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MyLabTM Twice and O-scan: the new frontier of diagnostic imaging

The latest news in the field of diagnostic imaging comes from Vienna, where the European Society of Radiology has set the annual appointment for industry experts, the European Congress of Radiology. The imperative? Combining practicality with a high level of performance, as demonstrated by the proposals of Esaote, a leading group in the biomedical equipment… Continua a leggere MyLabTM Twice and O-scan: the new frontier of diagnostic imaging

28/12/2022Bio Blog

From skin odor to cancer diagnosis

Some English scientists have studied for a long time the correlation between the biochemical profile of a person's smell and any pathologies. The skin or rather the information given by the smells have proved useful for the diagnosis of diseases such as cancer , according to what was reported by Paul Thomas of Loughborough University… Continua a leggere From skin odor to cancer diagnosis

28/12/2022Bio Blog

MOC, Computerized Bone Mineralometry for osteoporosis

X-ray computerized bone mineralometry (abbreviated as MOC ) represents the current method of reference in the diagnosis of osteoporosis , successfully used at the polyclinic of Milan and in other Italian hospitals. MOC is based on the principle of photonic absorptiometry: a thin beam of X-rays passing through the tissues is absorbed in proportion to… Continua a leggere MOC, Computerized Bone Mineralometry for osteoporosis

28/12/2022Bio Blog

News on the diagnosis of renal dysfunction

More and more people suffer from high blood pressure and have diabetes problems, the blame could be attributed to the incorrect lifestyle of Western society. Over time, the same habits lead to a drastic drop in kidney function, in some cases we get to talk about chronic kidney disease, CKD (chronic renal disease) to put… Continua a leggere News on the diagnosis of renal dysfunction

28/12/2022Bio Blog

A simple eye exam can track the progress of multiple sclerosis

A quick scan of the eye may offer a simple and painless way for multiple sclerosis patients to track the progress of the disease. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center in Baltimore have discovered that by observing the nerve fibers in the back of the retina, one can get a fairly accurate picture… Continua a leggere A simple eye exam can track the progress of multiple sclerosis

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Early diagnosis of prostate cancer

Treating prostate cancer correctly is a race against time. By the time the patient feels the first symptoms, the disease has already spread. In this context, diagnostic techniques are of fundamental importance: CT, x-rays and magnetic resonance work well, but due to high costs they cannot become routine tests and sometimes they are not even… Continua a leggere Early diagnosis of prostate cancer

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Imaging technique to diagnose melanoma

What you see above is the photo of SolarScan, the new generation of digital diagnostic devices to detect melanoma . Imaging techniques have literally revolutionized the dermatology sector, allowing specialist doctors quick access to data, a better study of the skin and above all the possibility of comparing reports made at different points in time.… Continua a leggere Imaging technique to diagnose melanoma

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Diagnosing diabetes from the eye

Researchers at Aston University (Birmingham, UK), are carrying out a unique study of its kind to detect the onset of diabetes early from the eye . The study, in the process of recruiting volunteers, will subject people to a cardiovascular test, a vision and eye pressure test and a blood test. Dr. Doina Gherghel, who… Continua a leggere Diagnosing diabetes from the eye

28/12/2022Bio Blog