Categories: Data Analysis

Study Highlights the Potential of Radiomics in Medical Intervention

A recent study conducted by the Medical University of Innsbruck highlights the potential of radiomics in exploring the impacts of Radiochemotherapy…

Medical University of Innsbruck: Radiomic Assessment of Radiation-Induced Alterations of Skeletal Muscle Composition in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma within the Currently Clinically Defined Optimal Time Window for Salvage Surgery

This study [1] aimed to examine tissue changes in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) after primary radiochemotherapy (RCT)…

Study Discovers Overdiagnosis of Progressive Cancer in Routine Clinical Evaluations

A recent retrospective study led by Dr. Marilyn J. Siegel and her team at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has shed light on…

RACOON FHIR Workshop: Empowering Healthcare Research via Enhanced Interoperability

This week Brainlab hosted the RACOON FHIR Workshop with around 40 participants. The workshop was organized by Mint Medical and supported by Snke OS,…

AI in Radiology: Bridging the Gap Between Integration Challenges and Untapped Potential

The influence of artificial intelligence (AI) on the field of radiology has substantially increased in the last years. Today, AI can be applied to…

Customizing structured data collection with mint Lesion™ Template Editor

We are thrilled to announce a forthcoming addition to mint Lesion™: the Template Editor. This feature will transform the way users interact with our…

Improving Cancer Care Through Standardization: Interview with Prof. Thomas Kröncke on the BZKF Project BORN

The Bavaria-wide oncological radiology network (BORN) Project was launched on August 1, 2022, with the objective of improving cancer care in Bavaria…

Brainlab and Mint Medical Enter Cooperation with the German Society for Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery

Today Mint Medical together with Brainlab entered into a cooperation with the German Society for Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery (DGOOC) and its…

Study confirms a vital need for structured radiology reporting

Fee-text report often lacks both content and clarity, burdening referring physicians with the time-consuming and cumbersome task of finding and…