Fundamentals of Clinical Research for Radiologists The Challenge of Clinical Radiology

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  title={Fundamentals of Clinical Research for Radiologists The Challenge of Clinical Radiology},
  author={Craig Blackmore}
}
he development of new technology traditionally has been the lifeblood of radiology. Many of the spectacular advances in medicine over the past few decades have centered around radiology. One does not have to go far into the past to predate the development of CT, MR imaging, and sonography, technologies that now are omnipresent, critical components of medical care. Yet for all the advances in the development of imaging technology, radiology research has come under deserved criticism in its… CONTINUE READING

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