I wanted a better way to view and present medical images, so my colleagues and I created an iPad app.
Luther B. Adair Ii, MD
Many smaller radiology departments are still using film-based radiographs to present teaching files in a conference format. This presents a challenge to both the viewer and the presenter due to space limitations around the view box, degradation of film quality, and lack of consistency with format.
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The iPad and other mobile devices are able to provide access to an enormous amount of information quickly. When combined with the knowledge and expertise of a skilled professional such as a doctor, these tools are amplified in their efficiency. With an iPad, every physician can become an instant library, theater, and in the case of this patient, assistant.