Breast Imaging
Even small companies can make a big difference in the world around them. At Beekley Medical, we believe firmly in giving back to our communities. Our local community and our extended imaging community.   You've read our efforts to support the...
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Breast Imaging
There is a nervous tension or unease that seems to permeate waiting rooms. Everyone is there for a different reason, but everyone is also there for some form of diagnostic. My last mammogram was just a routine screening, and I did not expect to feel...
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Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 1pm EDT  In conjunction with the AHRA, Beekley Medical will be hosting a free webinar worth 1 ARRT Category A Credit. This 60 minute webinar will illustrate how the use of mammography skin markers in combination with 3D...
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The days of going to the library for research or picking up a newspaper to find out the score of last night's game, are in the past. Whether you are seeking information about a new place, a word you aren't familiar with, an ailment that is bothering...
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I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE! As I was writing this blog regarding my disbelief about the misrepresentation of CT Imaging on a recent segment aired on CBS this Morning on January 27, 2015, Sean Reilly, publisher of Imaging Technology News, posted “Where...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Can the type of skin marker used make a difference in revealing potential breast cancers? While there is no substitute for the trained eye of a radiologist who specializes in breast imaging, the type of mammography skin marker used to identify a...
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In the healthcare administration world the words merger and acquisition are about as common as hearing "stat" or "CCs" on the hospital floor, bringing new meaning to the term "go big or go home." More systems are looking for ways to coordinate...
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Breast Imaging
Imagine a world where orthopedists were tasked with establishing the level of care necessary for people who had heart attacks. Or podiatrists were put in charge of setting guidelines for infertility treatments. Or pediatricians determined how and...
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CT of Abdomen/Pelvis
In a previous blog post, Why I Use oral Contrast for Abdominopelvic Imaging, I stated that I am a strong believer in the benefits of properly administered oral contrast for CT imaging. I believe that oral contrast both accentuates bowel pathology if...
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