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Helen Kuhl, ITN Editor

As I was writing this month’s column, I ran across a quote attributed to Catherine the Great, who said, “I praise loudly ...

Time September 16, 2011
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Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

It’s old school that bone and ultrasound don’t mix. And it makes sense. Sonography is all about echoes, and what ...

Time September 09, 2011
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Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

Hard to believe 18 years have passed since I dropped into the engineering lab of Diasonics Ultrasound, a visit brought ...

Time August 26, 2011
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Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

In the yesteryears of over-optimism, when medical imaging was in its heyday, magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) was ...

Time August 11, 2011
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Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

Typically, the only radiation facing travelers is from the airport scanners they must walk through to board airplanes ...

Time July 28, 2011
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Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant

Wielding an assortment of high-energy photons, ultrasonic waves and radiofrequencies, radiology has made a practice of ...

Time July 21, 2011
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Helen Kuhl, ITN Editor

Welcome to our newly launched website, providing news and information for medical imaging and radiation oncology ...

Time April 28, 2011
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Dave Fornell, ITN Editor

At the American College of Cardology (ACC) 2010, Ziosoft unveiled its Phyziodynamic advanced visualization software ...

Time April 27, 2011
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Jeanne-Marie Phillips, president, HealthFlash Marketing Communications

Jeanne-Marie Phillips, president, HealthFlash Marketing Communications February 18, 2011 The annual meeting of the ...

Time April 27, 2011
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Jeanne-Marie Phillips, president, HealthFlash Marketing Communications

As computed tomography (CT) technology has become more versatile, affordable and available, the number of exams being ...

Time April 27, 2011
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