The way in which the heart ages is sex dependent. This difference is the biggest in the left ventricle – clinically relevant because its mass is a predictor of cardiovascular events. That is written in Radiology by American researchers of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Continue reading
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Nanoparticles composed of iron oxide molecules could make Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) an even better technique to detect and fight diseases. This is indicated by research published this week in Advanced Functional Materials. Continue reading
MedZine wishes you a happy, healthy, and successful 2014! We start the year by highlighting a few interesting findings. We will tell you about how a moving wrist can now be captured with MRI. And while you smell with your nose, odor-detecting cells have now been found in the lungs! Continue reading
Also this week MedZine brings you the latest medical news on various medical specialisms. In this editorial two striking studies in oncology are highlighted. The first shows how putting the brake on regulatory T cells boosts anti-tumor immunity. The second describes how sugar helps to find and assess prostate cancer. Continue reading