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medical imaging

[′med·ə·kəl ′im·ij·iŋ]
(medicine)
The production of visual representations of body parts, tissues, or organs, for use in clinical diagnosis; encompasses x-ray methods, magnetic resonance imaging, single-photon-emission and positron-emission tomography, and ultrasound.
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The Compass image and HL7 workflow management solution from Laurel Bridge Software automates the ingestion and distribution of imaging studies and HL7 messages among disparate clinical imaging and archiving systems, delivering them at the right time, to the right location, regardless of organizational complexity.
com)-- The UK's Clinical Imaging Board - comprising experts from the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR), and the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) - has published guidance and recommendations on patient identification, aimed at ensuring that the right patients always undergo the right diagnostic imaging procedures (scans, x-rays, etc).
The new Tarrytown Consumer Testing Center (TCTC) is equipped with the most sophisticated clinical instrumentation available for personal care applications and allows BASF to support novel claims and produce clinical imaging for all market segments within personal care.
More than 200 local and regional clinical imaging professionals, including radiologists, technologists, and other allied health professionals, took part in the four-day training event.
A new clinical imaging center opened in Jacksonville, Fla.
Business and clinical imaging center executives say the Web-based solution is critical to building revenues, enhancing services to referring physicians and attracting more referrals because it speeds delivery of imaging and reporting results to referring physicians and ties together previously disparate patient data.
Alerion Biomedical develops and manufactures biomarkers and contrast media for preclinical and clinical imaging systems, including the Fenestra product line for multiple imaging modalities.
The company, which employs 2,200 people at plants in Barnard Castle, County Durham, and Ulverston in Cumbria, is putting the money forward to help build a new Clinical Imaging Centre, next to Hammersmith Hospital in West London.
Although tissue must be removed when the colloidal gold technique is used, the scientists are now evaluating another marker that is already being used in clinical imaging techniques and that might be engulfed by reforming Sendai virus envelopes -- thus providing a way to follow grafts in vivo.
com)-- Heiko Niessen, Principal Translational Expert & Team Leader of Clinical Imaging at Boehringer-Ingelheim, will give a presentation on “How to Select Imaging Biomarkers for Clinical Development” at GTC's Biomarker Europe Summit on October 9-10, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.
Nationally, more than 500 healthcare sites rely on the out-sourced archiving service provider for long-term storage of and immediate access to their clinical imaging data.
The Clinical imaging market (like the Cardiac Safety / ECG market) is one of the more interesting clinical outsourcing markets we've evaluated.

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