Melissa R Rowell

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OBJECTIVE Video "podcasting" is an Internet-based publication and syndication technology that is defined as the process of capturing, editing, distributing, and downloading audio, video, and general multimedia productions. The expanded capacity for visual components allows radiologists to view still and animated media. CONCLUSION These image-viewing(More)
Internet use has increased greatly in the past decade across all demographic sectors in the United States, and the World Wide Web currently serves as a valuable informational resource for physicians. A study was conducted in 2005 to evaluate the role of the Web in radiology education. A 28-question multiple-choice survey was administered during two(More)
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES A website dedicated to body computed tomography (CT) offers users the opportunity to submit any question to a national expert. The purpose of this study was to characterize inquiries submitted over a 1-year period. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 408 questions posed by users between February 2003 and February 2004 were reviewed(More)
OBJECTIVE "Podcasting" is a relatively new Internet-based broadcast technology with unique characteristics that may prove valuable in radiologic education. In this article, we describe the procedure for generating, distributing, and downloading a podcast. CONCLUSION Podcast technology holds promise as an inexpensive method to rapidly and cost effectively(More)
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