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Medical Imaging Markets: X-Ray, Digital X-Ray, CT and Other Radiography Systems
Date:11/7/2011

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Chest Imaging

Multi-Drug Resistance

National Lung Cancer Screening Trial Update

Types of Cancers Found by Screening

Mammography

CR Mammography

Tomosynthesis

Approved FFDM Accreditation Bodies

Functional Imaging Alternatives

PEM Alternatives

CAD

Early Breast Cancers

Economic and Effectiveness Issues

Cardio and Vascular Imaging Computed Tomography

Multislice CT

Evolution Continues

The Virtual Colon

Fluoroscopy

Pediatric Fluoroscopy

Orthopedics Laser Printers Dental Systems

Digital Implications

Cone Beam Computed Tomography for Dentistry

Cone Beam Computed Tomography for Medical Surgery

Challenges and Issues

Private Practices

Modifying Working Behavior

Design Considerations

Advances in Innovation

New Guidance Requirements

Economics

Return on Investment

CHAPTER FOUR: ONGOING RESEARCH

Chest X-Rays Yielding to New Technologies

Double CT Scans Unnecessary

CR and DR Over Conventional Modalities

CT Scans Optimize Accuracy in ER

ERs See Increase in CT Diagnostics

CT Angiography Identifies Heart Issues

CT Colonography for Screening

First Diagnostic Radiology Application for Mobile Devices

New Cardiac Imaging Device

CT Visualizes Nano-Structure of Bones

3D Orthopedic Imaging

PET/CT May Offer Effective Breast Cancer Detection

Screening with Low-Dose Spiral CT Reduces Lung Cancer Deaths

CT Spots Seeds of Heart Disease in Healthy Patients

GE Moving Top X-Ray Executives to China

GE Launches Compact CT

Samsung Interested in Buying X-Ray Makers to Take on GE, Siemens

CHAPTER FIVE: MARKETS

General Radiography - Systems and Film

Mammography

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