Canon Medical Systems USA

  • Why radiologists must manage their online presence

    Why radiologists must manage their online presence

    Rebecca Farrington - AuntMinnie.com | May 02, 2019


    Word of mouth from friends and family was once enough to inform our decisions. But today, advice from the internet has taken precedence over recommendations from those we know personally -- and this is especially true in healthcare. Read More
  • Surgery gets a little more futuristic with single-incision robotic procedures

    Surgery gets a little more futuristic with single-incision robotic procedures

    Lauren Dubinsky - www.dotmed.com | April 09, 2019


    ​The magnetic system includes a laparoscopic delivery system, a detachable end grasper and an external magnet. The grasper is inserted through a trocar and its distal tip is used to grasp the anatomy. Read More
  • American College of Radiology launches ACR AI-LAB to engage radiologists in AI model development

    American College of Radiology launches ACR AI-LAB to engage radiologists in AI model development

    www.dotmed.com | April 05, 2019


    ​The new American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute® (DSI) ACR AI-LAB™, a groundbreaking free software platform, will empower local radiologists to participate in the creation, validation and use of health care artificial intelligence (AI). Read More
  • 5 ways artificial intelligence can augment clinicians

    5 ways artificial intelligence can augment clinicians

    Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie.com | April 05, 2019


    ​Artificial intelligence (AI) can augment the work of clinicians in five key areas: prognosis, diagnosis, treatment, workflow, and expanding the availability of clinical expertise, according to a review article published April 4 in the New England Journal of Medicine. But key challenges remain. Read More
  • Breaking barriers in Alzheimer’s disease with focused ultrasound

    Breaking barriers in Alzheimer’s disease with focused ultrasound

    Ying Meng and Nir Lipsman - dotmed.com | April 02, 2019


    ​Few among us have been untouched in some way by Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Whether a parent or grandparent, in the clinic or at home, the challenges of the disease and the toll it takes on patients and their families is significant, and only expected to grow. According to recent statistics from the United States, AD is the only top 10 cause of death that cannot be prevented, cured or slowed. Such sobering facts highlight that despite significant advances in our understanding of its pathophysiology, genetics and brain imaging, we are still far from effective disease-modifying therapies. Read More