Tag: medical imaging

Teleradiology Is The Future

The Healthcare sector is one of the primary domains that ensure the overall health of the mass. No nation can think of sustainable growth if the human capital of the country is not healthy.  And this is the very task the medical care sector has been entrusted with. To ensure good health, timely detection of […]

COVID-19 and Neurological Issues

Now it’s been almost a year since the novel coronavirus began spreading from one part of the world to another. With every passing day, since the outbreak, the novel coronavirus kept on spreading fast from one country to another, and within a quick time, it encompassed the entire world. In a period of ten or […]

Importance of Reduced Variations in Radiology Reports with a Standard Template

Wide-ranging variations are found among radiologists for making reports for radiology exams. But have you ever wondered what causes such variations and discrepancies? According to previous studies conducted at small institutions and single subspecialty divisions, radiologists’ experiences are associated with fewer recommendations for follow-ups. However, it is not clear how many variations are there, what […]

Medical Specialty Associations Write a Letter to Congress Making Six Requests

A number of medical specialty associations, including the American College of Radiology, Radiology Business Management Association, and other healthcare provider groups have written a letter to Congress, asking the national lawmakers to relieve radiology practices that have been until great turmoil due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Requests Made in the Letter The letter that has […]

Photoacoustics: The New Form of Fluoroscopy

Numerous innovative approaches are being introduced into mouse imaging, and one promising modality seems to be the technology of photoacoustic imaging. This system works by combining tissue penetration and acoustic imaging resolution with flexibility and sensitivity of optical imaging. That being said, it proves to be a great technology to be applied to clinical trials […]

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