1. Open Bore MRI to Meet Your Patients’ Needs

    Many medical modalities are made with a one-size-fits-all mentality, with adjustable moving pieces to modify minor details such as the size of the patient. However, there are the outliers, who do not fit the mold that medical equipment was made for, and not being able to accommodate this population …Read More

  2. Medical Imaging Modality Options and Their Uses

    Medical imaging technologies have quite literally changed the way we view the human body and significantly advanced the medical field. No longer do diagnosticians have to guess, nor do patients have to suffer through needless exploratory surgeries. And, in 2018, medical imaging options are more adva…Read More

  3. Mobile Ultrasound: What’s Trending

    Ultrasound technology has many benefits in the world of medical imaging. One of the major benefits is the fact that the technology uses sound waves rather than radiation or magnetic fields, which makes it much safer for a wide variety of patients, including those who are not yet born! While ultrasou…Read More

  4. Mammography: The Evolution of Diagnostic Imaging

    In the current practice of breast cancer detection and care, 3D mammography is the gold standard. However, 3D mammography was not used clinically until the early 2000s. Breast cancer has been heavily researched and been a public health concern since the early 1900s. With a span of over 100 years, yo…Read More

  5. Myths About Concussions

    The amount of information and misinformation surrounding concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) available are in equal parts. Much of the information surrounding concussions has evolved as we’ve developed better diagnostics such as MRIs and a better understanding of how the brain works. At…Read More

  6. How An MRI Works

    An MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging and implements a magnetic field and radio waves combined with a computer to produce images of your internal body. An MRI is a diagnostic tool used to identify concerns in the brain, abdomen, chest, and pelvis, and can be used to monitor your baby if you…Read More

  7. The Future of Medical Imaging

    Healthcare is, in large part, a science; however, it is greatly an ever-evolving art. In the world of evidence-based medicine, technology is forced to attempt to keep up with evolving practices and trends. Improvements in medical technology are guided and directed by identified issues by those who p…Read More