medical imaging

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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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Anderson completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology from the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology/Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine in 2007.
The survey, conducted by Lead Generation Solutions and commissioned by One Call Medical, the nation's leader in diagnostic radiology, found that these specialty networks are responsible for directing 44 percent of workers' compensation patients seen by the imaging centers, and for 18 percent of patients with health insurance.
He completed his internship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA, and his residency in diagnostic radiology at Penn State Milton S.
As one of the premiere diagnostic radiology centers in New York City and the surrounding Tri-State area, the physicians of Manhattan Diagnostic Radiology have set new standards of excellence in diagnostic expertise, advanced imaging technology, patient care and women's health.
With a 20 percent annual growth rate, diagnostic radiology is now the fastest rising medical expense, increasing at twice the rate of prescription drugs and overall healthcare spending.
Securing the interventional radiology and diagnostic radiology certificate took tremendous effort by many individuals and support from many societies," said Kaufman.
This shift and doubling effect enables clients to reduce their total universe of diagnostic radiology spending by 20 percent, and to increase medical savings through improved outcomes.
At the University of Minnesota, he completed his interventional radiology fellowship in 2006 and a four-year diagnostic radiology residency in 2010.
Primarily for cardiovascular diagnosis but also for the general Diagnostic Radiology at the site Tiefenau.
It can be used to prepare for the American Board of Radiology's new virtual cardiac imaging component of the oral examination in diagnostic radiology.
Reitman has practiced Diagnostic Radiology in South Florida for over two decades.

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