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MRI accidents happen all the time. Most of them are due to zone infractions, whether it be a person or an object that entered a restricted zone. It is a shared responsibility among the staff members of the facility...
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Radiotherapy or radiation therapy, often abbreviated RT, RTx, or XRT, is a therapy using ionizing radiation normally delivered by a linear accelerator. It is a common misconception that the only use for radiation therapy is as part of cancer treatment...
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The United States has rung in the new year with surging numbers of coronavirus cases. Hospitals in many states, particularly in the West and South, are overwhelmed by patients in need. The situation is dire and worsening...
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The paranasal sinus x-ray is no longer a common procedure, but it is one that is still occasionally requested by physicians. For radiologic technologists receiving an order this relatively obscure imaging procedure: we’ve got you covered.
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This article is focused on MRI contrast media safety, specifically on the possible side effects of gadolinium, preventative measures that you as an MRI technologist can take, and what to do if your patient does experience a side effect...
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On November 29, 2020, the 106th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) kicked off—in cyberspace. Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the RSNA canceled its in-person annual meeting for 2020...
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This article is part of our series on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) safety and risks. This article addresses some of the biological effects associated with MRI, discusses safe MRI practices, practical prevention techniques (when applicable)...
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This article is intended as a quick reference guide for MRI technologists on the MRI protocols used in the diagnosis of epilepsy. While MRI cannot provide absolute evidence of epilepsy, it is an invaluable tool in the diagnostic process.
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This guide to inversion recovery is part of our series of guides to MRI sequences. Itself a variation of the spin echo sequence, the inversion recovery is also the basis for two additional MRI pulse sequences...
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This guide is intended for radiologic technologists and will cover the FSE chronogram, important parameters, advantages and limitations of the sequence, as well as its usage, also providing examples of what an MRI image acquired with FSE looks like.
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