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  • Summary Of Paging Dr. Pigeon

    an article from The New York Times titled “Paging Dr. Pigeon; You’re Needed in Radiology” by Nicholas Bakalar that was published on November 24, 2015. The article discussed the recent study of training and using pigeons to identify benign or malignant breast tumors by looking at a slide from a biopsy or a mammogram at the University of California Davis medical Center, University of Iowa, and the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University. This study was conducted as a tool…

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  • Obstetric Observation Paper

    freely in their crib. Babies were restricted to their crib, because they cannot do anything on their own yet, but were able to move freely within their crib. In radiology, I saw restricted mobility. During an MRI a patient is restricted from movement, because the pictures will turn out blurry if a patient is moving. During any radiology procedure, a patient has restricted mobility. Overall, my two days in clinicals this week were interesting and I learned a lot. It was a great two days of…

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  • Cheerleading Personal Statement

    observe several exams. Each exam was interesting to watch. Each piece of equipment used, has a specific job that it completes very meticulously. I enjoyed watching the radiologist maneuver the many pieces of machinery. Being at the hospital, in the radiology department, made me realize how much I have to learn. I am extremely excited for the opportunity to be able to pursue a career in this occupational field. I am a very determined individual. When I set my mind to something, I strive to…

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  • How To Write An Essay About My First Clinical Experience

    Some of the things that I have accomplished so far include learning some of the basic programs used within the Radiology department such as, PACS and meidtech. Additionally, I have learned how to read examination requests and how to scan them into PACS. Other things that I have learned are how to interact with patients, obtain medical histories, and proper positioning…

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  • Narrative Essay About My Military Experience

    Introduction My personal experience in the United States Army is a unique one because when I was seventeen, I was already on a mission with minimal training and I was learning about the Mexican Army. Even though it was a short tour of about six months, it was a very exceptional time that I will never forget. Then my parents decided to move to the United States where I was introduced to the eighth grade, because my English was not proficient enough to go into high school, five years later, I…

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  • How Did Radiation Change

    Medicine Changed by Radiation Radiation has changed over the years and wasn’t even known to be used in medicine until after it was used in the military in World War II. It was discovered by a German scientist but then the possibilities of all the things it could be used for was discovered by a Polish-born French scientist. Radiation changed medicine for the better by killing off cancerous, disease ridden germs and cells, this is significant because it changed the way we look at treatment. In…

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  • Summerlin Hospital Medical Center Case Study

    Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, a for-profit hospital founded in 1997, is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, and was developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation. It is located at 657 Town Center Drive, in Las Vegas, Nevada, is one of America’s fastest growing healthcare communities, providing a comprehensive range of specialties to Las Vegas and its surrounding communities (About The Hospital, 2016). Summerlin Hospital Medical Center is accredited by The Joint…

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  • The Importance Of Mammogram Screening

    As a result of these screenings, more cases of breast cancer have been detected at earlier stages Susan G. Komen (2014). Both the ACR (American College of Radiology) and RSNA (Radiology Society of North America) (2007) share that mammograms are used as a breast cancer testing tool to detect cancer in women who are and are not experiencing symptoms. The ACR and RSNA (2007), recommend that women starting at the age of 40…

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  • Physical Therapy Case Studies

    exercise which was very unusual. The patient was complaining of severe pain when I attempted to assess her right knee, and I suggested to order for an x-ray. The nurse contacted the attending physician and ordered for an x-ray. According to the radiology interpretation, the patient presented with a hairline fracture of the right fibular head. After I fully…

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  • The Importance Of Subscription Services

    Subscription services have come to dominate academic publishing. Subscription-based services used for academic purposes are commonly referred to as research databases. They are particularly useful for retrieving articles in academic journals, repositories, archives, or other group of scientific or other articles. Academic journals consist of present original research, review articles, and book reviews in different scholarly disciplines. In academic journals, new research can be introduced and…

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