A new KLAS report titled 3 Things You Need to Know about Breast Imaging finds providers increasingly turning to ultrasound and tomosynthesis as secondary modalities, despite mammography's continued prominence.
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Toshiba's as-yet-unnamed Doppler technology can detect very low blood flow in tricky areas like the liver, kidneys, abdomen, and lymph nodes, offering sharp improvement over current ultrasound technology.
Konica Minolta announced it will acquire Panasonic's ultrasound division effective January 1, 2014. The company is also launching the Sonimage P3, its first hand-held ultrasound device for point-of-care.
Amid growing concern over childhood exposure to medical radiation, researchers at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore found that using ultrasounds to diagnose pediatric appendicitis produced the same outcomes as computed tomography scans.
EIZO specializes in the manufacturing of high quality LCD monitors for use in all medical imaging applications. Their long term stability and reliability make them the diagnostic monitor of choice for medical facilities around the world.
Merge Healthcare has released the iConnect Network, a Meaningful Use Stage 2-certified interoperability service that allows providers to share images directly with referrring physicians without building costly HL7 interfaces.
Imaging Economics spoke with David Widmann, President and Chief Operating Officer of Konica Minolta Medical Imaging, about how healthcare providers can leverage the potential of primary imaging technology.
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