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    chiropractic curriculum. It provides the latest updates in the field of radiology. It covers a variety of topics and includes many thorough explanations of ideas and practical concepts. The books cover areas such as MRIs, ultrasounds and standard X-rays. This text book is a go to for anyone studying in the radiology field. It is comprehensive from beginners to experts whose jobs include diagnosing patients. It's also considered a great book to use while studying for the national board…

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    Trauma Radiography

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    The trauma radiographer should take the important responsible in radiation protection of the patient, member of the trauma team, and the radiographer himself or herself. Member of the trauma team cannot leave the patient in critical situation while imaging procedure are being performed. The unnecessary radiation exposure should be avoid and the trauma radiographer must unsure the team member are protected. In general radiography, common practices should minimal the radiation exposure include…

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    being scanned. Get the picture? Did any of these patients within the age range of 24 -74 have osteoporosis, or osteopetrosis? These pathologies, specifically osteoporosis, is very common in geriatric females, and tends to play a major role in how the x-ray photons are attenuated after they enter the body. Geriatric bone density in and of itself, tends to have a differential attenuation in…

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    Neuronal Plasticity

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    ultramicroscopic, neurophysiological, neyrogistohimicheskih and molecular-genetic methods of studying the structure and in vitro brain functions (in certain nerve cells in the brain tissue culture), with the introduction of non-invasive neuroimaging techniques (X-ray computed tomography - CT, magnetic resonance imaging - MRI, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and functional MRI - fMRI, SPECT - OFET or the SPECT, positron emission tomography - PET) in order to clearly see and quantify many…

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    important to understand the concept of interventional radiology, along with the radiation protection that follows it. According to Kessel (2013:1), interventional radiology is a special technique that exercises the use of radiological images, such as x-ray fluoroscopy, to accurately diagnose and treat. Interventional radiology often deals with vascular and non-vascular procedures, with vascular procedures being related to or supplied with blood vessels as defined by the Oxford Dictionary…

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    The patient's examination was started on the control panel computer with PA chest examination and wall stand selected. The DR central ray (CR) was horizontal and perpendicular to the wall stand detector with a focus film distance (FFD) of 180cm (Sloane et al, 2010). An FFD of 180 cm is recommended as it reduces the magnification of the heart, and reduces the radiation dose to the patient…

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    The first time I learned about structural biology was when I took Comprehensive Biochemistry I during my senior year at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. What was intriguing was how quickly I learned the concepts, and how easy it was for me to see conformational changes in three-dimensional space. I have always been a visual-oriented person, and until senior year of college I found that it was hard to find areas of research in biochemistry that utilize a person’s ability to analyze…

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    The Importance of Effective Workflow in The Medical Imaging Department The imaging department consists of many integrated systems that all play a vital role in the operation of the unit. These systems include RIS/HIS systems, modality interfaces, PACS systems, and integrated work systems. The efficient image acquisition and workflow are essential in today 's radiologic environment. These systems will be reviewed and their importance discussed as they tie into the workflow of the radiology…

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    i. Chest x-rays can detect changes in the density of the lungs, more specifically the lower lobes (Christensen & Krockow, 2011, p.1641). Bronchoscopy is particularly useful in pneumonia when aspiration of a foreign objet or food is suspected. A culture and sensitivity test is used to determine the causative bacteria and to specify which antibiotic would be the best to be used. Pulse oximetry is used to monitor oxygenation status. ii. GERD is diagnosed mostly from signs sand symptoms. The gold…

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    Many Americans go through their days not without the knowledge that they are facing commodities that pay its derivation, to some degree, to some NASA project or other astronomical research. This is particularly true when one is thinking about the medical field and a lot of its advancements. Various medical innovations are the result of NASA 's collaborations with other examiners, and others were derived as a result of NASA researchers who recognized significance in findings and mechanics they…

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