Compared with standalone MRI hybrid PET/MRI enabled more accurate evaluation of tumor size N status and external sphincter infiltration...
Research Updates | Martinos Center - Part 2
Solving Technical Problems in Fetal MRI
The Center’s John Kirsch and colleagues review strategies for optimizing image quality and reducing artifacts during fetal...
AMI Amputation Improves Motor Execution, Sensory Perception
The Center’s Shriya Srinivasan, Robert Barry and colleagues describe the findings in Science Translational Medicine.
MRI Findings Support Gradient of Spinal Cord Demyelination in Multiple Sclerosis
Caterina Mainero and colleagues have become the first to identify in vivo a specific spatial pattern of lesion development in the...
Early Details of Brain Damage in COVID-19 Patients
Eva-Maria Ratai and colleagues report finding metabolic disturbances in the brain in one of the first spectroscopic imaging-based...
New Molecular Imaging Tool Detects Pulmonary Fibrosis
Peter Caravan and colleagues use a novel PET probe to find type I collagen and identify disease activity in pulmonary fibrosis.
Advances in MRI Technologies for Chronic Liver Diseases
Iris Y. Zhou, Onofrio A. Catalano and Peter Caravan review a host of functional and molecular MRI techniques.
Smart Chemiluminescence Probe Facilitates Optical Imaging of Amyloid-Beta
Developed by Chongzhao Ran and colleagues, the probe greatly improves the ability to detect amyloid-beta in vitro and in a mouse...
Functional MRI Marker Can Diagnose Migraine without Aura
Jian Kong and colleagues have identified and validated a distinctive pattern of abnormal brain connections on functional MRI that...
MRI Techniques Can Assess Neuroinflammation in Humans
Neuroinflammation in patients with fibromyalgia was assessable noninvasively using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy and resting-state...
AI Measures COVID-19 Lung Diseases Severity on Chest X-Rays
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have developed an artificial intelligence tool to measure disease severity and even...
Molecular MRI for Assessing Treatment Response, Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis
Molecular MRI was more accurate than the current state of the art both in detecting disease earlier in an animal model of nonalcoholic...
Matt Rosen and Colleagues’ Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants
The researchers have developed low-field MRI technology to help address previously insoluble puzzles of the botanical realm.
Deep Learning Algorithm Can Measure Disease Severity and Change on a Continuous Spectrum
The algorithm can aid in the management of a range of diseases, including retinopathy of prematurity and knee osteoarthritis among...
Optics Technologies Could Advance Neuromonitoring During Heart Surgery
Center researchers have developed a hybrid device for use during aortic arch replacement and other surgeries.
Estimating Tumor Boundaries in Cancer Surgery With Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging
The Center’s Rahul Pal and Anand T.N. Kumar reported the innovative approach in a recent issue of Clinical Cancer Research.
MEG Method May Hold the Secret to Baldness
The Center’s Sheraz Khan and David Cohen describe the method in the journal Scientific Reports.
Deep Learning Offers Quantitative Means of Monitoring Disease Progression in Retinopathy of Prematurity
Recent research also highlights the possibility of identifying infants at high risk for developing ROP.
The Epigenetics of Aging: Understanding neurodegeneration at the gene transcription level
A study published today suggests that HDAC expression and the resulting transcriptional changes may be a significant driver of human...
Ultrahigh-field MRI Tracks Development of Cortical Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis Patients
Constantina A. Treaba, Caterina Mainero and colleagues report their findings in a paper appearing in the journal Radiology.