Articles Related to radiation exposure on Health Imaging Hub
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Based on a new study conducted by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, a new MRI technique to map and track creatine at higher resolutions in the heart may enable clinicians and scientists to discover abnormalities and disorders earlier than standard ...
 
Based on a report presented at the illustrious San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 2013, the BioZorb™ three-dimensional surgical marker significantly improves visualization of the treatment area for radiation planning and therapy. The scientific account reports that the tissue marker is easy to pos...
 
Dayton Children’s Hospital has become one of the dozens of hospitals and imaging centers across the nation in applying new scanning technology that significantly reduces doses of potentially cancer-causing radiation. Radiation exposure stemming from computed tomography (CT) procedures is a major co...
 
Researchers from the Shin-Yokohama Yamasaki Clinic, report that almost half of rheumatoid arthritis patients show pulmonary abnormalities in computer-assisted tomography (CT) chest scans. “Of 355 patients studied, high-resolution CT revealed pulmonary abnormalities in 177 patients, including 91 who...
 
A new study revealed that the use of ultrasound testing rather than x-rays or CT scans in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) significantly diminishes patient radiation exposure and lowers costs of care. The study was presented at CHEST 2013, the annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicia...
 
The catastrophic Chernobyl nuclear power plant exposed hundreds of thousands of people to extreme levels of ionizing radiation. In the years after the horrendous disaster, there was an acute rise in the number of papillary thyroid cancers(PTC) in patients that were children at the time of the nucle...
 
Based on a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, patients who are in the early stages of breast cancer and receive radiation treatments on the left side of their body in a facing-up position were shown to be at a greater risk of contracting heart disease. Researchers from the Columbia Universi...
 
USA, October 23, 2013 - As implementation of the Affordable Care Act proceeds, academic radiology departments must adapt to the new healthcare environment by focusing on value instead of volume, according to an article in the October issue of Academic Radiology. In order to thrive under the ACA, th...
 
A recent study by Georgetown University Medical Center researchers reveal that they have discovered a compound coming from cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli, that was able to shield mice and rats from fatal doses of radiation. Their study, published in the Proceedin...
 
USA, October 10, 2013 - Hospital officials looking to successfully implement an enterprise radiation dose safety program at their facilities should not assume that technology will do all of the work for them, according to Chris Tomlinson, administrative director of radiology at The Children's Hospit...
 
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