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Fruit roll-ups shown to improve dental X-ray quality

Medical Xpress: Radiology

A study published in the Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences compared 270 dental X-rays, from people who were told to hold their tongues against the roof of their mouths throughout the procedure.

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ASMIRT highlights AI position statement, mentorship program, CEM

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As well, the ASMIRT's Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences ( JMRS ) has launched a pilot reviewer mentoring program. It proposes six key benchmarks: justification, evidence-based, transparency, accountability, quality assurance, and education. The full statement can be found here.

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ASMIRT highlights AI position statement, mentorship program, CEM

AuntMinnie

As well, the ASMIRT's Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences ( JMRS ) has launched a pilot reviewer mentoring program. It proposes six key benchmarks: justification, evidence-based, transparency, accountability, quality assurance, and education. The full statement can be found here.

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TRIGA reactor fuel supply restored in the U.S

AuntMinnie

“These new fuel elements will enable us to run the reactor for longer [periods of time] to support studies conducted by Penn State faculty, students, and collaborators,” said Kenan Ünlü, director of the university’s Radiation Science and Engineering Center, in a news release.

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ASRT Foundation names International Speakers Exchange awardees

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She is an assistant professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology for the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, where she leads the Center in Radiation Sciences Education. The conference will be held June 10 to 12 in Liverpool, England.

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Is interventional radiology ready for augmented reality?

AuntMinnie

Augmented reality (AR) systems may enhance image-guided tumor ablations by improving the accuracy of needle placements, according to a study published January 29 in the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences.

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ASRT Foundation Awards International Collaborative Research Grant, Hosts 25th Corporate Roundtable Summit 

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Dimopoulos is an assistant professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai / Ichan Department of Radiation Oncology in New York City where she leads the Center in Radiation Sciences Education.