Articles Related to radiation exposure on Health Imaging Hub
On this page you will find all the articles related to radiation exposure that have been published on Health Imaging Hub.
According to a new study, Computed Tomography (CT) scans on the abdomen and pelvis are accompanied with higher radiation risks when performed on younger patients. The radiation risks are estimated to be twice higher in such patients. Dr. James Koonce, Medical University of South Carolina, the study...
 
According to a new study, performing mammograms on women younger than 40 years of age can only detect few cancers. Yet, it results in anxiety to these women since they frequently get "false positives" scans that persuade them to follow-up to rule out cancer. The study was published in the Journal of...
 
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) made an announcement that CalypsoŽ System - which is currently cleared by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for use in radiation therapy - has been installed and available now at all CTCA centers nationwide. The CalypsoŽ System is a non-ionizing sol...
 
According to a couple of studies, conducted in the United States, the radiation exposure taking place while performing computed tomography (CT) scans can result in cancer, decades after patient scanning. The study was presented at the Archives of Internal Medicine. CT scans includes higher doses of ...
 
It is a fact that the advantages of computed tomography (CT) have showed significant increase greatly during the last decade. The technique is able to generate high quality images of anatomical features. The future development is even promising to be of much more advantages. However, the use of CT h...
 
According to a new study, the use of high-technology imaging scans on older cancer patients has significantly increased in recent years, leading to a raised concern about radiation exposure and costs of these procedures. The study noted that lung cancer patients, for instance, diagnosed in 2006 had ...
 
In a study by Thomas Jefferson University (TJU), non-invasive coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) is a cost-effective alternative to invasive cardiac catheterization in the care of patients who have positive stress test results but a less than 50 percent chance of actually having signific...
 
A letter from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) of the United States was informing linear accelerators and radiotherapy treatment systems vendors that there is a need to change the process of device approval; the change aims to reduce the errors resulted from radiation exposure. Radiology exposu...
 
According to recent study, made in the United States, imaging examinations used for screening asymptomatic people for lung cancer are not always accurate. Imaging usually finds suspicious growths that, on further investigation, do not appear to be cancer. Researchers said that these findings point t...
 
The Mount Sinai Medical Center now uses a new cardiac nuclear imaging system by GE Healthcare, a cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) based nuclear cameras that reduces imaging time for patients while reducing radiation exposure too. Milena J. Henzlova, MD, Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), Mount Sinai S...
 
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