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Oncology & Cancer

New technology illuminates bladder cancer detection

UC San Diego Health is the first health system in San Diego County to offer a new technology that detects and monitors bladder cancer in both the clinic and operating room settings by using blue light, white light and an ...

Radiology & Imaging

Hip pain is different in female dancers: Insights from dynamic ultrasound

Dancers put unique demands on their hips, achieving extreme ranges of motion that can strain the joints and damage supporting tissues around them. Not surprisingly, hip injuries account for up to 17% of injuries in dancers ...


Molecular imaging offers insight into 'chemo brain'

A newly published literature review sheds light on how nuclear medicine brain imaging can help evaluate the biological changes that cause chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment (CRCI), commonly known as "chemo brain." ...

Oncology & Cancer

The power of machine learning in prostate cancer imaging

Researchers at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Desai Sethi Urology Institute are pioneering research to harness machine learning for the diagnosis and prognosis of prostate cancer, using magnetic resonance imaging ...


New technique captures unprecedented view of the active brain

Complex cognition and behavior, in animals and humans alike, hinges on information flowing across a network of deeply interconnected brain cells. For scientists, the scale of that network posed a major obstacle to better ...

Medical research

Exploring how vocal tract size, shape dictate speech sounds

Only humans have the ability to use speech. Remarkably, this communication is understandable across accent, social background and anatomy despite a wide variety of ways to produce the necessary sounds.

Obstetrics & gynaecology

American Indian women continue to have lower mammography use

The disparity in annual age-adjusted mammography use between American Indian and White women continued but narrowed between 2005 and 2019 due to declines in mammography use in White women, according to a study published online ...