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A PET scan can compare brain activity during periods of depression (left) with normal brain activity (right). An increase of blue and green colors, along with decreased white and yellow areas, shows decreased brain activity due to depression. Adbusters Magazine, Beating Depression, Depression Help, Depression Symptoms, Postpartum Depression, Depression Hurts, Depression Problems, Explaining Depression, Feelings

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Fully Integrated MRI and PET Imaging: Clinical whole-body image created using Siemens’ Biograph mMR, an integrated PET/MR system first unveiled as a work-in-progress at RSNA Medical Imaging, Mini Frittata, Washington University, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Pet Ct, Mr T, Beauty Myth, Nuclear Medicine, Display

Fully Integrated MRI and PET Imaging

Creating the world’s first and only simultaneous whole-body positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance (PET/MR) scanner was no small feat for Siemens Healthcare. But when my engineering colleagues and I began that long, arduous development process more than half a decade ago, we believed that if we succeeded in building such a system, they — specifically, the clinical community — would come.

Adding MRI & PET to biomarkers helps predict Alzheimer's: combination of MRI, FDG-PET & CSF data when added to routine clinical tests increases ability to predict whether people w mild cognitive impairment will progress to Alzheimer's. (Pinned by Kaitlyn) Neuroplasticity, Neuroscience, Lewy Dementia, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Pet Ct, Brain Health, Mental Health, Nuclear Medicine, Brain Diseases

Adding MRI and PET to biomarkers helps predict Alzheimer's

The combination of 1.5-tesla MRI, FDG-PET, and cerebrospinal fluid data when added to routine clinical tests significantly increases the ability to predict whether people with mild cognitive impairment will progress to Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published online December 11 in Radiology.

Work-in-progress PET/MRI breast scanner finds tiny lesions Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Pet Ct, Radiation Exposure, Nuclear Medicine, National Laboratory, Radiation Therapy, Medical Imaging, Breast Cancer Support

Work-in-progress PET/MRI breast scanner finds tiny lesions

While there is still much work ahead, breast MRI developer Aurora Imaging Technology and the Brookhaven National Laboratory say preliminary results from a work-in-progress PET/MRI breast scanner are promising, with the system detecting breast lesions smaller than 5 mm.

FDG- beats FLT-PET/CT for differentiated thyroid cancer Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Low Iodine Diet, Pet Ct, Nuclear Medicine, Thyroid Cancer, Medical Imaging, Ultrasound, Beats, Health Care

FDG-PET/CT beats FLT-PET/CT for differentiated thyroid cancer

FDG- beats FLT-PET/CT for differentiated thyroid cancer

Gadolinium is a heavy metal toxin used in compact discs, computer memory, nuclear marine propulsion systems and dyes for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA). Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, In Law Suite, Heavy Metal, Cool Things To Buy, Banner, Medical, Memories

Gadolinium is a heavy metal toxin used in compact discs, computer memory, nuclear marine propulsion systems and dyes for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA).

ATLANTA -- PET imaging before and after radiation therapy for inoperable, early non-small cell lung cancer identified high- and low-risk patients, which could help inform clinical decisions, according Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Lung Cancer, High Risk, Lunges, Health Care, Medical

PET May Pick Up High-Risk Early Lung Cancer

ATLANTA -- PET imaging before and after radiation therapy for inoperable, early non-small cell lung cancer identified high- and low-risk patients, which could help inform clinical decisions, according

We also talked about how an MRI works. What I learned is how the MRI uses magnets to flip protons at a specific frequency and then they flip back to normal on the same frequency. This shows the machine where to take the image for a specific area or slice. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Confirmation Bias, Traumatic Brain Injury, Radiology, Market Research, Health Care, Study, Physical Therapy

Nuclear magnetic resonance - Wikipedia

Nuclear magnetic resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia