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An epidemiological study of the prevalence of heart disease in a representative rural population in Jamaica was carried out in 1962. Six hundred adults aged 35-64 years were selected at random from an agricultural population of which a census had been taken previously, and this report describes the clinical and electrocardiographic findings in 548 of these… (More)
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common neurologic condition that is evaluated often using radiography. An overview of carpal tunnel syndrome and its diagnosis is presented, along with methods for radiographic evaluation of this condition.
Magnetic resonance utilizes the magnetic properties of atoms within the tissues of the body to produce images. This paper is intended to provide the reader with the most basic information concerning magnetic resonance. The principles, fundamental parameters, equipment, and site planning considerations are presented to familiarize the radiologic technologist… (More)
The relationship between cardiovascular characteristics and mortality was investigated in an epidemiological study of heart disease in a representative adult rural community in Jamaica. Of 449 men and 469 women followed up for 5 years, 36 men and 28 women died and the data concerning their status as regards arterial pressure, electrocardiographic… (More)
Productivity monitoring of non-technical staff can be a difficult task for the manager, according to the authors. They suggest one method, work-sampling, which can be used effectively with this group, and describe its application in a radiation oncology department.
Inconsistent bones are of radiographic importance in the differentiation of trauma and anomalies. An understanding of the anatomy, including structure and location, permits the radiographer to apply basic positioning principles to better demonstrate these structures. The proper use of oblique or lateral, tangential and contralateral views provides the… (More)
Digital Video Angiography is a new radiologic technique utilizing digital electronics to enhance subliminal information in the fluoroscopic image. Angiography performed via intravenous technique is safer, faster, and can be done on an outpatient basis reducing cost and patient inconvenience. Initial investigations indicate Digital Video Angiography is a… (More)