Articles, tagged with "x ray", page 1
20th April 2012
What is tooth extraction?
Tooth extraction is a process of removing a tooth from its bone socket.
When should you go for tooth extraction?
If a tooth is broken or damaged or decayed, and the normal dentist treatments to repair it fail, then tooth extra... Read >
15th March 2012
The registered radiology assistant appeared in medicine a decade ago. Their specific duty is to be the initial contact with sufferers, collect beneficial photos through X-ray, MRI, and so on, and additionally work along side the doctor in analyzing some s... Read >
06th March 2012
We’ve all experienced it at one time or another: our flash drives dying on us. Particularly when vital files are stored in it, you couldn’t help but wrack your brains out trying to think how you could have done things differently and what you could have d... Read >
16th February 2012
Medical transcription which is also known as MT is the process of transliterating or translating recorded dictations by physicians and other healthcare professionals usually located in distant part of the world regarding a patient’s medical record into a ... Read >
30th January 2012
As our bodies age, regrettably there are particular factors we certainly have certainly no power over. Have you ever experienced typically the disagreeable sensation of a bone spur, if so what happens I mean.
You really are unable to control it! It's ... Read >
Author: William Smithson
18th January 2012
Peripheral angiography and/or peripheral angiogram is a diagnostic study, not an operation, performed to look at the arterial blood flow from your lower abdomen and down each of your legs. During the procedure a cath... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal
17th January 2012
Dr. David A. Bohn, DC , a full-time practicing chiropractor since December 1988. He is a complete "techno junkie," as he calls himself, and as such he purchased several of the high end diagnostic tools such as Cadwell NCV/EMG, Norland full body BMD sc... Read >
Author: Mike Johnson
13th January 2012
Radiotherapy is the use of radiation to treat cancer. The radiotherapy is targeted at the part of your body where the cancer has been found. Your care will be adapted to meet your individual needs and may differ from what is described here... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal
13th December 2011
The X-stop procedure is the first non-fusion treatment for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis.
The procedure can be done in a about a half hour does not require the removal of any bone or soft tissue and in some cases the patient... Read >
16th November 2011
Interest throughout the U.S. for dental hygienist training is growing quickly. Owing to the on going population rise in the country, the elderly retaining more teeth, along with a widening focus on preventative care and dental health knowledge, the requir... Read >
Author: Dental Hygienist Training HQ
05th October 2011
Imaging is among the most important areas of medical diagnosis and contains such methods as sonography, x-ray, MRI and various physique scans. Ultrasound or "US" is a popular way of examining your body that uses seem waves to find out structures in the bo... Read >
22nd July 2011
Gestation, or the term of a pregnancy in dogs starts from the first time they are bred, or fertilized, and lasts until the puppies are born. This period can vary based on the breed or size of the dog, but usually is about 9 weeks. Unlike humans, female do... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann
20th June 2011
There are a lot of dental diseases that we may encounter if we neglect to have a good oral hygiene. One of these horrible diseases is the jaw bone infection. This disease is normally caused by the bacteria called ‘staphylococcus aureus’ that usually attac... Read >
08th June 2011
The amazing ability to look inside the body using x-rays was first discovered in 1895. With little known about its dangers, it was inevitable that the first victim to die from radiation was Thomas Edison’s x-ray technologist, Clarence Dally. Due to repeat... Read >
Author: Art Jones
01st June 2011
Teleradiology, or the process of transmitting radiological images of patients, hold great importance within medical facilities, and is a beneficial healthcare service. X-ray imaging, CT’s, and MRI information are all images that can be transferred to diff... Read >
Author: Binovia Corp.