That risk only grew for those with underlying hypertension, suggesting women between 30 and 60 years old may benefit from screening, researchers wrote recently.

Mount Sinai researchers also found those with the disease are 2.4 times more likely to suffer large vessel occlusion stroke.

Most volunteers had cardiac abnormalities upon imaging, regardless of preexisting conditions, disease severity and time from diagnosis, doctors reported in JAMA Cardiology.

The 0.46 mm optical coherence endoscope can safely image the internal carotid artery and its branches, where most intracranial aneurysms begin, creators of the mechanism explained.

Patients suspected of having AAS are analyzed using electrocardiogram-gated contrast-enhanced CT, but current use often leads to unnecessary downstream healthcare costs, among other pitfalls.

About 40% of individuals had scarring patterns on their heart muscle visible during imaging, which was associated with a greater risk of suffering a major cardiac event.

The system, known as Aspects, is the first neuroimaging solution in the FDA’s computer-assisted diagnostic software category to receive this designation.

It’s cloud software turns preoperative medical images into a 3D “digital twin” of the patient’s heart enabling providers to plan procedures and navigate instruments during surgery.

Michigan Medicine researchers validated the method across seven labs using a number of different testing conditions, reporting their findings in Radiology.

T1-mapping is already used at many hospitals and researchers from London believe it can be adapted to evaluate children with neuroblastoma tumors.

The agreement affords Life Image’s network of 58,000 global clinics—including primary and comprehensive stroke centers—access to RapidAI’s data-driven neuroimaging technology.

The approach accurately quantified flow in the ascending aorta and main pulmonary artery and was “highly” repeatable, experts wrote in a pilot study published recently.