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Computer matches CT scans to disease database

... a mathematical vector that enablesthe computer to compare it to other images. The system retrieves the mostvisually similar images, any of which can be enlarged and further enhanced.Because a CT scan is taken in sections, specific contiguous "slices" within thediseased region can be isolated for more detail...

NIH study to evaluate role of MRI in emergency diagnosis of heart attack & stroke

... it can cause more bleeding. NINDS scientists will compare the effectiveness of MRI with CT scans indetecting acute hemorrhages. If MRI proves to be as good or better than CT forseeing blood, MRI alone will replace both tests in most stroke patients. Another study will involve the deve...

Immune system rebounds for some children with AIDS, finds UF study

...s research. During the next two years, he plans to compare thepotential for immune system reconstitution in children under 2, those between 2 and 12, and adolescents. "We're not only going to look at the numbers of cells that reconstitutefollowing therapy. We're going to look at the ability of cells to funct...

UMass researchers teaching computers to interpret MRIs

...ng periodic neurologicalexaminations and trying to compare them," Pleet said. "And it will be muchquicker than outcome studies in which the functional status of the stroke victimcan only be determined months after the event, and is then compared with othervictims who have not had the treatment," he added. "O...

New nationwide study in six cities will look at the method & message for changing risky HIV behavior

...York Blood Center. The study, named EXPLORE, will compare two behavior interventions: standard HIVrisk reduction counseling based on a research model called Project Respect thatwas developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and aclient-centered counseling approach developed by Coates, Ches...

Immunology experiment aboard historic shuttle mission

...t the experiment on the ground at Cape Kennedy and compare results with thesamples from space. If Columbia lands in the early hours of July 24 as planned, thescientists will collect their samples and fly home right away to begin analyzingthe results. Ultimately, LigoCyte is interested ...

New study will revolutionise treatment for Parkinson's disease

...f the first major multinational five-year study to compare ReQuip®(ropinirole hydrochloride, SmithKline Beecham) and L-dopa in the treatment ofearly Parkinson's Disease. Speakers at the event will include: Dr Donald Calne, Director, Neurodegenerative Disorders Centre, University ofBritish Columbia,...

Jefferson scientist begins clinical trial to study promising Parkinson's disease drug

...nical trial involving 150 patients. The study will compare theeffectiveness of GM1 ganglioside - a naturally occurring substance in the nervecell's membrane that plays an important role in cell growth, development, andrepair - to standard Parkinson's disease treatments, which improve symptoms butdo not alter...

Scientists can now see sense of smell

...tructure. "Previously, you simply couldn't compare such responses to multipleconcentrations and multiple chemicals in the same animal, because the onlytechnique available was to use tracers that could only detect response to asingle odorant," said Katz. "Also, that technique required killing the anim...

One in seven adolescents still doesn't have health insurance

...gress allocated no funds to evaluate programs orto compare program effectiveness across states. Adolescents are particularlychallenging to enroll because traditionally they have fewer contacts with healthcare providers than younger children. The burden is on health care providers,especially pediatricians, an...

New imaging method in development to show Alzheimer's progression

...be usedto measure brain amyloid noninvasively" and compare the course of amyloiddeposition with symptom progression. Lansbury's strategy involves coupling an isotope of the element technetium tolarge organic molecules that are known to have an affinity for amyloid of thetype that characterizes the AD brain...

Study shows benefit of pioneering U-M program for newborns at risk of hearing impairment

...d two-month checkups,where doctors and parents can compare notes about hearing indicators and referthose babies in whom they suspect hearing loss for specialized diagnosis andtreatment. The issue of hearing tests for newborns is far from settled. So, Kileny and hiscolleagues are now embarking on a new study ...

New clinical trial to test promising U-M heart valve reconstruction operation for patients with serious heart failure

... and exercise regimes aftersurgery. The trial will compare surgery with the current optimal medical therapy, whichincludes drugs called ACE inhibitors and beta-blockers as well as digoxin and adiuretic. All patients will take such medications, and half of the patients willbe selected at random to undergo sur...

UCSF Center for Health and Community receives over $11 million for infertility treatment research

...es for babies born afterinfertility treatment will compare 5,000 births from fertile women with 5,000births from infertile women. In vitro fertilization, an invasive procedure, can be a very stressfulexperience for both the woman and her partner, said Adler. In addition, theprocedure is expensive, is not c...

Light alcohol use may protect against sudden cardiac death

...risk of sudden cardiac death. Researchers did not compare the effects ofdrinking patterns, such as consuming small amounts of alcohol daily versusdrinking all of the alcohol in one sitting, which could have harmful effects. Scientists know that binge drinking -- consuming large quantities of alcohol ina bri...

Study finds Latin American heart patients receive less treatment than North Americans and are nearly twice as likely to die

...s after a heart attack. This is the first study to compare the outcomes of heart attack patients inmultiple Latin American countries -- Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia,Chile, Guatemala, Uruguay, and El Salvador -- versus North America. Thegeographic variation of care found in PURSUIT highlights the ne...

Non-drug techniques help reduce symptoms of fibromyalgia

...is' to pool thedata from the disparate studies and compare the overall effectiveness of drugand non-drug treatments for FMS. They report their findings in the currentissue of Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Overall, both drug and non-drug treatments produce significant improvements inFMS patients' physical c...

New HIV drug intervention cheap and effective

...d child."The researchers built a computer model to compare five short-course drug programs: HIVNET 012 universal, assuming that all pregnant women were offered nevirapine; HIVNET 012 targeted, assuming women were counseled and tested for HIV prior to treatment; an AZT trial sponsored by the Centers for Disea...

University Of Wisconsin to launch center to study how emotions affect health

... sense ofpsychological well-being. This study will compare symptoms and physiology inwomen with two debilitating conditions, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis,with the goal of determining the benefits of maintaining a positive emotionaloutlook. In a second phase of the study, half the women in each grou...

New research method reveals high-density information storage in the brain

...formation separately from its neighbour. One could compare thispossibility for information storage in the brain with the "high densitiyinformation storage" on a CD-ROM....

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