Medical and Diagnostic Imaging Technology--An Analysis of Patent Landscape and Key Innovations in Four Medical Imaging Technologies

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This issue of Medical Diagnostic and Imaging Technology analyses the intellectual property (IP) landscape of imaging technologies--optical imaging, ultrasound imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging. Key patent filing trends are studied and a listing of key recent patents in each of the technologies are provided. To illustrate the innovation activity in these areas, product and technology innovations are profiled in each technology area.

Keywords: Optical coherence tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac ultrasound imaging, portable ultrasound imaging

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Medical and Diagnostic Imaging Technology--An Analysis of Patent Landscape and Key Innovations in Four Medical Imaging TechnologiesOptical Coherence TomographyOptical Coherence TomographyInnovation Spotlight: Optovue, Inc.Patent AnalysisPatent ListingPatent ListingPatent ListingCardiac Ultrasound ImagingCardiac Ultrasound (US)Innovation Spotlight: GE Healthcare Patent Analysis Patent ListingPatent ListingPatent ListingPoint-of-Care Ultrasound ImagingPoint-of-Care (PoC) Ultrasound ImagingInnovation Spotlight: Alpinion Medical Systems Co. Ltd. Patent Analysis Patent ListingPatent ListingPatent ListingMagnetic Resonance ImagingMagnetic Resonance ImagingInnovation Spotlight: Siemens Healthcare GmbHPatent Analysis Patent ListingPatent ListingPatent ListingIndustry Contacts




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