Best Practices in Orthopedic Radiology


Insofar as best practices for radiology in orthopedics are concerned, there are a number of crucial elements for doctors and specialists to observe and report. Adequacy with regard to number of views taken. Minimum of 2, preference for 3 while some bones require 4; images should have adequate penetration Normal x-rays should have [...]

Best Practices in Orthopedic Radiology2018-12-21T16:08:04+00:00

Digital X-Ray for Urgent Care


It’s estimated that some form of x-ray is present in as much as 97% of urgent care facilities around the country. In the healthcare arena, digital x-ray is quickly becoming the standard—and urgent care is no exception. Urgent care facilities are intended for the immediate evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic illness [...]

Digital X-Ray for Urgent Care2019-07-29T15:57:16+00:00

Do I Need PACS?


A PACS, or picture archiving and communication system, is a medical imaging technology used for storing, retrieving, presenting, and sharing images produced by x-ray. The purpose of a PACS is to store images in one central location and have the ability to access those images on other computers. Medical practices use PACS for [...]

Do I Need PACS?2018-08-31T14:44:40+00:00

What is DICOM Compatibility?


What is DICOM Compatibility? DICOM stands for Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine. Developed by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) in 1993, it is the international standard for medical image transmission and storage. DICOM is the universal language of medical imaging and, as such, it is required [...]

What is DICOM Compatibility?2021-04-02T15:21:38+00:00

Computed Radiography (CR) vs. Digital Radiography (DR): Which Should You Choose?


Computed Radiography (CR) vs. Digital Radiography (DR) Which Should You Choose? When deciding how to modernize your practice with the use of digital radiography it is important that research be done into which way would be best for your clinic. In the choice between Computed Radiography and Digital Radiography you need to weigh [...]

Computed Radiography (CR) vs. Digital Radiography (DR): Which Should You Choose?2021-04-19T15:43:52+00:00
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