- Full text PDF available (0)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (0)
- Last 10 years (0)
Journals and Conferences
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 use of radiography to detect pneumoconiosis is a familiar task to radiographers in coal mining states. This article includes a discussion on pneumoconiosis and coal workers' pneumoconiosis (black lung) as well as the radiographic findings associated with pneumoconiosis and the federal act that established the black lung program in the United States.
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)
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)
Radiographic examinations may reveal skeletal variations that are biological or cultural in origin. This article reviews both types of variations, discusses radiographic examples, and explains how radiographs can be helpful in the field of anthropology.