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Arsenal’s WSL champions: player ratings for Gunners’ victorious squad

first_imgfeatures Vivianne Miedema 10It is hard to look beyond Miedema for every player of the year accolade. The 22-year-old Dutch international has more than 30 goals in all competitions and when Arsenal have struggled with injury, the forward, constantly relaxed and focused on the task ahead, has continued to provide relief.Also …It would be remiss to not mention the academy players that were called upon during Arsenal’s injury-plagued season. Paige Bailey-Gayle, Amelia Hazard, Ava Kuyken, Ruby Grant, Ana Albuquerque, Hannah Dawbarn and Melissa Filis all featured, with Grant scoring an impressive hat-trick in the 4-0 defeat of Crawley Wasps in the FA Cup. Share on LinkedIn Arsenal Women Pinterest Twitter Read more Lia Wälti has impressed as a defensive midfielder. Photograph: TGSPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock Dominique Bloodworth 8Used in both defence and midfield, Bloodworth’s versatility and tough tackling have been vital to Arsenal coping with the numerous injuries throughout the season.Danielle van de Donk 8The Netherlands international has been a stalwart of the starting XI. One of many to step up to the plate in the absence of Nobbs, chipping in with regular goals (10 in the league) and keeping the front line fluid.Jordan Nobbs 7The engine of undeniably the most exciting team to watch. Cruelly misses out on the World Cup after suffering an ACL rupture against Everton. Despite not having played since November she is still the fourth-highest scorer in the league with nine goals.Kim Little 9If Nobbs is the engine, Little is the heartbeat. The Scotland veteran has been vital at controlling the tempo of Arsenal’s forward play and is arguably one of the best midfielders in the world.Victoria Schnaderbeck 4Has played three games having sat out most of the season with a knee injury she suffered in pre-season. Signed from Bayern Munich in the summer.Katrina Veje 6Veje joined from Montpellier in January and has made 10 appearances in all competitions. The Dane helped alleviate the injury crisis before a spell on the sidelines herself.ForwardsBeth Mead 8Mead has had a coming-of-age season for club and country. Her ‘crot’ (cross or shot?) goals have become a bit of a trademark. She has contributed six goals and 12 assists to Arsenal’s title push and must be fighting her way into Phil Neville’s World Cup starting plans.Lisa Evans 8Evans has most frequently been used as a right wing-back and her runs have been one of the few constants in Arsenal’s attacking play as she takes advantage of the space created by those ahead of her.Katie McCabe 8Her versatility has been showcased this season having played both as a full-back and across the midfield as required by the manager. That has not held her back – she has directly contributed to 20 goals, including a vital recent winner against a tricky Birmingham side.Danielle Carter 6Made an emotional return from an ACL injury that had kept her on the sidelines for 10 months just in time for the title run-in. Share on WhatsApp Women’s Super League Share on Pinterest Facebook center_img DefendersEmma Mitchell 7Usually played at left-back but also used across the back line as the injuries mounted. Recently returned from a month on the sidelines. A reliable member of Arsenal’s defence.Janni Arnth 7Arnth was recruited from Swedish side Linköpings in January and the Dane made an instant impact, scoring on her debut in Arsenal’s gruelling 4-2 victory over West Ham.Leah Williamson 9It is easy to forget the centre-back is only 22 but she has been crucial to maintaining the second-best defensive record in the league.Louise Quinn 7Like Williamson, one of the few players to have featured in most games this season. Can sometimes be caught off the pace but her physical presence complements Williamson and she has a strong passing game.Tabea Kemme 5Kemme has played just five games after arriving from German side Turbine Potsdam.MidfieldersLia Wälti 7Kim Little’s broken leg and Jordan Nobbs’s season-ending ACL injury could have derailed Arsenal’s strong start, but with Wälti sitting in front of the back four it remained on track. Just how vital she became went a little unnoticed until she picked up a knee injury in late January herself. The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Share on Facebook Share on Messenger GoalkeepersSari van Veenendaal 6The Euro 2017 winner, who has had to share keeping duties this season, has six clean sheets in 10 starts.Pauline Peyraud-Magnin 7Has been favoured by manager Joe Montemurro. She kept eight clean sheets but played in the 3-0 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup and the 2-0 loss to Manchester City. Share via Email Arsenal crowned WSL champions with game to spare after thrashing Brighton Topics Share on Twitter Women’s football Reuse this contentlast_img read more

3-Star DE Lashawn Paulino-Bell Drops Top 10 Via Twitter

first_imgThree-star defensive end Lashawn Paulino-Bell, a class of 2017 prospect, has narrowed his list of potential collegiate programs down to 10. Paulino-Bell, who has offers from dozens of schools, has an interesting mix in his group. Paulino is looking at Notre Dame, Kentucky, Georgia, Cal, Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan State, Mississippi State and UNC.He noted that his recruitment is still open, and that his list is not in any kind of order. He thanked everyone who’s helped him along the way too.I Want To Thank All The People Who Was There For Me On This .Edit Credit – @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/m7UOzVASjM— T.Ⓜ️oney (@Legendary__8) June 7, 2016Paulino-Bell hails from Pompano Beach, Florida. He’s the 43rd-best defensive end in the country, per 247 Sports.last_img read more

Students who were forced to opt for pvt varsities blame high DU

first_imgNew Delhi: Gone are the days when Delhi University entertained average students coming from the CBSE boards, now because of high cut-offs it will consider only those who have secured around 95 percent in their respective boards examination, forcing many students to go for private universities and bear the brunt of the hefty fee of institutions. Millennium Post reached out to few of the DU admission seakers, who had to resort to private varsities, thanks to the high cut-off that DU is infamous for. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal NagarThough, a huge chunk of average students will not get the chance in DU and will be compelled to take admission in private institutions. Entrepreneur Rohit verma, a father of three, wanted his daughter to pursue English Hons at Delhi University. Now, when he sees the fee structure of the private varsity, he bemoans the high cut-offs in DU. “She scored 92 percent in her Class 12th board exams, but the cut-offs of all good colleges were much higher. “Ab humein Rs 12 lakh dene padhey. Socha tha usko post graduation ke liye abroad bhejunga, par ab toh mushkil lag raha hai,” says Aggarwal. Also Read – Two persons arrested for killing manager of Muthoot FinanceAnother student from a private university, Samita Goyal, a fashion and life style business management student said, “I couldn’t get admission in BA English (Hons) in DU because I had not scored enough. At the private university that I am in now, the fee was around Rs 10 lakh, and with taxes it totalled up to Rs 12 lakh. Had she been secured admission at the varsity, she would have not spend that much amount over her studies.” Ritu Arora, a homemaker, has a similar story to tell. “My son had his heart set on studying economics from DU. But the varsity has unreal expectations from students. Not everyone can score 96 percent or above. What about those guys, who did not manage to score equivalent marks to get enlisted in DU,” she rues. However, not all students and parents have given up hope. Archana Kashyap, a housewife, shares “We were really hoping that our daughter would get admission in DU. Though our dreams were dashed when the cut-offs were declared, we are still hopeful, as colleges are declaring their own merit lists and we are constantly praying to god that somehow she makes it. She has taken admission in a private university for now, but we are ready to withdraw that if she makes it to DU.”last_img read more

ExBJP MP 6 others sentenced to life

first_imgAhmedabad: A special CBI court Thursday sentenced former BJP MP Dinu Bogha Solanki and six others to life imprisonment for killing RTI activist Amit Jethwa in 2010 after he tried to expose illegal mining activities in the Gir forest region.Special CBI Judge K M Dave also imposed a fine of Rs 15 lakh each on Solanki and his nephew, also an accused in the case. While pronouncing the verdict on Thursday, the court held Solanki, who was the Junagadh MP from 2009 to 2014, and his nephew, Shiva Solanki, guilty of murder and conspiracy.last_img read more

Destroyed by investigation Guy Ouellette sues Quebec government for 550000

first_imgQUEBEC — A member of the Quebec legislature who says he was “destroyed” after being targeted by Quebec’s anti-corruption police is suing the provincial government for $550,000.Guy Ouellette is demanding $250,000 for harm to his reputation, $200,000 for moral prejudice and $100,000 in monetary losses, according to court documents filed by his lawyer in Quebec Superior Court.Ouellette, who won his suburban Montreal riding for the Liberals in the Oct. 1 election, was later kicked out of caucus for allegedly leaking embarrassing information to a rival political party.The Liberals, who lost the election to Francois Legault’s Coalition Avenir Quebec, said he had lost their trust after Legault confirmed on the campaign trail that Ouellette had been the source of a 2016 leak about a Liberal partisan nomination.Ouellette’s lawsuit concerns another controversial episode he was involved in.In October 2017, Ouellette was arrested by Quebec’s anti-corruption unit, known as UPAC, on suspicion he was responsible for leaking sensitive information about an investigation to the media.The leak revealed UPAC had been investigating the comings and goings of ex-premier Jean Charest and Liberal fundraiser Marc Bibeau up until 2016.Ouellette has denied the claims, and he was never charged.His lawsuit claims the investigation into the UPAC leaks was “seriously faulty and affected by an indisputable carelessness.” The investigation “literally destroyed the plaintiff, his reputation, his political career, the trust of his political party and dealt a blow to his health,” it continues.Ouellette, 66, is a former provincial police officer who first ran for office in 2007.In more than 30 years with the provincial police, he became one of Canada’s leading biker gang investigators and a frequent expert witness at organized crime trials.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Chinas Liu says trade talks with US have not broken down

BEIJING — Chinese Vice Premier Liu He says trade talks with the U.S. have not broken down.Hong Kong’s Phoenix TV on Saturday showed Liu telling reporters that the failure to reach an agreement in the tariffs war with the U.S. during meetings in Washington on Thursday and Friday was “a small setback.”Liu said he was cautiously optimistic. He spoke to reporters before leaving Washington for Beijing after the talks ended with China insisting a deal requires that tariffs on its exports be lifted first.Liu also said the two sides were disagreeing over the amount of goods China would pledge to purchase from the U.S. to help reduce the American trade deficit.The Trump administration raised import taxes on billions of dollars in Chinese goods from 10% to 25% Friday.The Associated Press read more

Brown University in row with transgender activists over claims gender dysphoria spreading

Responding, Stephanie Davies-Arai, founder of Transgender Trend, said: “We are a left-leaning group of parents who would support their children no matter what the outcome.”Academics and researchers criticised the decision to remove the study.James Caspian, a psychotherapist who specialised in gender identity for over a decade, and who is fundraising for a legal case against Bath Spa University for blocking his research into people who decide to de-transition last year, said: “In a way mine was censored in anticipation of being criticised, it would appear that this has been attacked after it’s been done, by people whose agenda it doesn’t suit.”Bath Spa has previously said it rejected his research on methodological, not ideological grounds. In a statement posted alongside Dr Littman’s article, the journal said: “We take all concerns raised about publications in the journal very seriously, and are following up on these per our policy and COPE guidelines. “As part of our follow up we will seek further expert assessment on the study’s methodology and analyses. We will provide a further update once we have completed our assessment and discussions.” Comments on the article, which was published in journal PLOS ONE, describe the sites as “politically bent websites” which hold a “variety of anti-LGBT stances common to the religious right”. On Twitter Transgender Trend said: “Desperate attempts to undermine Lisa Littman’s important #ROGD study include defamation of the websites where parents were recruited, including the ridiculous claim that Transgender Trend is ‘far right’ and wants to ‘criminalise’ medical transition. We are not and we don’t.”Dr Littman’s paper acknowledges that the interviewees “might be more oppositional to transgender-identified individuals”, but adds that survey questions indicated they had a similar level of support for the rights of transgender people as the rest of the population. But Susie Green, the CEO of British charity Mermaids, which supports young transgender people and their families, said the methodology of the study was “completely flawed”. “The places they went to get these responses were very much anti-trans websites. They haven’t talked to the young people themselves and the parents are sourced from gender-critical websites, who do not believe that trans children exist, who think that children should be forced to accept their birth gender, no matter how much damage that causes,” she told the Telegraph.  An Ivy League college is embroiled in a row with trans activists over an article which suggested gender dysphoria was spreading among children.Brown University has removed research from its website which hypothesised that teenagers who came out as transgender were more likely to have friends who were transitioning and were influenced by YouTube videos and social media. Academics accused the university of bowing to pressure from activists after it removed a news article and link to Lisa Littman’s research. A tweet promoting the paper has also been deleted. The research concluded “social and peer contagion” was a plausible explanation for “cluster outbreaks” and a high number of cases where the majority of children in a friendship group became “transgender-identified”. A statement from Bess H. Marcus, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, said that concerns over methodology had prompted the removal, adding that members of the university had also complained. “The School of Public Health has heard from Brown community members expressing concerns that the conclusions of the study could be used to discredit efforts to support transgender youth and invalidate the perspectives of members of the transgender community,” she added. The announcement was made after critics raised concerns about the political stance of the 256 parents who participated in the study, entitled “rapid-onset gender dysphoria in adolescents and young adults”. “As a colleague, a clinician who works in this field has stated, it’s like recruiting from a white supremacist website to demonstrate that black people are an inferior race,” she added.  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. They had been sourced from online discussion groups including British site Transgender Trend and US site 4thwavenow.  read more

Dyno Nobel reports record underground blast with DigiShot Plus detonators at Renard

first_imgDyno Nobel, a global leader in commercial explosives, was a part of a record-breaking blast that took place on April 29, 2018, at the Renard diamond mine in Québec, Canada, operated and owned by Stornoway Diamond Corp. An underground blast initiated by 1,461 DigiShot Plus detonators facilitated the recovery of a large volume of kimberlite. This is the largest underground blast on record that has been initiated with DigiShot Plus. DigiShot Plus is an electronic initiation system developed by Dyno Nobel and DetNet® (a joint venture partner of Dyno Nobel).The Renard Mine is located approximately 250 km north of Mistissini in the James Bay region. The mine is a fly-in and fly-out operation, with commercial trucking to and from cities for all supplies needed to accommodate operations at the mine. The blast was initiated from the surface to ensure safety of mine employees. The use of DigiShot Plus allowed the mine to maximise timing accuracy and also tie in a large quantity of detonators while maintaining testability of the detonators. This continuous communication with the detonator allows the user to verify there are no missing detonators and each detonator will be initiated.The Renard Mine called this stope shot a “Mass Blast,” which was fitting for this large-scale blast. A total of 265,000 projected tons and 208,000 kg of explosives were used to load this stope shot, including the 1,461 DigiShot Plus detonators used for initiation. The downholes had a diameter of 6½ in and the upholes had a dimeter of 4½ in, and all hole depths varied from 25 m to 65 m.The blast design was developed by the engineering group at the Renard Mine and was executed by the Dyno Nobel on-site representatives. Josh Lachapelle, the electronic initiation representative, used ViewShot®, Dyno Nobel’s blast pattern software, to input the timing and tie in path for accuracy and potential troubleshooting.At 17:38 (5:38 pm) the blast was initiated remotely from surface consuming the 1,461 DigiShot Plus detonators. Renard Mine Management and personnel were pleased with the blast result.last_img read more

Vers un équipement informatique toujours moins énergivore

first_imgVers un équipement informatique toujours moins énergivoreFrance – Le nombre d’usagers des équipements informatiques augmente en flèche depuis la baisse des tarifs internet. De même, les dépenses énergétiques liées à l’électronique sont de plus en plus réduites.D’après l’Idate (Institut de l’audiovisuel et des télécommunications en Europe), en 2008, la consommation d’électricité due aux appareils informatiques, téléphoniques et électroniques a augmenté de 1,1% par rapport à 2005 tandis que le nombre de consommateurs, lui, a fait un bond de 40% et que le nombre d’abonnés au haut débit a doublé.À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéLes consommations énergétiques ont augmenté beaucoup moins vite que le nombre d’usagers. Ce phénomène est dû aux recherches et aux efforts écologiques afin de rendre les appareils le moins énergivores possible. Ces efforts sont en plus soutenus par certains programmes gouvernementaux, comme Energy Star aux États-Unis par exemple.Le gouvernement français voudrait encore diminuer ces dépenses d’électricité afin d’atteindre, en 2012, une consommation inférieure à celle de 2008 en ce qui concerne les appareils de la filière Tic (Technologies de l’information et de la communication). Pour cela, il faudra optimiser les consommations électriques aux heures de pointe, mettre au point des dispositifs de pilotage à distance des chauffages et des équipements domestiques, améliorer les réseaux de transports et les réseaux logistiques professionnels ainsi que la visioconférence et le télétravail afin de réduire les déplacements.Le 18 janvier 2010 à 14:34 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Les calamars peuvent entendre

first_imgLes calamars peuvent entendreDes biologistes américains viennent de découvrir que le calamar était capable d’entendre.Les scientifiques américains de l’Institut océanographique ont découverts que les mollusques étaient capables de détecter les mouvements générés par les ondes sonores de très basses fréquences. Leur système d’audition est donc différent du mécanisme humain qui entend les ondes sonores grâce au différentiel de pression qu’elles créent, associé aux ondes sonores.À lire aussiPourquoi le son de notre voix nous paraît-il si étrange sur un enregistrement ?Si les humains sont capables de percevoir des sons ayant une fréquence de 20 à 20.000 hertz, les calamars, eux, ne perçoivent que des fréquences inférieures à 500 hertz, ce qui les rend facilement vulnérables et en fait des proies faciles pour leurs prédateurs que sont les baleines et les dauphins.Pour les scientifiques, avoir compris ce mécanisme d’audition pourrait aider à comprendre le fonctionnement humain et la façon dont l’audition peut être perdue. De plus, l’étude que publie The Journal of Experimental Biology fait état de particularités anatomiques propres aux calamars : ce sont des cellules pileuses reliées à des organes en forme de sac situées à proximité de la base de leurs cerveaux qui sont capable de détecter les vibrations.Le 7 février 2011 à 18:39 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Provide accreditation cards to all eligible in Asifabad

first_imgAsifabad: The members of Komaram Bheem-Asifabad Accreditation Committee requested District Collector Rajiv Gandhi Hanumanthu to issue accreditation cards to all the eligible journalists, who applied through online.They submitted a representation to the Collector in this regard at Collector’s conference hall in Asifabad on Thursday. District Public Relation Officer Tirumala said that the present accreditation card expire date has been extended for another three months. And the online application process will continue. Accreditation committee members Prakash Goud, Surender Rao, Ravi Naik, Santosh, Kaveti Vijay and TUWJ district president Abdul Rehman and others have met the Collector.last_img read more

Northern Ireland government building flies the Pride flag in landmark move

first_imgUK parliament shuts down bid for marriage equality in Northern IrelandNorthern Ireland DUP councilor backs motion to light up town hall in rainbow colors for PridePolitician says gay brother felt unwelcome in Northern IrelandRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/northern-ireland-government-pride-flag/ A Pride flag is flying outside at a UK Government building in Northern Ireland for the first time. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Northern Ireland still do not recognize same-sex marriage. They are the only country in the UK not to do so.The flag is being flown at Stormont House.Mr Brokenshire hopes the law will eventually chance concerning same-sex marriage.‘I voted for equal marriage in England and Wales and, like the prime minister, hope this can be extended to Northern Ireland in the future,’ he said.Pride flag raised at Stormont House for first time at @JBrokenshire request. He expresses hope for intro of gay marriage in NI in future. pic.twitter.com/yUQChFVNSL— David Young (@DavidYoungPA) August 4, 2017 The flag was raised beside the Northern Ireland Office in Belfast on Friday morning (4 August). It celebrates the city’s Pride which takes place this weekend.Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire approved the flying of the flag.It also coincides with the first official visit of Republic of Ireland’s first openly gay prime minister.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will attend a Pride festival breakfast event this morning (5 August).Northern Ireland still do not recognize same-sex marriageThe iconic moves comes amid a long-term political dispute on Northern Ireland’s ban on same-sex marriage. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more

Mexico says it will produce a crime index for travel agencies

first_imgCancun, Q.R. — Mexico’s federal tourism secretary, Enrique de la Madrid, says that Mexico plans to produce an index of criminal statistics that will allow members of the travel industry to show tourists are safe in the main destinations of the country such as Cancun and Baja California.De la Madrid added that Mexico would be more proactive in dispelling false information, recalling the country’s response to reports of contaminated alcohol in resorts last year “too slow”.“We will not tolerate any kind of information that is deceptive and harms our reputation,” he said.“This was not contaminated alcohol. This was drinking abusively,” he said about the case of the death of a guest.During a recent meeting with more than 1,700 US Travel Weekly travel agents, De la Madrid said that “The security measures implemented in Mexico has led to a significant reduction of crime in the main tourist areas of the country.”“The only way to prove that many of the events and crimes that have taken place do not affect tourism or tourists is to show the numbers.“We want to give you this information so that you can, in turn, give it to your clients and say ‘These are the numbers and this is the level of risk you face if you go to Mexico, which is almost zero.’”De la Madrid described the ways in which the country’s crime reduction efforts are working. In Baja California and Quintana Roo, he said, the strengthening of the local and state police, reinforced by an additional military presence, has yielded good results.Since October, the homicide rate in Baja California, home to Los Cabos and La Paz, fell 90 percent, he said.De la Madrid said that Mexico is sometimes “treated unfairly” when it comes to security.“If Mexicans decide to travel to Washington, Los Angeles or Chicago according to crime rates, it is very likely that we would not go,” he said.“But we know we would not go to the areas where those things happen. We know we would not have a great time. It’s the same story in Mexico. The crime rates that people see do not affect international tourism.”He says travel agents can help put crime in perspective and should remind travelers that the “world is not a place of zero risk.”According to the United States Travel Advisories and Alerts, Mexico is rated as Level 2, the same as Britain, France and Germany among other popular European destinations.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img“Considering the results obtained in recent years, we hope that the use of PRP in tendinosis becomes routine for patients who practice sports activities, even at a competitive level,” she said. December 2, 2013 — Ultrasound-guided delivery of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) improves functionality and reduces recovery time in athletes with degenerative disease in their tendons, according to a study presented at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013). “PRP enables regeneration of the tendons and reduction of pain thanks to its regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties,” said Alice La Marra, M.D., radiology resident, University of L’Aquila, Italy and co-author of the study. The patients underwent ultrasound-guided PRP every 21 days for a total of three treatments. MRI was performed before the procedures and 30 days and one year after the last treatment. The researchers used standard measures of functionality and pain to determine the severity of the tendinosis. The signal intensity on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) normalized in 90 percent of the PRP patients. Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Patients with tendinosis of the Achilles tendon saw an overall improvement of 80 percent in pain and 53 percent in functionality after the PRP treatment. Those patients who had tendinosis in the patellar tendon saw a 75 percent improvement in pain and a 50 percent improvement in functionality. La Marra and colleagues recently evaluated PRP in 50 athletes who had degenerative tendinosis in the Achilles tendon and 30 who had tendinosis in the patellar tendon.  Related Content Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more For more information: www.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more PRP therapy has grown popular among professional athletes from a variety of sports, who are looking to avoid surgery or prolonged recovery periods. Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Kobe Bryant and Rafael Nadal are just a few sports superstars who are reported to have undergone PRP therapy in recent years. Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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But they will not be easy. read more Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay “Our study showed that in patients who underwent PRP treatments, there was an improvement of functionality, a decrease in pain and a normalization of the signal intensity seen on MRI,” said La Marra. “Therefore, our experience proves that PRP infiltration may be a good therapeutic alternative for the treatment of Achilles and patellar tendinopathy in athletes.” A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Current treatment for degenerative diseases of these tendons is based on the severity of the lesion and the age and activity level of the person, according to La Marra. Common treatment options include physical therapy, corticosteroids and surgery. The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Video Player is loading.Sudhen Desai explains how deep learning might assist pediatric imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 8:21Loaded: 1.95%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -8:21 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more News | December 02, 2013 PRP Therapy Improves Degenerative Tendon Disease in Athletes Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more “Our study showed that PRP is the better option. Compared to the other therapies, it allows a faster and more efficient recovery,” she said. 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