Tags » Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Aphasia

Aphasia

Aphasia is a language disturbance caused by a lesion of the brain that partially or totally impairs the affected individual’s ability to speak, write, or comprehend the meaning of… 50 more words

Do Laparoscopic Morcellators Risk Cancer Spreading?

Do Laparoscopic Morcellators Risk Cancer Spreading?

 Please Be Sure To

Tweet & Link to my My Blogs

To Spread The Facts World Wide

To Give Hope & Information… 1,247 more words

Cancer

MRI Breast Screening for Women at High Risk

Following an IDIS lecture exploring the role of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in patient pathways, I decided to research into MRI breast screening and how it compares to mammography. 682 more words

Intermediate Diagnostic Imaging Studies

Patient experience: Jure Franko, Olympic medal winner

The end of knee pain

09/06/2014

In spite of the fact that already for 30 years he is not a professional athlete, Jure Franko will forever remain in our history the winner of the first Slovene and Yugoslavian medal on the legendary winter 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo. 317 more words

Artros

Imaging Crohn’s Disease in Paediatric Patients

Looking back on an IDIS lecture regarding the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, Crohn’s disease was mentioned in particular because a variety of imaging techniques can be used to help manage the pathology – including ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and small-bowel follow through (SBFT). 822 more words

Intermediate Diagnostic Imaging Studies

Brain Bashing Sedation - It's All the Rage

When it comes to writing, there are numerous variables that must be adhered to. Margins, line spacing, font, font size, indent, storyline, protagonists, antagonist, POV (point of view), length of sentences, length of paragraphs, grammar, punctuation, use of adverbs, transitions, pronouns, word repetition, passive verbs, participles, and clichés; just to name a few.  736 more words

Lynn Steigleder

this day in the yesteryear: Wilhelm Röntgen Discovers X-Rays (1895)

Wilhelm Röntgen Discovers X-Rays (1895)

In 1895, Röntgen, a German physicist, discovered rays that did not exhibit properties such as reflection or refraction. Because of their mysterious nature, he called them X-rays. 59 more words