Research Area

We are focused on X-ray, MRI and CT in our work, as the most widespread radiological studies in the world
We are focused on X-ray, MRI and CT in our work, as the most widespread radiological studies in the world

Research Area

CT and MRI data provides more accurate studies and bigger data values for research, although requires more time and funds.
X-ray data is less complex and can provide a rapid, preliminary result. Also, X-ray is readily available, even in remote parts of the world.
Therefore, these three sources of data complement each other and we believe that contrary to popular opinion, they will not lose their relevance as a mean of research over the coming decades.
CT and MRI data provides more accurate studies and bigger data values for research, although requires more time and funds.
X-ray data is less complex and can provide a rapid, preliminary result. Also, X-ray is readily available, even in remote parts of the world.
Therefore, these three sources of data complement each other and we believe that contrary to popular opinion, they will not lose their relevance as a mean of research over the coming decades.

Road map

Under development
Chest X-ray
Foot X-ray
• Chest CT COVID-19
Implemented
PET CT
Increase the number of areas studied by X-ray,
Planned
Mammography - Q1 2020
• Chest CT (oncology)
Brain MRI - Q3 2020
CT, MRI and ultrasound

Road map

Under development
Chest X-ray
Foot X-ray
Knee X-ray
Implemented
PET CT
Increase the number of areas studied by X-ray,
Planned
Mammography - Q1 2020
Chest CT - Q2 2020
Brain CT - Q3 2020
CT, MRI and ultrasound
PET CT
Increase the number of areas
studied by X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound

Scientific publications

Scientific publications

Publication in the English scientific journal Imaging Medicine (No. 6, 2019)


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Authors: Lilian Nitris, Anna Varfolomeeva, Dmitry Blinov, Pavel Gavrilov, Irina Kamishanskaya & Alina Lobishcheva





Publication in the English scientific journal Imaging Medicine (No. 5, 2019)


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Authors: Lilian Nitris, Evgenii Zhukov, Dmitry Blinov, Pavel Gavrilov, Ekaterina Blinova & Alina Lobishcheva

Date: november 2019

Impact Factor 0.36 (CITE Factor)
H Index value 16
NLM ID – 101485952

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