Congratulations to the person who guessed February's image correctly -- it was a light bulb! Below is the image for March's “Guess the X-ray".  Please leave your answer in either the comment section below or on our Facebook page. The challenge will run until March 31

[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,

Happy New Year! Hopefully everyone had a safe and exciting holiday break. Congratulations to the few people who guessed December's X-ray image- they were Michael Kors eyeglasses. Below is the original image. Let's get into the first image challenge of 2014! Please leave your guess in

[caption id="attachment_3540" align="alignleft" width="100"] Jerry ZeidenbergPublisher & EditorCanadian Healthcare Technology &Technology for Doctors Online[/caption]Radiologists are, without a doubt, some of the smartest people we’ll ever meet. But they’re not infallible, and IT systems are now being implemented to add further intelligence to the medical system.

[caption id="attachment_4520" align="alignleft" width="144"] Rafael Fernandez, DMS Product Specialist, Spain, Carestream[/caption] The Spanish translation of this post can be found after the English version. For a period of time, portable imaging had been mostly forgotten, the least evolved of medical imaging trends. A few years ago, it