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Quasi-Diffusion Imaging, a Novel and Improved Quantitative MRI Method
MRI method that allows faster data acquisition with lower noise and higher accuracy, with application in stroke, brain tumours and dementia Background MRI technology has revolutionised healthcare and is currently the leading method for clinical and research studies of the brain and other biological systems. Worldwide, there are more than 50,000...
Published: 1/24/2023   |   Updated: 4/20/2022   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Barrick, Franklyn Howe
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Category(s): Brain, Clinical software, Diagnostic, Imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging
Tissue Iron Quantification in the Heart and Liver
­Proposal to build a centralised framework for automated T2* mapping in the heart and liver using cloud computing techniques. Background Reliable tissue iron quantification is essential for preventing death and for managing chelation therapy in patients with thalassemia, sickle cell disease, plastic anaemia, myelodysplasia, and other transfusion-dependant...
Published: 11/29/2021   |   Updated: 11/18/2021   |   Inventor(s): Taigang He
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Category(s): Bioinformatics, Anaemia, Cardiovascular, Clinical software, Liver, Imaging
Therapeutic Targets and Pain Stratification for Patients with Osteoarthritis
­Identification of a number of differentially-expressed genes in bone marrow lesions for stratification of patient pain. Background Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic disease characterised by the deterioration of cartilage in joints resulting in bones rubbing together creating pain and impaired movement. According to the World Health Organisation...
Published: 1/24/2023   |   Updated: 11/17/2021   |   Inventor(s): Nidhi Sofat
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Category(s): Osteoarthris, Inflammation, Diagnostic, Rheumatology, Pain, Therapy, Imaging
Tissue-type Mapping of Brain Tumours with MRI
­This invention provides a novel method of analysing MRI data of a tumour in order to determine the tumour type. Background Glial tumours are the most common primary brain tumour and exhibit a heterogeneous infiltrative growth pattern. Although biopsies are still key to assessing tumour type and grade, they do not provide a full 3D picture of...
Published: 10/14/2022   |   Updated: 11/12/2021   |   Inventor(s): Franklyn Howe, Thomas Barrick, Felix Raschke
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Category(s): Cancer, Brain, Imaging, Tumour, Radiotherapy
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