Ever feel like you're on a treadmill? Some radiologists at the University of Washington get that feeling every day, especially after exercise equipment was installed in their reading room. It's all in the name of keeping radiologists healthy by improving their physical activity, according to an article in the September American Journal of Roentgenology.
Scotsman Surgeon botched cancer sufferer back operation Scotsman SURGEONS were forced to apologise to a recovering cancer patient who was left in “unnecessary pain and discomfort” after a botched operation on her back.
X-ray scanning firm raises £725000 for expansion Leicester Mercury Image Scan, of Barrow-upon-Soar, said the funding would be used to upgrade and increase its range of portable x-ray systems and develop a new range of conveyor x-ray systems for...
X-rays are a medical advancement that has been helping us for decades. Basically, they rock. They give us an entirely new point of view when it comes to finding and treating internal injuries. Those machines can capture ...
SFGate Hospitals look to ease anxiety over scanning machines SFGate Dr. John Mackenzie, chief of radiology at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco, has seen the anxiety in patients firsthand and says it's no wonder.
Using diagnostic reference levels has outlived its usefulness, according to an article by radiation protection expert Dr. Madan Rehani, PhD, in the British Journal of Radiology (BJR). Instead, hospitals should adapt acceptable quality dose for their own needs.
Houston doctors have launched a CT-equipped mobile stroke unit to start clot-busting treatment sooner after 911 is called. The University of Texas team also hopes to learn whether patients have better long-term outcomes when they're treated sooner rather than later.
E&T magazine German research firm taps IBM for 'massive' x-ray analytics project ZDNet Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), a scientific research organization based in Germany, tapped the American tech giant to produce a new big data and...
This case is typical of PCP although due to the marked improvement in treatment of HIV it is far less commonly seen than a few decades ago. The approach to this chest x-ray in an oral exam where the history of HIV is not given would be to first de...
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