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Five Steps to Better Digital Radiography Asset Utilization

With growing concerns about decreasing reimbursement and lingering low confidence in access to capital for imaging and IT needs, how can radiology administrators identify waste and inefficiencies? 671 more words

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[Whitepaper] How Can Bone Suppression Improve Chest Radiographic Images?

Chest radiography is vital to diagnosing lung diseases. A high signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) is crucial if an image is to be determined as appropriate for diagnosis, and it becomes the mission of the acquisition system to leave as much noise out as possible. 131 more words

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[Webinar] Image Quality: Does it Matter, and How Should We Define It?

Where is image quality? In the capture device? In the image processing? In the display system? In the brain of the viewer? Is it everywhere, or nowhere in particular? 182 more words

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Guess the X-ray -- April's Image Challenge

Last month’s image challenge proved to be just that– a challenge! It took two different views of the object, but congratulations to the person who correctly guessed it as a stapler. 51 more words

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Studies Have Proved the Benefits of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Now How Do We Change Referral Habits?

As a female radiologist, I have created a practice dedicated to women’s imaging that includes digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), breast and body ultrasound, whole body bone density screening and other services. 593 more words

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Teleradiology Providing an Increasing Number of Opportunities in Europe

In January 2014, the European Society of Radiology (ESR) updated its white paper about best practices in teleradiology. The purpose behind this publication was to explain how facilities should best implement the services since teleradiology is becoming increasingly popular across Europe. 440 more words

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