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What is fluoroscopy? X-Rays, 'ALARA' & more
The term 'fluoroscopy' may sound intimidating, but also known as the 'X-ray' procedure, it is amongst the most well-known radiological procedures in...
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Have an MRI Scheduled? Here's What To Know!
Magnetic resonance imaging, most commonly shortened to "MRI", is a type of radiology imaging scan that is used...
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A Quick Guide to Subdural Hemorrhages
Subdural hemorrhages are serious conditions that may be life-threatening if not identified and managed quickly. Being aware of the key...
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A Quick Guide to Intracranial Hemorrhages (ICH)
An intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) describes an acute event where there is bleeding inside the cranium (skull). This is...
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What is an Ultrasound, Anyways?
Ultrasound scanning, also known as sonography, is a non-invasive medical exam that uses high-frequency sound waves to take clear images...
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The Dual Energy CT Scan (DECT) Procedure Explained
If you have an upcoming dual energy CT scan (DECT), you might be unsure exactly what is it...
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LAIIC's Radiologists at PIH Health's 2021 Comprehensive Stroke Conference
Los Angeles Imaging and Interventional Consultants' team is pleased to announce their participation in PIH Health's 2021 Comprehensive...
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What is a CT Scan Anyways?
The “CT” in “CT Scan” stands for Computerized Tomography. A CT is also known as a Computerized Axial...
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What is Diagnostic Radiology?
Diagnostic radiology is an incredibly important medical speciality that is used to treat a number of illnesses and...
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