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Protection for skin during cancer radiotherapy provided by natural products from plants
Radiotherapy for cancer involves exposing the patient or their tumor more directly to ionizing radiation, such as gamma rays or X-rays.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Claron Nil Zero-Footprint Viewers to Support Remote Image Reading
Claron Technology announces a partnership with Medishare, an innovative Italian telehealth system provider, for the integration of its family of Nil zero-footprint viewers in the Medishare PACS and RIS solutions, provided throughout Italy.
Monmouth physicians receive medical research award
Two medical research studies by resident physicians at Monmouth Medical Center received the top award in the 2014 Ellen M. Cosgrove, M.D., Housestaff Research Awards competition for advancing medical and surgical knowledge.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
New radiological signs of gastric lap band slippage identified
Researchers in Ohio and Rhode Island have identified two previously undescribed radiological signs of potentially life-threatening slippage of laparoscopically adjustable gastric bands.
The Town Talk
Graham: With God, we can face anything without being paralyzed by fear
Dear Rev. Graham: My doctor just called to say I need to go back to the radiologist for another X-ray, because something suspicious showed up on the first one.
Medical News Today
Study and clinical trial aim to identify biomarkers and provide clues ...
Investigators at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute are developing a novel, multistep investigational treatment for one of the most complex and difficult-to-treat forms of the disease, locally advanced pancreatic cancer .
DEAR REV. GRAHAM: My doctor just called to say I need to go back to the radiologist for another X-ray, because something suspicious showed up on the first one.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Data from University of Paris Provide New Insights into Biomedical...
However, the semantic gap between low-level image features and their high level semantics may impair the system performances."
Leawood radiologist's Facebook posts too transparent; Kansas ethics board investigates
U.S. Senate candidate and Leawood radiologist Milton Wolf was trying to be funny on Facebook, but now his posts have garnered attention from the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports .
Global Data Center Services Provider CyrusOne Selected by Austin Radiological Association
Global data center services provider CyrusOne announced today it has been selected to house the IT infrastructure for the Austin Radiological Association, a provider of quality diagnostic imaging services to referring physicians and patients in Texas.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Lower-dose 3-D mammography is here in the L-C Valley
A new piece of 3-D technology has been proven to increase breast cancer detection accuracy by 25%.
The City Wire
Northwest Health to offer 3D breast cancer screening
Northwest Breast Imaging Center is now offering the 3D mammography for breast cancer screening.
VuCOMP Receives Market Clearance for M-Vu Breast Density in Canada
VuCOMP, Inc., leading developer of advanced computer vision systems for the detection of breast cancer, announced today that it has amended its Health Canada Medical Device License to include M-Vu Breast Density.
The Times of Israel
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Dr. Nahum Kovalski received his bachelor's of science in computer science and his medical degree in Canada.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
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Mike Haskey firstname.lastname@example.org Stephanie Griffin, a mammography technician at the Columbus Diagnostic Center,right, and patient LaDonna Cowart demonstrate the 3D Digital Mammography the center provides.
Roberts, challenger trade barbs in new ads
Sen. Pat Roberts and his primary challenger, radiologist Milton Wolf, are exchanging fierce barbs in new ads launched the final weeks of their primary fight.
'Absolutely no doubt' ultrasound wait times putting patients at risk
St. Martha's Regional Hospital used to have three working ultrasound machines, but three months ago, the chief radiologist for the region decommissioned two of them - because they were too old and not giving accurate results.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Obamacare addresses growing physician shortage
Peering in the darkness toward the murky image of a 22-week-old fetus on a computer screen, Dr. Fabio Paes pointed to a tiny bump that, to a layman's eyes, appeared indistinguishable from the undulating shapes around it.
X-ray to fix broken earphone
This may sound bizarre but a US doctor has used X-ray machine to fix his broken headphone after diagnosing a tiny break in the cords.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
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Temporary Tenants Give Luxury Homes A Lived-In Look
His home in Yorkville, Ill., was unoccupied. It had lingered on the market for a long time - and Schupbach, a radiologist in Aurora, Ill., was growing uncomfortable.