An Aberdeen inventor who helped create one of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment in history has died aged 77.
NHS 70: It was ‘just another day’ for pioneering MRI scanner team as they made a breakthrough in history of medical science
One of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment was pioneered under NHS Grampian almost 40 years ago.
Health bosses have apologised after a woman went to an Aberdeen hospital and did not get the emergency treatment a watchdog said was needed.
Ever wondered how your mouth moves when you are speaking?
A new wearable device could revolutionise the diagnosis of brain tumours and heart disease – and could even potentially read minds.
A typhoid outbreak, endorphins and the world’s first MRI scanner are some of the North-east milestones being marked as the NHS in Scotland turns 70.
A group of patients in Aberdeen have become the first in the world to be scanned using a unique MRI technology.
The Aberdeen designer of a game-changing medical invention today spoke of his pride that a prototype machine is to go on display at the National Museum of Scotland.
THE stories of Aberdeen's heroes are set to be brought to life at as part of a city festival.