Innovations and Novel Applications of Radiography - Medical and Diagnostic Imaging TOE

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The latest edition of the Medical Diagnostics and Imaging TOE profiles innovations related to radiology. The innovations profiled in this space relate to new product launches, innovative product features, and emerging applications of radiology. Beyond traditional diagnosis, radiology also finds applications in 3-D printing, pre-operation planning, and image-guided surgery.In this issue of Medical and Diagnostic Imaging, four medical imaging innovations are profiled, along with IP analyses, and a snapshot of the patent landscape. For each of the technologies – high-frequency ultrasound imaging, breast-specific magnetic resonance imaging, image-guided procedure, and elastography – patent filing trends and a l

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Innovations and Novel Applications of Radiography - Medical and Diagnostic Imaging TOERadiography – Innovations and ApplicationsEnhanced Digital Radiography System Receives FDA NodDEXA Scan Sheds Light on Well-being and FitnessLow-Dose Portable X-ray System for Neonatal ImagingAutomated Workflow for Digital RadiographySoftware to Outline Bones in X-rays for Diagnosis of Arthritis Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Neurological ApplicationsSmall Hospitals and Imaging Centers to Benefit from DR SystemX-Ray Imaging to Provide Real-time Insights for 3D PrintingIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts (continued)

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