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Picture Archiving and Communication Systems

Picture Archiving and Communication Systems or PACS is a computerised technique which has replaced the role of conventional radiological film. It is a digital technology through which images can be acquired, stored, transmitted, and displayed. This system provides economical storage and convenient access to images...

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05 December
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Teleradiology

Transmission of images obtained via radiology like x-rays, CTs, MRIs, ultrasounds, etc – from one place to another is called as Teleradiology. Radiologists among the world can share information and new findings through Teleradiology. Images can be sent to another part of the hospital, or...

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07 November
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Paediatric Radiology

Paediatric radiology is a part of radiology involving the images of young adults, adolescents, infants, children and foetus. These can be carried out in a children's hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of specific pathological conditions of children. Some diseases and pathological conditions are similar...

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04 October
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New Advancements in Ultrasound

Medical ultrasound is a Medical Imaging technique. It is also known as diagnostic sonography or ultrasonography. In this technique, high-frequency sound waves are used to visualize soft tissues such as internal organs. According to USFDA, this modality generates images showing actual movement of the tissues or blood flow....

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09 August
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Nuclear Medicine

Introduction Nuclear medicine is a medical imaging technique used for the diagnosis of various types of diseases like cancers, diseases involving gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological systems and other abnormalities within the body. It is very safe and painless technique, in which a small amount of radioactive...

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03 July
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