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Scientists have visualised for the first time protein ‘tangles’ associated with dementia in the brains of patients who have suffered a single head injury.
The Trust is the first in the world to use high-intensity, focused ultrasound waves to treat a patient with essential tremor on both sides of his body, avoiding traditional invasive brain surgery.
Imperial College Healthcare is one of six NHS trusts in north west London that have formed a new network to improve imaging services – including x-ray, MRI and CT scans – to enable better care for…
A scheme to improve the care of acute and chronic wounds in north west London which has saved the local health service £840,000 has been recognised with an award from the Health Service Journal (HSJ).
In the latest edition of the Imperial College podcast, Dr Paul Bentley, consultant neurologist at the Trust and senior lecturer in brain sciences at the College, talks about developing the world's…
Maternity ward patients at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital can breathe easy thanks to a brand-new device providing non-invasive respiratory support to patients in the High Dependency Unit.