Advances in Radiological Imaging

Technology Advances, Trends, and Strategic Perspectives Reckoned to Boost the Adoption of Multiple Imaging Modalities

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Radiological imaging or diagnostic radiology is a specialized branch of medicine that deals with imaging modalities to diagnose disease. The radiological imaging market has witnessed immense growth in the last two decades, primarily due to the introduction of newer and advanced imaging systems in mammography, radiography, MRI and PET scanning. These advancements have led to the emergence of numerous imaging modalities that can detect abnormalities in the human body and confirm the presence of disease. The scope of this research study limits itself to these four imaging systems and the innovations that have resulted in growth of each individual segment in both developed and developing regions. Each section covers a particular technology, trends and advances, key innovations and the global IP scenario. The concluding section of the research service details the opportunities that exist for key stakeholders in the radiological imaging market that includes the drivers and challenges shaping up the market, technology management strategies, an emerging technology roadmap, healthcare infrastructure and technology adoption scenario in three regions of the world – North America, Europe and BRIC nations. This research service also details some of the key projects currently funded by the NIH and the level of investments from the NIH in each of the technology segment. Finally, the section on patent analysis lists some of the key patents that have been filed in 2016 towards radiological imaging innovations.

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Scope of Research1.2 Research Process Methodology1.2 Research Methodology (continued)1.3 Key Findings2.0 Mammography2.1 Mammography Screening Continues to Remain the Most Widely Accepted Diagnostic Tool for Breast Cancer Detection2.2 Digitization Has Reduced the Overall Mammography Examination Time2.3 Digital Tomosynthesis Approaches Fast as the New Standard of Breast Screening2.4 Siemens Healthcare Ramps up Its Existing Digital Mammography Platform2.5 Top-quality Imaging for Breast Cancer Screening from Planmed2.6 Redefined Ergonomics and Workflow Offered by Robust Tomosynthesis System from Hologic2.7 Patented Tomosynthesis Solution for Superior Clinical Results from IMS2.8 Other Key Manufacturers in DBT2.9 Fujifilm Corp. Leads in Patent Filing for Mammography3.0 Positron Emission Tomography3.1 Oncology to Remain the Top Diagnostic Application for PET3.2 Analogs of Glucose Continue to Trace Cancer Metastasis in PET3.3 Advanced PET Scanner with Focus on Developing Regions of the World3.4 Toshiba Enters the PET/CT Segment after 7 Years with a Versatile System3.5 Other Key Manufacturers in PET Segment3.6 General Electric Owns Maximum Patents in the PET Segment4.0 Radiography4.1 Diagnostic Radiography Continues to Remain the Top Most Imaging Modality for Viewing Internal Structures4.2 Faster Scanning Will Propel the Adoption of DR Systems with PACS4.3 Improved Capital Costs and Productivity Gains from the Deployment of PACS4.4 Innovative Digital X-ray Detector Compatible with Other Samsung X-ray Systems4.5 Novel DR System for Small Rooms from Rayence4.6 Optimized Imaging Workflow with FujiFilm’s New DR System4.7 Other Key Manufacturers in Radiography Segment4.8 Konica Minolta Leads in Patent Portfolio for CR4.9 Carestream Health Leads in Patent Portfolio for DR5.0 Magnetic Resonance Imaging5.1 Non-ionizing MRI Scanning Capable of Catering to Multiple Applications5.2 Functional MRI Holds a Promising Future for Neuromodulation5.3 Quieter and Cost-efficient MRI Scanner from Siemens Gets FDA Nod5.4 New University Research Investigates an MRI Contrast Agent for Cancer Detection5.5 Other Key Manufacturers in MRI Segment5.6 Carestream Health Leads in Patent Portfolio for MRI Systems6.0 Impact Assessment and Analysis6.1 Strengths, Weaknesses, and Threats for the Imaging Market6.2 Drivers and Restraints Structuring the Radiological Imaging Market6.3 Technology Advancements and Digitization Expected to Boost the Radiological Imaging Market6.4 High Cost of Digital Systems Is a Key Issue That Needs to Be Examined6.5 Europe Remains the Go-To Market for Advanced Imaging Solutions6.6 North America Enjoys the Strongest Healthcare Infrastructure6.7 DBT and DR Segments Are Abundantly Researched6.8 Mammography and Tomosynthesis Receive Favorable Public Funding6.9 Asian Manufacturers Expected to Gain a Sizeable Share of the Imaging Market6.10 Hybrid Imaging Expected to Foster Detection of Newer Clinical Indications7.0 Key Patents and Contacts7.1 Global Patents7.1 Global Patents (continued)7.1 Global Patents (continued)7.1 Global Patents (continued)7.1 Global Patents (continued)7.2 Key ContactsLegal Disclaimer8.0 The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Journey to Visionary Innovation8.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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