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Latest Medical Imaging News

Cardiovascular Ultrasound Images Are Worth a Thousand Words

Posted at 7:00am on December 11, 2014

For echocardiographers, a picture really is worth a thousand words, or pieces of health information. Cardiovascular ultrasound images can provide…

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Neuroimaging Detects Vascular Diseases

Posted at 8:00am on November 26, 2014

A new study shows that brain changes associated with vascular disease can be detected via neuroimaging tests—even before a patient…

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Highlights from ASEF VALUES program in India

Posted at 1:28pm on October 24, 2014

“What do you get when you combine 16 dedicated ASE members with a hospital that looks like a palace built…

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I was recently asked by a referring physician to review his patient's echocardiogram obtained at an outside institution. Ordinarily, when reviewing an outside study, I usually go through on often tedious process of waiting for the study burned on a CD to arrive in mail and then hope that I would have appropriate software to decode and view that particular study. Frequently, outside studies are encoded in proprietary non-DICOM formats and lack built-in viewers. I was pleasantly surprised when this time the referring physician directed me to go to the web-based Core Sound's Studycast imaging system which I had not used previously. Although we were miles apart, we were able to review the study together on our respective computers. I needed no special software to install, I just went to the Studycast web site and was able to effortlessly review still images and video clips.

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