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Dawn Herzog, Breast Center Supervisor at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, IL had a dilemma. She, her staff, and her patients had high levels of satisfaction with the receptor plate covers her center used on every mammogram, but with an average 20-35 patients per day, the...
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"If only I knew then what I know now." A common refrain as more and more imaging centers are moving towards offering digital breast tomosynthesis or 3D mammography. Despite the amount of literature available from equipment manufacturers and industry publications on the...
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  Customer Case Study: Cleveland Clinic's Imaging Institute is one of the leading radiologic academic centers in the world as well as one of the busiest clinical departments in the country.   The CT department at Cleveland Clinic performs over 100 enterography exams per...
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Conference season is upon us and it's going to be a very busy one for Beekley!   We have seen incredible interest for Elequil aromatabs® within the Long Term Care community as a complementary health approach to sleep management and quality of life initiatives. As a...
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As a radiation oncology professional, you are expected to earn a certain number of Continuous Education (CE) credits. However, finding ways to earn CE’s is not always at the top of mind when you’re trying to provide excellent patient care. So here are some easy ways for...
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At the Society of Radiation Oncology Administrators’ 32nd Annual Meeting speakers Alex Khariton, Gary Webster, and Becky Schuster reviewed the importance of understanding the economics of radiation oncology, cost per patient treatment,and their goal of creating a cost...
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Memory loss, impaired reasoning, personality changes, deteriorating motor skills.  We think we understand these words that define these symptoms of dementia.  We sympathize, but do we really empathize?  It's hard to understand when someone you love, be it a parent,...
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Are you experiencing a blurring or slinky artifact with your skin markers in digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT)? Using skin markers intended for 2-D mammography could be your culprit. DBT or 3-D mammography is very sensitive to densities – this is what makes it so great...
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Surgeons employ a variety of methods to mark breast specimen margins and communicate specimen orientation to pathologists.  Whether it’s different length sutures, varying number of clips, or using multi-color dyes, inconsistency among surgeons within the same facility...