BoneXpert has been licensed to several major children’s hospitals in Italy, culminating with the sales to the largest children’s hospital in Europe Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù in Rome, run by the Vatican City. The number of sites having purchased a license to BoneXpert is now 135
Professor Bram van Ginneken gave a great talk at ECR 2018 about the role of AI in radiology – watch the video here
Read more “March 2018: Video on AI in radiology”
There is a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence will affect radiology, but not much about the AI systems already in use. It is therefore timely that Radboud University and EuSoMII are organising a Hands-on AI Day in Nijmegen on April 21, 2018.
Read more “February 2018: Hands-on AI”
Prof Dr med Oskar Jenni of University of Zurich with expertise in developmental psychology, and PhD Hans Henrik Thodberg, developer of BoneXpert, will give a joint, interdisciplinary talk: Age estimation at the end of puberty: From a hand radiograph or from mental/psychological assessment
Read more “May 2017: Special Focus Session on age assessment at ESPR 2017”
BoneXpert has been introduced in four new countries by a purchase from these institutions:
- Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, England
- CHU Toulouse, France
- Istituto Giannina Gaslini, Genova, Italy
- Regency Hospital, Kanpur, India
There are now in total 80 hospitals using BoneXpert for at least 100 analyses per year.
Read more “February 2017: BoneXpert licensed to 80 hospitals”
Two new papers report the use of BoneXpert to assess rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis. They exploit the recent extension of BoneXpert’s measurement of cortical thickness in the metacarpals to adults.
Read more “January 2017: Assessment of arthritis with BoneXpert”
The upcoming release of BoneXpert version 2.4 (version 184.108.40.206, released Dec 28) extends the Greulich-Pyle bone age range up to 19 years for boys and 18 years for girls. Previous versions were less reliable in the bone age range 17-19 for boys and 15-18 for girls. The validation of this extension is reported in the International Journal of Legal Medicine.
Read more “November 2016: Automated bone age extended up to 19 years”
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen’s first public presentation of the new X-rays took place on the 23rd of January 1896 in Würzburg.
The Swiss anatomist Albert von Kölliker volunteered to have his hand X-rayed during the lecture, and the resulting image has now been analysed with a new version of BoneXpert, presented in the Archives of Osteoporosis
Read more “May 2016: The world’s first osteoporosis screening”