Spine Imaging

The second edition of Spine Imaging: Case Review follows the same format as the first edition, with each case containing a set of spine images and four related questions on one page, and then on a second page the corresponding answers, literature references, cross-reference to the parent textbook (Neuroradiology: THE REQUISITES, second edition), and a […]
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Imaging of congenital anomalies of spine and spinal cord

Imaging of congenital anomalies of spine and spinal cord from charusmita chaudhary Number of View: 1145
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Omaha Imaging Expands Sub-specialty Expertise for Improved Patient Quality of Care

Omaha Imaging Expands Sub-specialty Expertise for Improved Patient Quality of Care Omaha Imaging's on-site radiologists now encompass new sub-specialties, including neuro-radiology, which correlates to better patient care and quality of interpretations for referring physicians. Omaha Imaging, the first diagnostic imaging facility to … Read more on San Francisco Chronicle (press release) RSNA 2011: India's radiology […]
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Carestream Shows Latest Innovative Medical Imaging Technologies At World's

Carestream Shows Latest Innovative Medical Imaging Technologies At World's … CHICAGO, Nov 29, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Radiology professionals have two primary objectives when it comes to delivering and improving patient care: faster access to medical images and continued improvements in image quality. … Read more on MarketWatch (press release) Staff appointments at Kona Community […]
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Hamilton Medical Center Installs 10 CARESTREAM DRX Imaging

Hamilton Medical Center Installs 10 CARESTREAM DRX Imaging recently installed 10 new digital radiography systems in its busy trauma center, radiology department and outpatient imaging center. These digital x-ray systems can improve image quality and speed image access and reporting, which can ultimately help … Read more on Healthcare Technology Online (press release) Mountain Medical […]
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Radiologists Have Little Influence Over Expensive Imaging

Radiologists Have Little Influence Over Expensive Imaging November 28, 2011 — Radiologists might hold overall medical responsibility over high-tech diagnostic imaging, but they have little say over its specific use. A new study has found that only 5.3% of high-cost medical imaging exams were performed … Read more on Medscape University Hospitals is world winner […]
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Imaging transparency Usage, reporting requirements are hot topics

Imaging transparency Usage, reporting requirements are hot topics “There are a limited number of healthcare dollars and we need to spend them as wisely as possible,” says Dr. Ben Paxton, radiology resident at Duke University Medical Center and a co-author of the unpublished study. Paxton and Dr. Ramsey Kilani, … Read more on ModernHealthcare.com Former […]
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West Houston Radiology Named in Best of 2011 Radiology Facilities by Imaging

0214 Radiology Building | 2008 | Southeast Image by Facility Records | MSU Physical Plant 0214 Radiology Building | 2008 | Southeast West Houston Radiology Named in Best of 2011 Radiology Facilities by Imaging … By West Houston Radiology HOUSTON, Dec. 5, 2011 — /PRNewswire/ — West Houston Radiology, a leader in Houston-area radiology since […]
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Susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI)

Susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI), is a new type of contrast in MRI different from spin density, T1, or T2 imaging. This method exploits the susceptibility differences between tissues and uses a fully velocity compensated, three dimensional, RF spoiled, high-resolution, 3D gradient echo scan. This special data acquisition and image processing produces an enhanced contrast magnitude […]
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Multinuclear imaging

Hydrogen is the most frequently imaged nucleus in MRI because it is present in biological tissues in great abundance. However, any nucleus with a net nuclear spin could potentially be imaged with MRI. Such nuclei include helium-3, carbon-13, fluorine-19, oxygen-17, sodium-23, phosphorus-31 and xenon-129. 23Na, 31P and 17O are naturally abundant in the body, so […]
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