Lumbar spine radiography — poor collimation practices after implementation of digital technology
PMC3473630 : The transition from analogue to digital radiography may have reduced the motivation to perform proper collimation, as digital techniques have made it possible to mask areas irradiated outside the area of diagnostic interest
lumbar spine.pdf
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Suspected thoracic lesions on chest radiography
PMC3948899: To evaluate diagnostic imaging costs before and after DTS implementation in patients with suspected thoracic lesions on CXR.
suspected thoracic lesions on chest radi
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Repair of a penetrating aortic arch injury using deep hypothermic circulatory arrest and retrograde cerebral perfusion
PMC3290391: The traumatic rupture of the thoracic aorta is a severe and life-threatening entity. The incidence of penetrating trauma to the aortic arch is not known, because most patients die of haemorrhage even before they receive adequate treatment. Clinical signs of such injuries include external or internal haemorrhage, bruit, distal pulse deficit, neurological deficit and shock.
penetrating aortic.pdf
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Clinician-Educator Pathway for Radiology Residents
PMC3073025 : Faculty clinician-educator tracks have become increasingly common at US academic medical centers. Though many radiology faculty members belong to such tracks, there is little training inradiology residencies to prepare residents to take on these roles.
Pathway for Radiology Residents.pdf
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The Mammographic Density of a Mass Is a Significant Predictor of Breast Cancer
PMC3029888 : To determine whether the mammographic density of noncalcified solid breast masses is associated with malignancy and to measure the agreement between prospective and retrospective assessment.
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