Deep-learning MRI algorithm aids in neurological diagnoses

VIENNA - A newly developed deep-learning algorithm has shown promising results...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: AI algorithm predicts Alzheimer's disease progression AI reveals cause of transient ischemic attack symptoms AI can differentiate glioblastoma, brain metastasis Machine learning, fMRI unlock cellular brain properties AI algorithm detects all intracranial hemorrhage types
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A piece of software capable of spotting a brain haemorrhage on an X-ray performed with similar accuracy to human radiologists
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Diabetes can double a person's chances of developing Alzheimer's. Now researchers are beginning to understand the role of brain metabolism in the development of the disease.(Image credit: Science Source)
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This study aims to determine this rate of utilization. MATERIALS/METHODS: A single-center review of 83 patients with AIS and measured troponin was conducted. Patients were stratified based on elevated and non-elevated troponin. Between groups, we measured the utilization of evidence-based cardiac therapies and used a univariate logistic regression to compare outcomes of mortality, re-hospitalization, recurrent acute ischemic stroke, recurrent acute myocardial infarction, and a composite of these outcomes. RESULTS: Of 83 patients, 25 had elevated troponin and 58 had non-elevated troponin. There was no statistical di...
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[Premium Times] The Coalition of Civil Society Network for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria has said that increased funding for curative and preventive intervention for HIV/AIDS will give rise to zero level response in Nigeria.
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MONDAY, Oct. 21, 2019 -- Former professional soccer players have a significantly increased risk of death from brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, a new study finds. Former soccer players were about 3.5 times more likely to die of...
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MONDAY, Oct. 21, 2019 -- Long sleep duration predicts seven-year cognitive decline among U.S. Hispanic/Latino patients, according to a study published online Oct. 9 in Alzheimer's&Dementia. Alberto R. Ramos, M.D., from the University of Miami...
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TET2 upregulation has been shown to improve neurogenesis and cognitive function in old mice. So it is interesting that researchers here link increased expression of TET2 with the inflammatory response of microglia in the brain. The broader context is that is becoming increasingly clear that dysfunctional and inflammatory microglia contribute significantly to the progression of neurodegenerative conditions. This is one of many examples of apparently contradictory results to illustrate the point that cellular biochemistry is very complex. Contradictions usually indicate that there is much left to be understood about the way ...
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Brain-training apps can ’t match the several ways that exercise benefits the mind, research shows.
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