Study favors weight-bearing images for orthopaedic patellofemoral diagnosis and surgery. By Dr. John Marzo, physician with UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. In clinical orthopedics advanced imaging like computed axial tomography (CT) scanning, has become invaluable to the evaluation and management of patients with musculoskeletal disease. Bone detail

Reliability, redundancy and mobility help provider keep pace with imaging needs. By Erica Carnevale, Marketing Manager, Carestream Health.  Many radiology departments are feeling the pressure of “doing more with less”. For Columbus Regional Health in Indiana, the pressure was literal: the medical provider had to eliminate three

Differences have implications for assessment, quality assurance, and training. By Zhimin Huo, PhD, Researcher, Carestream Health. Healthcare imaging technologies and options are continually evolving, and their applications in radiology can be puzzling.  One area of confusion is the respective roles of Quantitative Image Analysis (QIA) and Computer-Aided

[caption id="attachment_5164" align="alignleft" width="288"] Alexander Towbin, MD, Neil D. Johnson Chair of Radiology Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital (left), and Catherine Leopard, Child Life Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital (right)[/caption] Patient comfort has always been an important component of the medical imaging process. However, when imaging pediatric patients,