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Unlocking the potential of imaging in Alzheimer ’s disease care

Jan Makela.In the U.S., more than 6 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease, a debilitating and far-reaching disease that accounts for 60% to 80% of dementia cases, and by 2050, this number is projected to rise to nearly 13 million, according to Alzheimer’s Disease International. Alzheimer’s has been a formidable challenge for our society, patients, caregivers, and healthcare systems for decades. The disease affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Its symptoms typically start with mild cognitive impairment and eventually grow severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Historically, medications and therapies have been of limited effectiveness and have focused on treating the symptoms of the disease rather than addressing its root cause. This lack of effective treatment, coupled w...

Insightec releases Exablate upgrade

Insightec has released Exablate Prime, an upgraded version of its Exablate Neuro platform.Changes to the platform include:Improved user interface,Automated calculations,Improved therapy delivery,Increased specificity and control,Real-time monitoring,Enhanced planning and support, andImproved visualization and image management.The upgrade also includes an optional 3-tesla head coil, the company said. It is available for purchase in the U.S. as of this month.In other Insightec news, the firm announced that the Dutch Healthcare Institute has recommended that MR-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS) be reimbursed for people suffering from essential tremor. (Source: AuntMinnie.com Headlines)

Philips spotlights AI, image-guided therapy, and CT at ECR 2024

VIENNA – Philips brought a clutch of new products to ECR 2024, including two image-guided therapy systems and a new CT scanner. In the image-guided therapy section of its booth, the company unveiled its Azurion neuro biplane system. Designed to support diagnosis, image guidance, and therapy assessment of neurovascular patients, Azurion neuro biplane integrates images from two x-ray detectors into a 3D view and can serve as a complete interventional system, according to the vendor. The system includes Philips’ latest Neuro Suite software and services, its ClarityIQ image processing software, and neuro-specific tools, the company said. What’s more, Philips has incorporated features such as enhanced C-arm rotation, angulation, and parking facilities to enable a rapid transition from 2...

Research team highlights interactive patient tool for mammography results

Researchers have developed a virtual tool for women undergoing breast cancer screening to interact with their mammography results, according to a study published January 5 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. The researchers, led by Seetharam Chadalavada, MD, from the University of Cincinnati in Ohio noted that their tool provides an interactive platform and education suite for women seeking information on their breast cancer screening reports. “We created a prototype with an interactive patient report that included interactive images, results, next steps, and individual risk level for breast cancer,” Chadalavada and colleagues wrote. Previous research suggests that gaps in patient knowledge of mammography persist. A 2020 study found that less than half of interview...

Cardiac PET manufacturers form new coalition

Three cardiac PET imaging manufacturers have formed the Cardiac PET Industry Coalition (CPIC) to promote federal policies that advance health outcomes for patients with cardiovascular disease. The coalition's founding members include CDL Nuclear Technologies, Bracco Diagnostics, and Siemens Healthineers. CPIC also aims to improve the availability of cardiac PET diagnostics. The coalition said it will advocate for fair and transparent coverage and reimbursement policies that facilitate access to cardiac PET, align practitioners with regard to research opportunities, highlight the clinical and economic benefit of the modality, and provide expanded opportunities to educate healthcare providers and policymakers on the overall value of cardiac PET. CPIC has begun its work by weighing in on 2...

Enigma Biomedical inks deal to develop tau PET biomarkers

Enigma Biomedical Group USA (EBG-USA) has signed an exclusive agreement to commercialize AbbVie’s tau PET imaging biomarkers for use in patients with suspected neurodegenerative disease. Under the agreement, EBG-USA and AbbVie will collaborate with EBG-USA’s academic and pharmaceutical partner network to validate preclinical and clinical PET ligands during an initial evaluation period. If the evaluations are favorable, EBG-USA has the option to negotiate an exclusive license agreement with AbbVie for the PET ligands. Misfolded tau protein in the brain is a common feature of several neurodegenerative diseases, including progressive supranuclear palsy and corticobasal degeneration, EBG-USA said. Tau ligands labeled with F-18 radioisotopes are used as radiotracers during PET imaging to ...

ECR: Coronal reconstruction on ABUS helps avoid false negatives

Careful consideration of results from coronal reconstruction on automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) can help clinicians avoid false negatives, according to study results shared February 29 at ECR 2024. The fact that ABUS is capable of this 3D technique differentiates it from handheld ultrasound, said presenter Elizabet Nikolova, MD, of University Hospital of Zürich in Switzerland. In a study she conducted with colleagues, two women were diagnosed with invasive carcinoma on follow-up after initial ultrasound findings were classified as BI-RADS 2. "Both lesions were already visible in previous ABUS and mammography and the 'retraction phenomenon sign' [which is highly specific for distinguishing benign from malignant breast lesions] was visible in the ABUS-coronal reconstruction," she said...

Radiation oncologists make AACR Academy's 2024 class list

Two radiation oncologists have made the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Academy's 2024 fellows class list. The two radiation oncologists include the following: Laura D. Attardi, PhD, is the Catherine and Howard Avery professor of the school of medicine, professor of genetics, and professor of radiation oncology at Stanford University in California. Silvia C. Formenti, MD, is chair of the department of radiation oncology; Sandra and Edward Meyer professor of cancer research; and professor of radiation oncology and of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. The AACR Academy "recognizes and honors distinguished scientists whose scientific contributions have propelled significant innovation and progress against cancer," the association said. A full list of th...

ACR chief research officer talks importance of diversity in research

Black History Month may be ending, but understading the importance and triumphs of diversity doesn’t have to end with February’s passing. In radiology research, the age of precision medicine means better understanding different challenges that unique patient populations face. And researchers have called for more diversity in clinical trials to address these challenges. Etta Pisano, MD, spoke with AuntMinnie.com about challenges, successful recruitment strategies, and the importance of diversity in research trials. (Source: AuntMinnie.com Headlines)

Using deep learning with CT helps predict hip fractures

A deep-learning model that includes digital x-rays reconstructed from 3D hip CT images shows promise for predicting subsequent fractures in patients with a relatively recent hip break, researchers have found. The findings could improve how clinicians care for their patients, wrote a team led by doctoral candidate Yisak Kim of Seoul National University Graduate School in South Korea. The group's findings were published January 30 in Radiology. "Developing a prediction model for short-term subsequent fracture risk is important because it would identify patients at the highest risk and aid in determining appropriate treatment strategies," the team noted. Patients who sustain an initial fracture are at highest risk for another over the next few years, the investigators explained. But models...

ECR: Implementing imaging referral guidelines shows positive impact

Implementing imaging referral guidelines not only supports value-based radiology but makes it easier to communicate with patients about low-value services, according to findings presented February 29 at ECR 2024. In an open forum, Yi Xiang Tay, of Singapore University Hospital's radiography and diagnostic imaging department, shared his team's research. It was the endnote of a series of sessions focused on optimizing radiology services. "Low-value imaging procedures result in an ineffective allocation of resources and imposes potential danger," Tay said. "This includes increasing patient costs, the rise of cancer, and increasing detection of incidental findings that often require further investigation and even potentially surgical proceedings of questionable benefit. All this goes against...

FAPI-PET shows promise in head and neck cancer patients

In this study, the researchers tested the approach for the first time in head and neck cancer patients with tumors of unknown origin in a prospective clinical trial.PET/CT and MR images of a 72-year-old woman. (A) F-18 FDG-PET images (left and top) and PET/CT images (bottom) shown in coronal, sagittal, and axial views (from left to right), demonstrated a metastatic lymph node of the right neck with intensive metabolic activity (black arrow, SUVmax, 30.1) but presented no evidence for primary tumor. (B) Ga-68 FAPI-PET images (top and right) and PET/CT images (bottom), shown in axial, sagittal, and coronal views (from left to right), also detected metastatic lymph node with high Ga-68 FAPI tracer activity (black arrow, SUVmax, 16.3). There was intensive uptake of Ga-68 FAPI in palate (red ar...

United Imaging Intelligence showcases AI tech at ECR 2024

United Imaging Intelligence, a subsidiary of United Imaging Group, highlighted its medical AI technology at ECR 2024. The company introduced its uAI SAT tool, an AI-driven annotation tool hosted on United's biomedical research platform. The tool aims to improve intelligent interactive segmentation, shortening annotation times from hours to minutes, United added. United also showcased its uAI Pioneer Portal at the conference, including its one-click functionality feature for diagnostic-level 3D reconstruction of lesions and organs. Along with a gesture-controlled 3D monitor, the company highlighted that this technology allows users to engage with virtual reality and manipulate detailed models via hand gestures. Additionally, United showcased its CE mark-certified specific AI applications...

NIH funds brain PET imaging technology

A group led by researchers at the University of Arizona has received a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop multitracer brain PET imaging technology.The technology could allow clinicians to detect multiple biomarkers at once and improve the spatial resolution of brain imaging for applications in cancer as well as neurodegenerative disease, according to principal investigator Lars Furenlid, PhD, a professor of medical imaging at the University of Arizona.In PET imaging, radiotracers that bind to specific disease targets are injected into the body and detected by PET cameras as the tracers release gamma photons. To date, it has not been possible detect multiple biomarkers at the same time because the positron signals are emitted at the same frequency and c...

Synaptive appoints Chris Marrus as CCO

Synaptive Medical has appointed Chris Marrus as chief commercial officer (CCO), a new position for the company that aims to accelerate sales and growth.Marrus previously held leadership roles at Insightec, Stryker Mako Surgical, Intuitive Surgical, and Leica. At Insightec, he held the position of chief commercial officer.At Synaptive, he will oversee the global sales team spanning 16 countries, in addition to leading the company’s marketing, product management, and clinical applications activities. (Source: AuntMinnie.com Headlines)

Wider use of cardiac PET faces challenges

Strategies to increase the use of cardiac PET myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI) in the U.S. include education, advocacy, and industry partnerships, according to a study published January 10 in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology. Cardiac PET MPI has emerged as a key tool for diagnosing and managing patients with cardiovascular diseases, especially coronary artery disease, yet overall it remains underutilized in the U.S., noted Rupa Sanghani, MD, of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, and colleagues. “With combined and focused effort, we can ensure that cardiac PET is widely recognized and utilized as a valuable tool in the assessment of ischemic heart disease,” the group wrote. In North America, PET MPI using rubidium-82 and N-13 ammonia radiotracers has gained prominence, wit...

Canon Medical expands ultrasound, R/F offerings at ECR 2024

Canon Medical's new midrange ultrasound scanner, Aplio me. Image courtesy of Canon Medical.VIENNA -- Canon Medical Systems Europe unveiled a new ultrasound scanner and a radiography/fluoroscopy (R/F) system in its booth at ECR 2024.Making its inaugural appearance at a conference, Aplio me is a new midrange ultrasound scanner designed to accommodate a wide range of imaging exams in high-throughput environments, according to the vendor. Suitable for clinics as well as large hospitals, Aplio me is a compact (55 x 73 x 130~177 cm) and lightweight system that can be customized to meet the operator’s clinical needs, Canon said. Canon has also integrated AI into Aplio me; the firm’s Altivity AI technology delivers workflow efficiency, consistent exams, and ease of use, according to the vend...

Cannabis and the brain: What's the long-term impact?

Researchers in New Zealand have used MRI to evaluate the effects of cannabis (or marijuana) on the aging brain. They presented their findings at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) annual meeting in Toronto, Canada, and our report on their work was the most viewed article on AuntMinnie.com in 2023. For an update, we caught up with Rebecca Lee, a doctoral candidate in medical physics and imaging at the University of Otago and the New Zealand Brain Research Institute. In this video interview recorded on January 8, she explains how and why the team conducted the study. She also comments on the impact and educational value of the research on the illicit use of cannabis. (Source: AuntMinnie.com Headlines)

ECR: More anatomical changes seen on angio-CT in COVID patients

Patients with COVID-19 experience a higher incidence of anatomical changes at the cardiac level on pulmonary angio-CT, suggest findings presented February 29 at ECR 2024. In her presentation, Ana Filipa Colucas, MD, PhD, from the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal, discussed her team’s findings, which also showed how the use of pulmonary angio-CT scans has increased since the COVID-19 pandemic. “There were more changes in the diameter of the pulmonary artery trunk and the right ventricle in patients in the 41 to 60 years age group and in males,” Colucas said. Previous studies suggest an association between COVID-19 and thrombosis events such as pulmonary thromboendarectomy (PTE). Pulmonary angio-CT is an established diagnostic method for patients suspected to have PTE as well...

PET reveals patterns underlying cognitive decline in patients with DLB

F-18 FDG-PET imaging in patients with dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) has shown that brain hypo- and hypermetabolism may have different effects on cognition, according to a study published January 3 in npj Parkinson’s Disease. The study is the first to show that these brain glucose metabolism patterns may independently affect cognitive decline and to clarify potential therapeutic targets in these patients, according to the authors. “The present study suggests that DLB-hypo and DLB-hyper may be independent of each other and differentially affect the baseline and longitudinal cognitive function in patients with DLB,” wrote lead authors Seong Ho Jeong, a PhD candidate at Yonsei University College of Medicine in Seoul, South Korea, and Jungho Cha, PhD, of the Icahn School of Medicine a...
 

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Posted on February 16, 2019 at 12:30pm

American College of Radiology 2018 Gold Medalists - Congratulations Dr. Goske, Pressman, and Resnick!

Dr. Marylyn Goske

Dr. Barry Pressman

Dr. Donald Resnick

RESTON, VA — The American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors (BOC) selected three innovators as 2018 Gold…

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Posted on December 8, 2017 at 4:11pm

Who are the top teleradiology companies currently?

Teleradiology is as popular as ever as a value-added service and as a career path for radiologists.  Demand is high given increasing price sensitivity around imaging costs, decreasing supply of qualified radiologists, healthcare consolidation, and simply disruptive technology enabling radiology to be practiced at low cost from anywhere.

Here is a round-up of current well known and top teleradiology companies whether you are…

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Posted on December 7, 2017 at 6:30pm

Dr. Keith Dreyer, MD PhD and MGH Experts on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Radiology

Dr. Keith Dreyer, MD PhD, a physician-researcher-executive at Partners Healthcare and luminary in imaging informatics discusses machine learning in opening this brief video on various perspectives.  Additional Mass General radiologists including Dr. James Brink (Chief of Radiology at…

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Posted on December 6, 2017 at 4:30pm

Industry and Medical Imaging Innovator Spotlight - Radiologist Dr. Leonardo Valentin joins NVIDIA, first physician on the team, enabling the future for artificial intelligence in radiology



As part of our series of Industry and Medical Imaging Innovator Spotlights, radRounds has the honor to introduce and interview Radiologist, Dr. Leonardo Valentin.  Dr. Leonardo Valentin joins NVIDIA, first physician on the team, with a key leadership role in medical imaging at NVIDIA, enabling the future for artificial intelligence in radiology.…

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Posted on December 4, 2017 at 3:30am

List of Open Access Medical Imaging Datasets

Open access medical imaging datasets are needed for research, product development, and more for academia and industry.  We hope this guide will be helpful for machine learning and artificial intelligence startups, researchers, and anyone interested at all.  This is a growing list and will be periodically updated - if you know of another open medical imaging dataset, please email data@radrounds.com.

Radiology Open…

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Posted on December 1, 2017 at 8:30pm

Evaluating and Negotiating a Radiologist Job

Great video and lecture by Dr. Raym Geis MD about how you should approach evaluating and negotiating a radiologist position.

Posted on November 8, 2017 at 10:28pm

Radiologist Salary Report - 2016

Salary distributions in 2016 for radiologists by geographical region in the United States

For educational purposes / Source: Medscape Salary Survey 2016

For more details, please visit Medscape directly - …

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Posted on December 31, 2016 at 8:17pm

Radiologic Technologist Salaries and Wages by State

Where do radiologic technologists make the most in salary and wages?  Looks like some of the top states include but are not limited to:

  • West Coast:
    • California
    • Oregon
    • Washington State
    • Nevada
  • Midwest:
    • Minnesota
  • East Coast:
    • New York
    • New…
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Posted on December 31, 2016 at 7:30pm

Image Wisely Initiates New Annual Pledge Process

Image Wisely Initiates New Annual Pledge Process

Commitment to Promote Safety in Medical Imaging Required Yearly

 

Reston, VA (Jan. 27, 2016) — Image Wisely participants must now make yearly commitments, as opposed to a one-time pledge, confirming their ongoing dedication to safety in medical imaging.

 

“Requiring an annual …

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Posted on January 27, 2016 at 1:33pm

Knowledge Empowers: Regular Mammograms Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths

Knowledge Empowers: Regular Mammograms Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths

 

PSA Campaign Educates Women about Mammographic Screening

 

Reston, Va(Oct. 1, 2014) — Thirty percent of the nearly 40,000 women who will die from breast cancer in the next year* could have been helped if they had received a regular mammogram starting at age 40. And, for women…

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Posted on October 1, 2014 at 11:16am

ACR: Presidents FY 2015 Budget Would Curtail Imaging and Radiation Oncology Self-Referral

ACR: Presidents FY 2015 Budget Would Curtail Imaging and Radiation Oncology Self-Referral

Prior Authorization Provision Would Burden Providers and Restrict Access

 

The American College of Radiology applauds steps to reign in medical imaging and radiation oncology self-referral included in the President’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget.[1] However, prior authorization for imaging services, also included the FY 2015 budget, is unnecessary and will…

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Posted on March 4, 2014 at 7:19pm

New Image Wisely® Radiation Safety Case, Now Available

Reston, Va. (Jan. 13, 2013) — Image Wisely® recently launched its second Image Wisely Radiation Safety Case — a series of free, online and mobile-compatible educational offerings, developed with the assistance of the American College of Radiology, that allow radiologists, imaging technologists and medical physicists to assess their own understanding of important radiation safety concepts such as radiation dose monitoring and…

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Posted on January 13, 2014 at 9:39am

Breast Imaging Cuts in Medicare Final Rule May Delay Diagnosis and Treatment and Increase Patient Anxiety

Washington, DC (Nov. 27, 2013) — Drastic reimbursement cuts for image-guided breast biopsies and other medical imaging techniques in the 2014 Medicare Fee Schedule Final Rule may further reduce women’s access to mammography and other breast cancer services. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) directly cut imaging reimbursement every year since 2007. This, along with 12 Medicare imaging cuts in the last six years due to legislation, increasingly threatens patient…

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Posted on November 28, 2013 at 12:27am

Nephosity Releases Easy Drag and Drop Medical Image Viewer for the Web Browser

San Francisco, November 18, 2013

Nephosity, Inc., a health technology startup that was a member of Rock Health's second class, has released a new version the Jack Imaging Web Viewer which allows instant viewing of medical images (e.g., CT, MRI, X-Ray) in the web browser, with no plug-ins or installation required. Users can simply drag and drop a CD containing their medical images onto the web…

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Posted on November 19, 2013 at 1:15am

ACR Foundation Receives Support from Zotec Partners for Generations of Future Radiology Leaders

Reston, Va. (Nov. 4, 2013) —The American College of Radiology (ACR) Foundation announced today that Zotec Partners will support the Leading Radiology into the Future campaign. The partnership will further develop and strengthen the Radiology Leadership Institute® (RLI) — radiology’s first professional development and leadership academy.



T. Scott Law, founding partner of Zotec Partners states, “This partnership gives Zotec Partners a unique opportunity to cultivate new leaders and…

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Posted on November 6, 2013 at 3:12pm

IMAIOS announces QEVLAR, the first web and mobile cross-platform Evaluation and Learning Assessment Application

QEVLAR, the first web and mobile cross-platform Evaluation and Learning Assessment Application is set to become the point of reference for residents looking to improve their medical imaging diagnostics skills. IMAIOS expects to launch QEVLAR mid-August.

QEVLAR is a next generation quizapplication. It is an…

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Posted on August 13, 2013 at 3:30pm — 4 Comments

ACR Whitepaper on Teleradiology Practice Published Online in JACR

Reston, Va. (May 20, 2013) – The ACR Whitepaper on Teleradiology Practice, published online May 20 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR), proposes comprehensive best-practice guidelines for the practice of teleradiology, with recommendations offered regarding future ACR actions to ensure quality patient care.

“Teleradiology is now embedded in the workflow of many radiology practices throughout the United States, driven largely by an expanding…

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Posted on May 20, 2013 at 9:41pm

ACR Foundation Launches National Campaign to Benefit Generations of Future Radiology Leaders

 Reston, Va. (May 16, 2013) — Health care in the U.S. is changing, and radiologists, at all career levels, need to obtain the leadership skills necessary to adapt to these changes and keep radiology as central to the delivery of high quality medical care. In response to this growing need, the American College of Radiology (ACR) Foundation recently launched a national fundraising campaign called…

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Posted on May 16, 2013 at 8:12pm

Radiologist Compensation Report for 2013 - How does your income stack up?

If you are a radiologist, how is your income compared to your peers?  Medscape recently completed a radiologist compensation survey.   See the results here.  Over 22,000 radiologists were surveyed.  

Please click the link below to view the compensation report:

(SOURCE: MEDSCAPE.COM)…

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Posted on April 27, 2013 at 11:51am

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At 2:07pm on April 4, 2012, Tom Clayton, MD said…

We need to improve the headers on our radiology reports.  Does anybody have any examples that I can look at?  If you do, please send them to me directly at tomclaytonmd@gmail.com.  Thanks a lot! 

At 10:30am on February 21, 2012, Seth Crapp said…

Thanks so much for the post on radRounds facebook page. We will continue to share updates on future versions of Viewbox as well as other product offerings. Best regards,

Seth J Crapp MD, CMO Viewbox Holdings

At 12:16pm on January 30, 2012, Giuseppe Francesco Davì said…

Thank :-)

At 12:39pm on January 28, 2012, souheil barakat said…

Thank you, I plan to upload more parts from my book (radiology positioning)

At 1:11am on March 1, 2010, S. Kelly said…
You asked about Matrox products for radiology in response to the video I posted here:
http://www.radrounds.com/video/aspyra-pacs-viewer-performance
This video shows performance improvements Aspyra was able to take advantage of with their software, thanks to Matrox Xenia Series hardware & SDK. Aspyra is using the Xenia Pro in their system, which is our flagship product. Xenia Series is shipping with many new PACS workstations & this board also makes a great upgrade for older workstations since it has built-in backward & forward compatibility with the greatest number of medical & non medical displays, including many older proprietary models.
Another recent product from Matrox is the RAD LPX - while this board doesn't power all the same resolutions as Xenia Series, it is available in a low-profile PCI form factor (as well as PCI Express) which may fit better in some systems. You can get more info on all of our products designed for medical imaging workstations here: www.matroxmed.com.
Thanks for your interest!
At 11:57am on January 5, 2010, saeed rad said…
Dear radRouns team thanks for puting my case Transverse colon volvulus in DiagnosticImaging site. In addition i am uploading its barium radiography, and i hink two of them would be much better.
At 12:00pm on November 16, 2009, saeed rad said…
It is good to be there and know people around world with so many friends. Thanks for puting up the site.
At 10:04am on October 26, 2009, Dave Woeber said…
Thank you, I plan to upload more interesting cases from my image library.
At 10:03am on October 26, 2009, Dave Woeber said…
Thank you, I plan to upload more interesting cases that I have in my image library.
At 2:41pm on September 10, 2009, Frank Gaillard said…
Thank you... working hard to submit the next volume (GIT) in the next week or so... (will take apple a month or so to ok it... though)
At 2:05pm on August 27, 2009, saeed rad said…
Thanks for your appreciations, i am trying to upload more cases of gastro-intestinal becase of taking part in the gastro-intestinal group.
At 2:00pm on August 27, 2009, saeed rad said…
Thank you.
At 7:49am on December 11, 2008, Ehsan Kiani said…
Thank you for the appreciation. I am just getting used to the site layout. I will post more cases soon
At 2:37pm on October 15, 2008, Céline RODRIGUEZ said…
Thank you very much for your comment, I'm happy that pleases you!
At 3:00pm on October 6, 2008, saeed rad said…
Thanks for your mail, i will try to upload more cases on GI tract radiology if you don't mind, there are requests!
At 12:31am on May 26, 2008, Frank Gaillard said…
Hi S.

Yeah I a very happy with the new version of Radiopaedia.org, still a couple of bugs I would like to iron out before I tell everyone (and I mean everyone) about it... Everything takes longer than initially thought huh...

Will also be advertising for new section editor posts soon...

Thanks for your support.
At 4:34pm on May 23, 2008, SM said…
I am glad I came across radrounds and am happy to be here!
At 10:53am on May 10, 2008, shubra said…
welcome steve
At 4:53am on May 9, 2008, shubra said…
hey you never see your orkut or facebook profile or what?????????????????????
At 2:49am on May 8, 2008, shubra said…
thanx rad for ur help
 
 
 

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