules
April 13, 2016 -- Novel means of concealment used by traffickers, plus the growing frequency of transporting liquids, pose major challenges for radiologists involved in the detection of illicit drugs, according to researchers from Turkey.
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علاج التليفات الرحمية بالقسطرة ونسبة الحمل بعدها

تعتبر إزالة الألياف الرحمية بالجراحة العلاج التقليدي للنساء اللواتي يرغبنَّ بالحمل، وأما علاج التليفات الرحمية بالقسطرة فيتميز بنسبه اقل للإختلاطات والآثار الجانبية مقارنة بالجراحة، بالإضافة إلى إمكانية الحمل بعد القسطرة بنسبة تضاهي العلاج بالجراحة حسب دراسة وبحث أجري بمستشفى العين في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة أشرف عليه الدكتور جمال الدين القطيش. اقرأ أكثر