MRI

Timelines
Coronavirus may cause heart damage even in mild, asymptomatic cases

20 Aug 2020

Coronavirus may cause heart damage even in mild, asymptomatic cases

The coronavirus is known to be a disease that impacts the lungs, however, it has been found that several COVID-19 patients have sustained heart damage after recovery.

Mumbai gets slight relief after record-breaking rainfall batters city

06 Aug 2020

Mumbai gets slight relief after record-breaking rainfall batters city

Maharashtra's capital Mumbai got a little respite from the downpour on Thursday, as the intensity of rainfall reduced and floodwaters receded in some areas.

Ishant Sharma suffers ankle injury ahead of New Zealand tour

21 Jan 2020

Ishant Sharma suffers ankle injury ahead of New Zealand tour

India's premier fast bowler Ishant Sharma suffered an ankle injury in the ongoing Ranji Trophy 2019-20.

Ben Stokes cleared to bowl in South Africa: Details here

11 Dec 2019

Ben Stokes cleared to bowl in South Africa: Details here

England have received a massive boost after all-rounder Ben Stokes was medically cleared to bowl during the upcoming Test series in South Africa, starting December 26 (Boxing Day).

Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles, talks about his breast cancer diagnosis

04 Oct 2019

Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles, talks about his breast cancer diagnosis

The father and former manager of singers Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Solange Knowles, Mathew Knowles, has come forward with his battle against male breast cancer.

Ashes 2019: James Anderson ruled out of second Test

06 Aug 2019

Ashes 2019: James Anderson ruled out of second Test

England have been dealt with a huge blow right after the loss in the first Ashes 2019 Test at Edgbaston.

Five doctors turned entrepreneurs in India to know about

11 Jul 2019

Five doctors turned entrepreneurs in India to know about

Becoming a doctor is the dream of many youngsters and it is one of the most sought-after professions in the country.

#NewsBytesExclusive: Wriddhiman Saha on Test selection, World Cup and more

05 Jun 2019

#NewsBytesExclusive: Wriddhiman Saha on Test selection, World Cup and more

Veteran wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha has battled past the injury cloud that hampered his career in 2018.

Google's AI attempts high school Math test, fails poorly

07 Apr 2019

Google's AI attempts high school Math test, fails poorly

From a game of chess to assessing MRIs, AI has been learning to match, sometimes even beat, human experts.

Sonu Nigam rushed to hospital due to acute back pain

20 Feb 2019

Sonu Nigam rushed to hospital due to acute back pain

Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam, who was in Nepal for a concert in Pokhara, was rushed to the hospital yesterday after he complained of back pain.

Who watched it? Kangana takes dig at Hrithik's 'Mohenjo Daro'

21 Jan 2019

Who watched it? Kangana takes dig at Hrithik's 'Mohenjo Daro'

Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan's infamous fight is back in news. Just when we thought their controversy has subsided, Kangana took another jibe at her 'silly ex'.

Nebulizers, blood pressure monitors, digital thermometers, glucometers notified as drugs

09 Dec 2018

Nebulizers, blood pressure monitors, digital thermometers, glucometers notified as drugs

Commonly used medical devices like nebulizers, blood pressure monitors, digital thermometers and glucometers have been notified as drugs under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, a step which will enable the government to ensure their quality and performance.

MRI machine test leaves several iPhones dead: Details here

31 Oct 2018

MRI machine test leaves several iPhones dead: Details here

When a healthy smartphone stops working, it is pretty weird, but when a number of devices made by a single manufacturer freeze out altogether, it is a whole new level of weird.

AIIMS Patna doctors perform brain surgery while interacting with patient

25 Sep 2018

AIIMS Patna doctors perform brain surgery while interacting with patient

For the first time in Bihar, a team of doctors at AIIMS Patna used local anesthesia to remove a tumor from the brain of a 21-year-old man.

Bleeding passengers are filing police complaints against Jet Airways

22 Sep 2018

Bleeding passengers are filing police complaints against Jet Airways

Two days after negligence aboard a Jet Airways flight left at least 30 bleeding, it seems that the airlines is set for a legal battle.

#HumanityWeeps: Snake undergoes MRI scan in Mumbai for broken spine

21 Sep 2018

#HumanityWeeps: Snake undergoes MRI scan in Mumbai for broken spine

An injured snake, which was found in a Mumbai suburb, underwent an MRI scan for its broken spine and is on the recovery path after being put through treatment.

This AI system can fix your grainy, low-light photos

10 Jul 2018

This AI system can fix your grainy, low-light photos

Researchers from Nvidia, MIT, and Aalto University have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system called Noise2Noise that can reduce noise in photos.

Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea discharged from hospital; taken back to Byculla-prison

03 Jun 2018

Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea discharged from hospital; taken back to Byculla-prison

Former media executive Indrani Mukerjea, who was admitted to Mumbai's JJ hospital on Friday with a history of chest pain and discomfort, was discharged from the hospital on Saturday evening after her results came out normal.

#WorldNoTobaccoDay: Doctors raise awareness about the perils of smoking

31 May 2018

#WorldNoTobaccoDay: Doctors raise awareness about the perils of smoking

Smokers are at a risk of losing their teeth almost twice as fast as non-smokers, dental experts have cautioned while underlining that smoking is an impediment to effective treatment of gum disease.

Tins and condoms, all that's needed for smuggling liquid cocaine

19 Apr 2018

Tins and condoms, all that's needed for smuggling liquid cocaine

It seems condoms are not just used during coitus, but also for smuggling cocaine, as the arrest of three foreign nationals in Delhi - two Brazilians and one African - proved.

MRI machine death: BMC report holds ward boy, aaya responsible

16 Apr 2018

MRI machine death: BMC report holds ward boy, aaya responsible

After 2.5 months of the incident, the BMC report holds the MRI room's ward boy and hospital help responsible for the death of Rajesh Maru (32), who died within minutes after being sucked into the MRI machine in Nair hospital.

Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea rushed to JJ hospital, drug overdose suspected

07 Apr 2018

Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea rushed to JJ hospital, drug overdose suspected

Former media executive Indrani Mukerjea, arrested for allegedly murdering her daughter Sheena Bora, was admitted yesterday to JJ Hospital in a 'drowsy' state.

We finally know why cracking knuckles makes noise

30 Mar 2018

We finally know why cracking knuckles makes noise

Have you ever wondered why your knuckles make that sound when cracked? Have you believed cracking knuckles causes arthritis? Scientists have finally found the answer to this long pending mystery.

Mumbai: World's largest 1.8-kg tumor removed from man's brain

23 Feb 2018

Mumbai: World's largest 1.8-kg tumor removed from man's brain

A team of doctors from Mumbai removed a staggering 1.8-kg tumor from a man's brain, hailing from Uttar Pradesh.

Mumbai: Man gets sucked into MRI machine and dies

28 Jan 2018

Mumbai: Man gets sucked into MRI machine and dies

In a shocking incident at the Nair government hospital in Mumbai Central, 32-year-old Rajesh Maru who was taking his relative to the MRI room got sucked into the MRI machine and passed away.

IIT-Kanpur's 'Gita super site' sees 4,700% jump in readership

11 Jan 2018

IIT-Kanpur's 'Gita super site' sees 4,700% jump in readership

The faculty at IIT-Kanpur is bewildered: readership on a 10-year-old dormant website on Hindu religious scriptures has suddenly surged by 4,700%!

Mumbai: One rupee clinic at doorstep for senior citizens

15 Nov 2017

Mumbai: One rupee clinic at doorstep for senior citizens

Six months ago, Central Railway, along with an organization called 'Magicdil', had started 24X7 'One Rupee Clinics' at 14 stations, to support the commuters in the state of medical emergencies.

Breast cancer is now the leading type in Indian women

08 Oct 2017

Breast cancer is now the leading type in Indian women

Emerging data is pointing to a new trend in Indian women: a combination of several factors has led to breast cancer being the leading type here, replacing cervical cancer.

Charlie Gard dies after battling for 11 months

29 Jul 2017

Charlie Gard dies after battling for 11 months

Charlie Gard, the baby who had been at the center of a high-profile court battle passed away on 28th July.

MRI-tech will make telepathy possible in 8 years, start-up claims

11 Jul 2017

MRI-tech will make telepathy possible in 8 years, start-up claims

Everybody has heard about telepathy i.e. thinking something inside your head and your thoughts getting transmitted to another person or vice versa.

Male entrepreneurs love their companies like their children

10 Apr 2017

Male entrepreneurs love their companies like their children

In a study published in the journal Human Brain Mapping, researchers found that male entrepreneurs experienced a feeling similar to fatherly love when showed pictures of their company.

Delhi: the city that keeps growing

07 Dec 2016

Delhi: the city that keeps growing

Travellers will soon be able to zip to Meerut from Delhi in an hour.