Better Imaging, including MRI, PET and 320-Slice CT, Creates Advances in Detection, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Today, improved diagnostic imaging, diagnostic catheterization and better monitoring procedures have made earlier detection of many diseases possible and reduced the need for exploratory surgery.  Over the long-term, highly advanced new imaging systems, eventually utilizing molecular diagnostics, will enable levels of early intervention undreamed of in the past. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a combination of radio waves and a strong magnetic field to gauge the behavior of hydrogen atoms in water molecules within the body.  Improvements in hardware and software have made MRI scans faster and more thorough than before.  Ultra-fast MRI has many important clinical applications.  Recent studies…

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