Radiology is an invaluable tool in the diagnosis and treatment of many different injuries, diseases, and conditions; however, some people get nervous about radiology imaging tests because of the exposure to radiation. When a child suffers an injury and needs a CT scan or an MRI, parents may feel nervous. They rightfully do not want their children to suffer from radiation-related side effects, so let’s take a look at the safety measures that radiologists take to protect your children during imaging tests.
3D printing may sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but it is being used in the real world to solve present day problems. Actually, 3D printing has been around since the 1980s and it has been used in the medical field since the early 2000s. In recent years, 3D printing aided surgeons in the separation of conjoined twins. Here's how 3D printing and radiology have combined forces to push innovations within the medical field:
Nuclear medicine is a subject about which patients are often unaware or uninformed. If a physician mentions it, then it may just sound like scary medical jargon to a patient. Nuclear medicine often times frightens patients in fear of it being dangerous. However, it is a form of medicine that is becoming more and more common and the numerous benefits are being explored. So, what are the true pros & cons of nuclear medicine?