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As announced by IndyCar on Tuesday, 17 races are scheduled for the new season. Compared to 2018, however, there are several changes. For the first time, the Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin (Texas) of the IndyCar series. In addition, as previously announced seven weeks ago, it will return to Laguna Seca, California, for the first time since 2004. In return, Phoenix (Arizona) and Sonoma (California) will no longer appear as announced. Season opener 2019 will be held on March 10 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The finale will take place on September 22 in the form of the Laguna Seca comeback. Detroit remains the only double header with two races on a weekend. Toronto in Canada continues to be the only race outside the US. The oval races in Fort Worth, Texas, Newton, and St. Louis, Illinois are floodlit races that take place on Saturday night. In the end, the 17 races of the 2019 IndyCar season are spread across the different types of tracks as follows: seven times permanent circuit, five times oval and five times city course. Despite the latest technology and well-trained radiologists, the early and reliable diagnosis of breast cancer remains a challenge.
According to the Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum Heidelberg, approximately 69,000 women are diagnosed with “breast cancer” every year in Germany, and nearly 18,000 women die from it. Traditional diagnostic procedures are established, but not always reliable. On the other hand, 3D images with a high isotropic resolution offer significant advantages. The Erlangen-based company AB-CT presents nu: view, the world’s first breast CT scanner based on spiral CT technology. Immediately after obtaining the CE certificate for the new product,
the patient operation at the University Hospital Zurich (USZ) was recorded and the first images were taken. “Nu: view is characterized by a very high image resolution with low radiation dose and a short exposure time,” explains Benjamin Kalender, CEO of AB-CT, the benefits of the new CT scanner. “In order to achieve the best possible image quality with the highest dose efficiency, we use state-of-the-art single photon counting technology.”
In contrast to conventional scintillation, nu: view uses cadmium telluride detectors (CdTe) transforms each X-ray photon directly into an electrical impulse.First image captureWhen circulating around the female breast, 2,000 projections are made, a April 2019 Calendar Excel llowing a complete scan to take only seven to 12 seconds – with a very low radiation dose without compression of the breast.