Tim B. Hunter

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This article reviews the University of Arizona's more than 15 years of experience with teleradiology and provides an overview of university-based teleradiology practice in the United States (U.S.). In the U.S., teleradiology is a major economic enterprise with many private for-profit companies offering national teleradiology services (i.e., professional(More)
Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (GCSF), often used as an adjunct to chemotherapy, can pose a dilemma in differentiating the associated bone marrow changes from metastatic disease on magnetic resonance imaging. The phenomenon has been previously reported in children undergoing treatment for primary musculoskeletal malignancies [1, 2]. We present a case(More)
Every diagnostic image should be properly labeled. To improve the labeling of radiographs in the Department of Radiology at the University Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona, a special computer program was written to control the printing of the department's film flashcards. This program captures patient data from the hospital's radiology information system and(More)
A body tissue will vary in its CT value from one study to another not only because of changes in its physiology, but also because of technical factors related to the scanning procedure itself. Changing the mAs of a scan and/or position of a substance within the CT scanner was shown by the use of a phantom study to give a small relative but readily(More)
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