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Say "no" to x-rays

...ee months, patients who had initially received the radiography did not receive any clinical benefit. Indeed they ...and overall bad heath status. The group not given radiography also reported being more satisfied with the care they received. The authors suggest radiography rein...

MDCT Compared to Digital Radiography in Orthopedic Patients

...inal fusions who'd undergone MDCT and conventional radiography for the evaluation of bone healing were included i...ete fusion. In 27 patients (63%), MDCT and digital radiography were concordant with regard to the extent of bone healing, while in 16 patients (37%) the results we...

MRI-guided Breast Biopsy Pronounced a Success

...n-Dogan said. Whole specimen and sliced specimen radiography was performed in 10 patients, and X-raying the les...id Dr. Erguvan-Dogan. In addition, "whole specimen radiography is able to correctly locate fractured biopsy needle localization wires, which may be removed before ...

Specimen Radiography Confirms Success of MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy

...-Dogan said. Whole specimen and sliced specimen radiography was performed in 10 patients, and X-raying the les...id Dr. Erguvan-Dogan. In addition, “whole specimen radiography is able to correctly locate fractured biopsy needle localization wires, which may be removed before ...

Upgrading Donor Lung Quality to Improve Availability

...g donor criteria by reassessing oxygenation, chest radiography and bronchoscopic findings as absolute criteria after active donor management,” said Dr. Angel. The authors concluded that implementing a similar donor-management program on a large scale at organ banks around the U.S., with a procurement rate appr...

Dental X-rays of Carotid Artery Cannot Estimate Stroke Risk

...gged by a blood clot or some other mass. Panoramic radiography is a procedure used in dental practice for detecti...sion should receive close examination. Panoramic radiography may demonstrate that CCAAs calcify over time, but there is little evidence-based information that CC...

Kalam Urges for Using Tele-radiology to Help Rural Poor

...hich is working towards providing low cost digital radiography equipment and electronic medical records systems with tele-radiology facility. Noting that the country has less than 6,000 radiologists, he said the introduction of tele-radiology would not only enable efficient utilisation of this scarce expertise...

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