New tech may allow people to feel holograms

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a new technology that will allow people to feel haptic holograms of objects and enable surgeons to explore a CT scan by feeling a disease such as a tumour.

Breath analysis could help detect early lung cancer

Researchers at the University of Louisville School of Medicine are now using breath analysis to detect the presence of lung cancer.

3D-printed replica for a safe liver transplant created

The 3D-printed liver replicas, made of transparent material threaded with coloured arteries and veins, could help surgeons prevent complications while performing liver transplants or removing tumours, a path-breaking research shows.

Fat near heart can predict kidney patients` deaths

Fat deposits around the heart - which can be spotted through simple CT scans - can help predict the risk of death in patients with chronic kidney disease, research shows.

Titanic violin authentic, CT scan confirms

A violin thought to be the one played by the band leader of the luxury liner Titanic as it sank in the Atlantic waters in 1912 has been declared authentic after a CT scan at a UK hospital.

World`s most detailed scans to reveal working of brain

Scientists have published the most detailed brain scans that the world has ever seen, as part of a project to understand how the organ works.

CT scan may accurately depict 4,000-year-old mummy’s face

A Virginia museum is using CT scan to uncover the story behind one of the earliest surviving Egyptian mummies.

Delhi gang-rape victim`s mother collapses, doctors say now stable

Unable to bear the loss of her daughter, the 45-year-old mother of the Delhi gang-rape victim collapsed today and rushed to a city hospital where doctors said her condition was stable.

All med colleges, hospitals to have MRI, CT scan

All six medical colleges and hospitals in Bihar will have MRI and CT scan facilities within the next four months, a health official said Wednesday.

Medical tests and treatments you should question

Nine medical societies have released a list of 45 tests and treatments that patients should question and doctors should avoid in most cases as part of an effort to cut wasteful spending.

Now, a CT scanner that reduces cancer risk

A low radiation CT scanner that reduces the risk of cancer through its controlled radiation was launched at a city hospital Monday.

`Lung cancer scans can be unreliable`

CT scans can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe cancer is growing when it`s not.

`Lung cancer scans can be unreliable`

CT scans can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe cancer is growing when it`s not.

Lung cancer scans can be unreliable: Study

CT scans to measure lung tumors can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe the cancer is growing when it`s not.

Lung cancer scans can be unreliable: Study

CT scans to measure lung tumors can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe the cancer is growing when it`s not.

CT scan to predict early death due to diabetes

Patients with calcified plaque build-up in the arteries and the heart are at greater risk.

CT scan to predict early death due to diabetes

Patients with calcified plaque build-up in the arteries and the heart are at greater risk.

Frequent CT scan linked to secondary cancers

Men with testicular cancer who opt for regular CT scans are at greater risk for secondary cancers.

Frequent CT scan linked to secondary cancers

Men with testicular cancer who opt for regular CT scans are at greater risk for secondary cancers.

Study suggests alternative to invasive heart test

People about to be scanned for suspected heart disease may want to consider a low-radiation, non-invasive test.