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This paper reports an investigation into the accuracy and effectiveness of two (2) senior Australian radiographers in the reporting of appendicular musculo‐skeletal radiographs in the adult trauma situation. and discusses the international debate on radiographer role extension into plain film...
Vanishing bones – no, not the movie fantasy of the “Invisible Man” but a case of a rare disease which causes massive osteolysis or progressive bone dissolution. The idiopathic disease, which causes bone to be replaced by angiomatous tissue, has resulted in the disappearance of this patient's...
Computed Tomography (CT) colonography, also known as “virtual colonoscopy” is a relatively new technique for colorectal evaluation. It allows imaging of the colonic mucosa and wall similar to those obtained during conventional colonoscopy. The aim of the present study was to investigate patient...
The aim of this study was to determine the influence of slice thickness upon the accuracy of volume measurement taken from three‐dimensional reconstructed magnetic resonance (MR) images.
The growth in the usage of CT scanners in Australia between 1994 and 2002 is reviewed. The parallel growth in the per caput dose from CT procedures is derived by first estimating the mean dose for broad categories of Medicare Benefits Schedule procedures and then applying these estimates to...
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