Search Results

You are looking at 31 - 40 of 1,218 items for :

  • "technology" x
  • Medical and Health Sciences x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

function of the DLPFC during addiction-related cues, researchers could assess the craving changes and their neural mechanisms. With the development of PET-MRI technology, we can integrate BOLD information and neurotransmitter receptor information to improve

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Melinda Boussoussou
,
Borbála Vattay
,
Bálint Szilveszter
,
Márton Kolossváry
,
Judit Simon
,
Milán Vecsey-Nagy
,
Béla Merkely
, and
Pál Maurovich-Horvat

syndromes in patients in whom the presence of obstructive CAD cannot be ruled out based on clinical assessment alone [ 6 ]. Despite recent developments in scanner technology the specificity of CCTA is limited and it is well recognized that CCTA tends to

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Máté Tolvaj
,
Márton Tokodi
,
Bálint Károly Lakatos
,
Alexandra Fábián
,
Adrienn Ujvári
,
Fjolla Zhubi Bakija
,
Zsuzsanna Ladányi
,
Zsófia Tarcza
,
Béla Merkely
, and
Attila Kovács

applied two-dimensional (2D) method that can accurately estimate RV volumes. Technological advancements in transducer and software technologies allowed RV volume and EF measurement using 3D echocardiography (3DE) with good feasibility and close

Open access

not reach similar findings using PSIF-DWI sequences [ 11 ]. Our study was performed with a head-neck coil in 1.5 T MRI, the more available MRI technology. We found that in both 3D T1-weighted and T2-weighted sequences, secondary branches of the facial

Open access

styloid process and the head of the radius. The forearm-pronation was assessed using a small electronic level with a digital readout (Level Box, UJK technologies, USA) attached to the top of the panel. The electronic level was first calibrated for each

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Ganna Degtiarova
,
Fran Mikulicic
,
Jan Vontobel
,
Chrysoula Garefa
,
Lukas S. Keller
,
Reto Boehm
,
Domenico Ciancone
,
Catherine Gebhard
,
Aju P. Pazhenkottil
,
Philipp A. Kaufmann
, and
Ronny R. Buechel

very fast rotation time and/or dual-source technology, CCTA may be less prone to coronary motion artifacts as compared to slower scanners. However, motion artefacts particularly of the RCA occur nevertheless, as evidenced by the present study, where a

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Ádám Szijártó
,
Alexandra Fábián
,
Bálint Károly Lakatos
,
Máté Tolvaj
,
Béla Merkely
,
Attila Kovács
, and
Márton Tokodi

Introduction With data-heavy technologies entering the clinical arena, a staggering volume of data is generated along the diagnostic and therapeutic pathways that patients follow. Taming this data tsunami poses a great challenge to physicians, and

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Judit Simon
,
Szilvia Herczeg
,
Sarolta Borzsák
,
Judit Csőre
,
Anna Sára Kardos
,
Gergely Mérges
,
Emese Zsarnóczay
,
Nándor Szegedi
,
Melinda Boussoussou
,
Borbála Vattay
,
Márton Kolossváry
,
Bálint Szilveszter
,
László Gellér
,
Béla Merkely
, and
Pál Maurovich-Horvat

research was financed by the Thematic Excellence Programme (2020-4.1.1.-TKP2020) of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology in Hungary, within the framework of the Therapeutic Development and Bioimaging thematic programmes of the Semmelweis University

Open access

]. CCTA CCTA has undergone significant expansion in both clinical and research realms. Increased gantry spin times, increased detector rows and dual source technology allow the heart to be imaged at end diastole. This reduces motion artefact

Open access
Imaging
Authors:
Chiara Nardocci
,
Judit Simon
,
Fanni Kiss
,
Tamás Györke
,
Péter Szántó
,
Ádám Domonkos Tárnoki
,
Dávid László Tárnoki
,
Veronika Müller
, and
Pál Maurovich-Horvat

sources Thematic Excellence Programme (2020-4.1.1.-TKP2020) of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology in Hungary, within the framework of the Therapeutic Development and Bioimaging thematic programmes of the Semmelweis University

Open access