Role of imager in developing world.

@article{Mindel1997RoleOI,
  title={Role of imager in developing world.},
  author={S A Mindel},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={1997},
  volume={350 9075},
  pages={426-9}
}
Medical imaging in the developing world is done by radiologists trained in the west or in the western manner. Yet they have to practise the specialty with equipment that is unreliable, poorly maintained, and difficult to repair. Developing countries face economic hardship, and the scarcity of radiologists and of imaging equipment is likely to continue. If used as the first, and very often the only, imaging technique, ultrasound has great advantages in such settings. Medical schools in the… CONTINUE READING

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