Posts Tagged ‘Tumour’

Another Breakthrough from SA

Posted on: October 15th, 2021 by admin No Comments

Last Friday, we highlighted the contribution of two South Africans – Jamie Ambrose and Allan Cormack – to the development of computer […]

CT Turns 50

Posted on: October 8th, 2021 by admin 2 Comments

Fifty years ago on 1 October 1971, “Jamie Ambrose, a consultant radiologist at Atkinson Morley’s Hospital in Wimbledon, south London, made […]

Optimising Breast Cancer Screening

Posted on: August 27th, 2021 by admin

Six years ago, we reviewed a paper published in The Lancet by the Japan Strategic Anti-Cancer Randomized Trial (J-START) in which the […]

Microwave Imaging Returns

Posted on: August 6th, 2021 by admin

Four years ago, we contributed a blog entitled “From land mines to breast cancer” in which we described a system from UK […]

Deal Making During a Pandemic

Posted on: May 28th, 2021 by admin

One of the final acts when a deal is consummated is for the two parties to shake hands. However, since […]

A Tutorial on AI

Posted on: May 21st, 2021 by admin 1 Comment

Earlier this month, AuntMinnie.com hosted a virtual conference during which a series of online lectures on advances in artificial intelligence (AI) were […]

Breast Ultrasound and Catastrophic Forgetting

Posted on: May 14th, 2021 by admin

April 2021 saw the publication of journal articles that explored the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to breast ultrasound images. […]

Through the Eyes of a Shrimp

Posted on: May 7th, 2021 by admin

Since surgery is the primary option when treating malignant breast cancers, complete removal of the tumour and early identification of […]

Phase-Contrast Imaging and Breast Surgery

Posted on: February 26th, 2021 by admin 2 Comments

One of the challenges facing a surgeon when excising a malignant tumour from a patient’s breast is whether the entire […]

Vaccines for Breast Cancer

Posted on: December 18th, 2020 by admin 2 Comments

For the past few weeks, there has been understandable excitement that vaccines to inoculate people against the Covid-19 virus have […]