Babies who suffer from a lack of oxygen are often treated using whole-body cooling in order to save brain tissue, but until now it's been difficult to determine how this therapy actually impacts the organ.

Volunteers reported feeling less stressed after three months of Transcendental Meditation, and fMRI offered an important clue as to why, researchers reported in Brain and Cognition.

Researchers from around the world pooled together imaging data on patients with a rare genetic condition to create the largest neuroimaging study of DiGeorge syndrome.

Magnetic resonance texture analysis is part of a growing field that uses math to detect changes in imaging signals, and could be used to develop neuroimaging biomarkers to better understand the disease.

Initial results were so successful that the material has been fast-tracked by the FDA in an effort to test its accuracy in human clinical trials.

Experts at Imperial College London are using Microsoft HoloLens2 to help students perform CT-guided biopsy.

University of Texas at Dallas researchers applied their novel method to organic radical contrast agents with encouraging conclusions.

"For the first time, this study has demonstrated changes in the CT morphology of large and small airways that improve when individuals lose weight," researchers wrote in Radiology.

"This study is a bridge between genetic sequencing, single-cell analysis and high-resolution medical imaging," researchers said of their study published in PLOS One.

Finnish researchers had volunteers watch two of the century's scariest horror films inside an MRI machine while recording their brain activity, sharing their findings this month in NeuroImage.

These three items activate similar brain locations, according to the study published this month in Brain and Imaging Behavior, but do so in very different ways.

Women who wore a VR headset during chemotherapy reported less anxiety and a better mood following their appointment.