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ESOR Foundation Courses 2023 - Neuroradiology

2023 07 Jun

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The NHS Announced Cutting-Edge Laser to Treat Epilepsy

2022 03 Nov

The NHS has announced the launch of laser beam brain surgery to treat patients with epilepsy. Part of the NHS Long Term Plan commitment is to ensure the most effective treatments are rolled out across the country, and this pioneering laser beam treatment is its lastest example.   Epilepsy patients who not have responded well to other forms of... Read more

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Smaller Magnetoencephalography Helmets Can Assess Epilepsy in Children

2022 10 May

A recent study in Radiology demonstrates that optically-pumped magnetometers (OPM) can shrink magnetoencephalography (MEG) helmets and facilitate their use for assessing epilepsy in children.   Although MEG is now used to detect and localise focal interictal epileptiform discharges (IEDs), current systems need cryogenically-cooled sensors, which... Read more

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2021 12 Nov

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ISPN 2022 - International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery

2022 06 Dec

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Care Through ePortal: Best Practice from Ireland

2020 03 Aug

Electronic patient portals (ePortal) enable patients and care-partners (eg, family members) to securely access their health records and communicate (eg, instant messaging or chat) with healthcare providers. In general, ePortals promote transparency and help patients become more involved in care and decision-making, thus enhancing patient-clinician collaboration.... Read more

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BREAKING NEWS: MRI measures brain function in milliseconds

2019 17 Apr

MRI elastography: ground-breaking new way to see extremely fast neuronal activity in the brain It is magnificent how fast the human brain operates. In a fraction of a second our  neurons are activated, creating thoughts and reactions to stimuli. The speed at which radiologists can non-invasively  follow brain function using  MRI , however, is... Read more