[caption id="attachment_3635" align="alignleft" width="115"] Zhimin Huo, Carestream[/caption] If you left RSNA early, you may have missed a presentation today titled, “Rib Suppression Technique for an Enhanced Interpretation of Chest Radiographs.” Don’t worry, though – you can read a summary of it here: Chest radiographs are the most commonly

Todd Kranpitz, Executive Director of Radiology at Iowa Health, Des Moines, visited our social media broadcast center at RSNA to offer his thoughts on the transformation underway in radiology.  Kranpitz feels its important that the radiology professionals become educators and reach out to other specialties to ensure

[caption id="attachment_3632" align="alignleft" width="144"] Jim Sehnert, Carestream[/caption] In case you missed it, a presentation at RSNA today was centered on the added benefits that digital radiography brings to healthcare facilities. If you weren’t able to make it, here are the main findings: Recently, a study was conducted

[caption id="attachment_3628" align="alignleft" width="135"] Jackie Whaley, Carestream[/caption] Three studies by Carestream R&D presented at RSNA this week featured some of  our latest work to reduce patient dose exposure: First, “Maximizing Lesion Conspicuity in Chest Radiography: Application of Low-Energy X-rays with Rib-contrast Suppression” was presented on Monday. The study

[caption id="attachment_3562" align="alignleft" width="125"] Mike Foley, Director of Radiology Services, Tufts Medical Center[/caption] Our radiology services team completes nearly 28,000 portable exams each year throughout the medical center. Mobile X-ray’s role in our patient care strategy continues to grow, making efficiency and image quality paramount. The first

This is a guest-post by Robert Whitmarsh, RT (R), CNMT, Director of Medical Imaging Administration, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center (Syracuse, N.Y.). [caption id="attachment_3528" align="alignright" width="274"] St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, N.Y.[/caption] Our hospital retrofitted three of our portable x-ray systems with CARESTREAM DRX detectors, which are

[caption id="attachment_3478" align="alignright" width="137"] Xiaohui Wang, Ph.D., Senior Research AssociateClinical Applications Research, Carestream[/caption] Grid usage in portable radiography is often sporadic and inconsistent. This causes greater variability in image quality, and a greater number of radiographs of poorer quality than those captured in the radiology department