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As obesity rates continue to rise, the radiology community struggles with how to confront the challenges of imaging bariatric patients.
FDA Clears New C-arm System Technology, Cios Alpha from Siemens
The FDA has cleared Siemens' latest mobile C-arm system, which offers more power than existing devices.
Challenges in Imaging Obese Patients
When it comes to working with obese patients, manufacturers and clinicians are trying to solve the challenges presented in diagnostic imaging.
FDA Clearance Given for 6 MP LED Widescreen Radiology Display
The FDA has given clearance to NDS Surgical Imaging for the Dome S6c diagnostic display.
Technology Advances in Radiology Monitors
Innovative radiology monitors, like the LCD screen, provide better quality images.
Intraoperative Cholangiography Does Not Reduce Common Duct Injuries
Intraoperative cholangiography use during cholecystectomy does not reduce the incidence of common hepatic duct or common bile duct injuries.
Low Risk Ankle Rule Reduces Pediatric Ankle X-Rays
Ankle radiographs performed on children presenting with acute ankle injuries dropped by almost 22 percent in emergency rooms that implemented the Low Risk Ankle Rule.
Viewing Radiographs as ‘Bones Black’ Helped Detect Lung Nodules
Inverting radiographs from having the bones viewed as white to having them view as black may help radiologists detect abnormalities.