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The Top 10 Trends in Digital Radiography

Imaging Technology

Digital radiography (DR) continues to advance at a rapid pace with today’s technological innovations and evolving healthcare needs. Here is a Top 10 look at just some of the emerging trends in digital radiography.

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Making the Transformation from Analog to Digital Radiography

Everything Rad

Digital Radiography (DR) can help speed your imaging workflow, ease the workload on your staff, and reduce the dose to support a higher standard of care. Read on to learn four considerations when selecting solutions to make the transition from analog to digital radiography.

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What Is the Difference Between Radiography and Sonography?

Maven Imaging

Understanding the distinction between radiography and sonography is vital in the increasingly specialized and multifaceted world of medical imaging. Radiography uses ionizing radiation to capture detailed internal images, which helps diagnose various conditions.

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What You Need to Know About Radiography Exposure Factors

Maven Imaging

Understanding radiography exposure factors is crucial for producing diagnostic-quality images while ensuring patient safety. We’ll delve into the key elements, including milliampere-seconds (mAs), kilovoltage peak (kVp), distance, and time, that define exposure in radiography.

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5 Different Types of Radiography

Maven Imaging

Radiography represents a pillar of medical diagnostics, offering diverse techniques to view and analyze the body’s internal structures. Today, we’ll delve into five significant types of radiography, each serving unique diagnostic purposes.

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AI-Based Analysis of Dynamic Digital Radiography Data Gives Researchers Greater Insight into Lung Function and Pulmonary Disorders

Imaging Technology

Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ("Icahn Mount Sinai") used Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) data, an X-ray imaging technology developed by Konica Minolta, to create their AI-powered technique that analyzes lung function. Chest radiography is typically acquired in the evaluation of pulmonary disorders.

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CMCU Digital Radiography (DR) Group Introduces Clinical White Paper on Intelligent Noise Reduction in Pediatric Radiography Study

Imaging Technology

The company will showcase the clinical analysis of Canon’s Intelligent Noise Reduction (Intelligent NR) that provides superior image quality while lowering radiation dosing in pediatric digital radiography at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting 2023 (RSNA) , McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, IL Nov.