Today in the RadCom -- Fri 28 May 1999

Today in the RadCom -- Fri 28 May 1999

Post by Thomas Shoo » Sat, 29 May 1999 04:00:00



"Friday 28 May 1999 in Radiology" from the RadCom
 Here are a few items found today in the RadCom (http://radcom.org)

Articles mentioned below are usually only a fraction of what is
published each day on the RadCom.

---- NEWS -----------------------------------

    ANNOUNCEMENTS (http://radcom.org)
         HealthCare Imaging Services, Inc., will be providing
         medical imaging services to several large New Jersey
         insurance carriers.

         http://radcom.org/news/finance/927876485.html

    FINANCE (http://radcom.org)
         International Isotopes announces higher revenues
         and deeper losses as they ramp up their operations.

         http://radcom.org/news/finance/927876212.html

    RESEARCH (http://radcom.org)
         For most patients with typical or atypical angina
         (but  not nonspecific chest pain), a noninvasive
         diagnostic test is a reasonable use of health
         care resources.

         http://radcom.org/news/research/927880358.html

         Quantitative analysis of coronary artery lesion
         morphology on angiography may provide better
         predictors of subsequent MI than visual inspection.

         http://radcom.org/news/research/927876123.html

    PUBLIC POLICY (http://radcom.org)
         JCAHO update.... find out what you need to know to
         prepare for your next survey.

         http://radcom.org/news/public_policy/927877560.html

---- TODAYS CASE OF THE DAY ------------------

         37 yo male presents with 4 week history of
         right foot pain centered over his midfoot.

         (http://radcom.org)

---- FROM THE FORUMS ------------------------
         RADSIG  (Radiology Special Interest Group)
         is a world-wide electronic discussion group with
         a special interest in Medical Radiology.

http://radcom.org/confer/discuss_gen/messages/23/134.html?ThursdayMay...

         A glossary of commonly used terms in MRI...

http://radcom.org/confer/discuss_gen/messages/23/200.html?ThursdayMay...

---- OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST ------------------------------
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         RadCom RadTech page... a section of the RadCom
         dedicated to the needs and interests of the Rad Tech.

         http://radcom.org/techindex.html


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1. Today in the RadCom -- Fri 2 Jul 1999

"Friday 2 July 1999 in Radiology" from the RadCom
 Here are a few items found today in the RadCom (http://radcom.org)

Articles mentioned below are usually only a fraction of what is
published each day on the RadCom.

---- NEWS -----------------------------------

    ANNOUNCEMENTS (http://radcom.org)
         GE will team with HealthGate to provide
         Web solutions for hospitals.

         http://radcom.org/news/announcements/930904429.html

         BellSouth is beginning to push teleradiology applications....

        http://radcom.org/news/announcements/930905968.html

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         new financing at the same time...

         http://radcom.org/news/new_products/930907796.html

    FINANCE (http://radcom.org)
         Agfa will close their film plant in Spain to consolidate
         manufacturing in Belgium.

         http://radcom.org/news/finance/930904654.html

    RESEARCH (http://radcom.org)
         So, diagnosing abdominal ultrasound in trauma patients
         is not so difficult.... More turf erossion on the way?....

         http://radcom.org/news/research/930907295.html

---- TODAYS CASE OF THE DAY ------------------

          A 55 year old female has been involved in a car crash.
         She was wearing a seatbelt and is complaining of central
         chest pain. What does this XRay show?

         (http://radcom.org)

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