Budapest, Hungary-based Kinepict Health says its software produces higher-quality images and may ultimately make the technology more powerful and safer for patients.

Cardiac allograft vasculopathy is one of the most serious conditions that transplant patients face after surgery, but now clinicians have gained an upper hand in the fight.

The heart-based risk information was taken from colorectal cancer screening exams and beat out the Framingham risk score and body mass index.

The Beloit, Wisconsin-based company has received exclusive rights from Capella Imaging to develop and investigate a new fibrin-targeted diagnostic agent that's used in heart imaging exams.

This information can help clinicians adjust the quantitative standards used to asses how a patient's heart is functioning.

The study is the first, and largest of it's kind, according to researchers from the University College London, and offers new insights into how the heart functions.

Caption Guidance works with ultrasound software previously cleared by the FDA to help inexperienced clinicians acquire transthoracic echocardiography images.

The $25,000 award will help test if sonography can rival calcium CT scoring for evaluating calcific plaque in the abdominal aorta.

A new magnetocardiography modality performed similarly to stress testing and coronary angiography in diagnosing unexplained chest pain, according to a new pilot study.

A blood clot in the aortic wall leads to more accelerated and life-threatening growth of abdominal aortic aneurysms. In light of the research, clinicians may need to shorten the time between surveillance.

Stroke patients with a favorable imaging profile on both non-contrast CT and CT perfusion achieved better 90-day functional independence rates than all other groups, according to results of the SELECT study.

Japan-based researchers believe the algorithm can illuminate "hidden" information contained in imaging exams, and help radiologists in their clinical decision-making.