Small Bowel Enterography: Protocols of the Experts
When radiologists introduce a new procedure into their institution, or they want to improve an existing protocol, it’s common practice to turn to those that live and breathe that procedure for...
Restraint vs Stabilization in Diagnostic Imaging
During our sales process we are occasionally asked if iFIX is a form of stabilization or if it could it be considered a restraint. This is a valid question considering all of the requirements...
Defining Treatment Fields in Breast Conservation Therapy
There have been numerous clinical trials demonstrating that breast conservation therapy, where lumpectomy is combined with radiation therapy, will significantly decrease the rate of breast cancer...
Localization of Needle Entry Point For CT Guided Interventions
Since first suggested in 1976, CT guidance during interventional procedures has become indispensable.
ABMR: The Future of Breast Cancer Screening?
It has been shown that mammography is the most effective screening modality for the detection of breast cancer, reducing mortality by 20-30%.1
Skin Markers and Small Field of View Imaging in MRI
Skin marking in MRI has evolved over the years in an attempt to keep up with the technology it supports. With recent advancements in hardware and improved sensitivity of surface coils, imaging in...
The Elusive Inframammary Fold
A mammographer’s goal is to produce the best clinical images while providing the patient with a positive experience. The perfect image combines the science of imaging technology and the art of...
Supine vs. Prone Breast Treatment Planning
The standard of care for post-lumpectomy breast cancer patients has been the delivery of whole breast radiation in the supine position. However, there is significant evidence that the heart and...
Best Practices with Skin Markers in Breast MRI
The use and benefits of MR-specific skin markers in orthopedic MRI are well known but we often receive questions with regard to their use in breast MRI.
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