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Diagnostic Imaging North America

NOVEMBER 2006

COVER STORY

By: John C. Hayes

DEPARTMENTS

X-RAY VISION

By: John C. Hayes

Radiology needs to be cautious as teleradiology business expands

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Cardiac Care

Imaging & the Law

By: Thomas W. Greeson, J.D.

Digital Department

By: Bruce Reiner, M.D.

Magnetic Resonance

By: Steven R. Renard

Bowel Imaging

By: Alec J. Megibow, M.D., MPH, FACR

Radiation Exposure

By: Emily Hayes

Liver Disease

By: Andrew Kennedy, M.D.

Nuclear Medicine

By: James Brice

Technologists

By: James Brice

Town-Gown Issues

By: C.P. Kaiser

Perturbations

By: Eric Trefelner, M.D.

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Technology Advisor

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