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MRI identifies markers of atypical brain development in preterm children

02/05/2022

Premature babies who develop abnormalities like autism and cerebral palsy as teenagers have subtle differences in brain structure that can be detected on quantitative MRI (qMRI), according to a new study in the journal Radiology.
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RIKEN

Doctors diagnosing fetal heart disease benefit from explanatory AI

08/04/2022

Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP) and colleagues have tested AI-enhanced diagnosis of fetal congenital heart disease in a clinical setting.
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LMU Klinikum München

Impaired fetal lung growth in SARS-CoV-2 infected pregnancies

29/03/2022

By the use of fetal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), scientists and physicians from LMU University Hospital Munich and Helmholtz Munich have discovered a reduction in lung volume in fetuses from mothers with an uncomplicated SARS-CoV-2 infection during pregnancy.
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Improving the prediction of pregnancy complications using AI

28/02/2022

Scientists at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have collected data from 1,647 preeclampsia patients and used machine learning methods to create a model that can better predict the probability of serious complications.
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Universitätsklinikum Bonn

Ultrasound to go: versatile partner on hospital rounds

08/04/2020

The University Hospital Bonn has recently introduced an ultrasound device that's small enough to fit in your coat pocket. It's ready to use once you have connected it to a tablet or smartphone. The portable system makes bedside physical exams possible. The device primarily benefits students as it allows them to combine basic knowledge and clinical application.
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Dagmar Braun

Much-needed medical technology: a hospital for Togo

10/02/2020

If life has given you many blessings, you should share them with others – and you also need to be a little crazy. That's Dagmar Braun's point of view. She initiated the construction of a hospital in Togo, Africa. The country currently lacks the system required to deliver comprehensive medical care. Surgical equipment and gynecology devices are much-needed to compensate for these deficits.
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