Artificial Intelligence May Find Signs Of Alzheimer’s In Neuroimaging Data

Shuiwang Ji, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, is one of the principal investigators on a $6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop artificial intelligence-driven methods to automate the process of finding subtle telltale signs of Alzheimer’s disease in neuroimaging data. Ji’s team shares $1.2 million of the grant.
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Roundtable Discussions: Alumkal Reviews Challenges in a Case of mCRPC

During a Targeted Oncology Case-Based Roundtable event, Joshi Alumkal, MD, discussed the case of a 75-year-old man with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer. During a Targeted Oncology Case-Based Roundtable event, Joshi Alumkal, MD, discussed the case of a 75-year-old man with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC). ALUMKAL: Are there any concerns...
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Health Experts Warn Memory Issues After COVID19 Infection Might Lead To Onset Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists from UT Health San Antonio have been analyzing patients who have recovered from COVID19 and are dealing with lingering memory issues to find out why their memory issues persist for so long. They have been looking at the changes their brains go through after recovering from COVID19. They have been examining whether these brain changes can shoot up the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The team of scientists from San Antonio is among the experts from across the world who are going to publish their outcomes on how COVID19 impacts the brain at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference. The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference is going to be held in Denver. The findings of these studies are quite concerning, said the experts.

Navigating the Unknown of Rare Cancers

Despite the challenges of diagnosing and treating liposarcoma and chondrosarcoma, experts are optimistic about future treatments for these two rare cancers. When Arianne Missimer, a doctor of physical therapy, a dietitian and the founder of the Pennsylvania-based integrated health center The Movement Paradigm, discovered a mass behind her right knee after feeling nerve pain in her leg, she quickly scheduled an ultrasound.
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KOMODO SS22: Wavy Days

For SS22, KOMODO have revisited the past and taken inspiration from the very early days of the brands history – way back when Joe Komodo was backpacking across the Balinese countryside and beginning his journey into the world of ethical fashion. Looking back at both retro photography from his early...

The Value of Laser Processing in the Medical Device Industry

From cardiac rhythm management to neuromodulation to orthopedic and hearing implants, laser materials processing systems are playing pivotal roles in the production of these life-improving devices. These are some of the now-common applications of laser processing systems used in the manufacture of medical devices, and the application base is expanding rapidly. Even the basis for entirely new products has centered around the availability of laser machine systems technology.

Discover PET’s new courses!

PET’s new Course Prospectus 2021-2022 still features some of the best and most popular courses we have offered over the last few years. At PET, however, we are always looking to improve the quality and breadth of the courses we offer. Our new prospectus features several new courses in a wide range of subject areas. Read on to find out about some of the latest additions:
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A Field Guide to Texas Wine

If anything, our state has never been in short supply of promising land and a pioneering spirit. But when it comes to wine, Texas has typically been a few harvests behind the rest of the world. Not anymore, though. Today, a fresh new crop of winemakers is advancing the industry...

For practice success, brush up on your coding

August 2, 2021 -- In the busy day to day of radiology practice, it can be difficult to keep track of key details such as exam coding, according to a presentation delivered August 1 at the 2021 AHRA meeting in Nashville, TN. But mastering coding and compliance issues is crucial...

August 2021 The Scoop From the Schools

The Scoop From the Schools is a blog that brings news and information to those in the veterinary industry information from vet schools and equine research facilities. This month we feature news from Tufts, UC Davis and Kansas State University. The Scoop From the Schools. is brought to you by...

Oral Cancer Awareness

Cancer can be a life-changing problem. Here’s how to look for risks and possible signs. Oral cancer is the 6th most common type of cancer, accounting for about 5% of all cancer cases. Every year, over 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer. It causes nearly 10,00 deaths a year, and accounts for about 1 death every hour in the USA. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to detect it, prevent it, and hopefully, be oral cancer free.
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I-40 bridge awaits first day of commuter traffic since May closure

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Sunday morning brought a welcome sight to Memphis, traffic flowing in the eastbound lanes of the I-40 bridge. Those lanes will certainly be put to the test on Monday with the first day of commuter traffic since its closure back in May. Drivers say it’s like...
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Moulton man diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer and given 3 weeks to live credits God for survival

Flipping through calendars from 2018 and 2019, Mary Bennett pointed to the dozens of dates marked with red and pink slashes. “Each of these slashes represents a chemotherapy or radiation treatment,” the Moulton woman said, glancing at her husband. “It looks like a lot and it was, but we tried to take it just one day at a time. That’s all we thought we had for a while — just days.”