Themed Blog Series by Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

Advances promise to make MR heart scans routine. (Graphic courtesy GE Healthcare)

It’s been almost 40 years since the first human magnetic resonance (MR) pictures were taken. Along with decades of experience we’ve seen the...

Browser-based enterprise viewing promises to bridge the gap between EMR and PACS. (Image courtesy of TeraRecon)

“You keep same-in’ when you ought to be a changin’ … One of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you.” — “These boots are made for walking...

Graphic courtesy of Pixabay

Software can do amazing things. Take, for example, a couple software packages unveiled at RSNA 2015. One, called GoBrain, can put together a brain in...

GE’s recently unveiled cardiac product ViosWorks demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between advanced visualization and MR. (Image courtesy GE Healthcare)

There is something about magnetic resonance (MR). The elegance of its mathematics. How it leverages the electromagnetic spectrum and the concepts of...

Advanced visualization, such as Toshiba’s ultrashort echo time sequence, promises to make new MR capabilities practical. (Image courtesy of Toshiba America Medical Systems)

It has been said, with melancholy, by the old that youth is wasted on the young. But it is just as bad, if not worse, when wisdom is wasted on the...
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