Best Imaging podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Medical imaging is an important healthcare topic that impacts physicians in all specialties. Understanding the recent dramatic advances in imaging technology, and their impact on clinical practice is essential for healthcare providers. Advances in Medical Imaging will provide the latest information on imaging topics from renowned experts in the field.
 
We will be discussing anything and everything ultrasound related.
 
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why we think you can and should use this as a part of your practice Imaging can be done on your smartphone make an ultrasound a portable and fast diagnostic tool
 
This week, Jaron and Karaminder discuss Apple's announcements at WWDC17, Serif Affinity Photo's landmark iPad app that brings their fully-powered photo editing software to the tablet, and also discuss the Canon C200 and its place in the market. For the main story, Karaminder goes over his long and arduous process of picking his high-quality vid ...…
 
This week, Jaron and Karaminder discuss the reports that the Sony A9 is suffering from the same problems of its predecessors: overheating. What does this mean for the camera, and more importantly, how does one experience paint the picture of the entire product? Also this week, Google has sounded the death knell for Nik, DJI has a new drone call ...…
 
This week in a special edition of the Imaging Resource Podcast, Mark Weir, the Senior Technology Manager at Sony, joins us for a discussion about their pair of newly-announced wide-angle lenses: the 16-35mm f/2.8 G-Master and the 12-24mm f/4 G. Mark talks about what makes these lenses unique, like the special technology that both employ to deli ...…
 
Michael Wendt, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Diagnostic Imaging, Siemens Healthcare, one of the newest additions to the MITA Board of Directors, discusses the importance of patient focused care in the medical imaging industry and the value of MITA Membership. Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA)…
 
MITA’s Medical Imaging Informatics (MII) Section Chair Rik Primo discusses the recently released NEMA/MITA Cybersecurity Whitepaper and the urgent need for patient safety in informatics and technology. Cybersecurity for Medical Imaging | NEMA’s Supply Chain Best Practices Whitepaper
 
What is a hot work permit program and why is it so important for forest product manufacturers?
 
In this podcast, we discuss what thermographic scans are and why they are so important in preventing electrical fires.
 
Dr. Michael D. Devous, Sr., Professor of Radiology and Director of Neuroimaging for the Alzheimer’s Disease Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, discusses the importance of positron emission tomography (PET) and its benefits related to diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease.
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Dushyant Sahani, MD More often, the diagnosis of causes of upper abdominal pain and specialty triage of patients as necessary has become the province of the radiologist. How do radiologists best approach diagnosis and management for these patients, and what factors underlie positive interactions between referring ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Dushyant Sahani, MD Autoimmunity has been identified in over 100 separate diseases. Depending on the target tissues, these disorders may be systemic, localized, or perhaps somewhere in between. The characteristics of autoimmune pancreatitis represent one such example of diffuse-to-localized disorders, and is the ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Andrea Doria, MD, PhD, MSc In 1888, William Osler wrote in the Lancet the following: "In patients with suspected acute appendicitis, one should urge towards laparotomy. The indications for surgical interference are not always clear, but in my experience I have been taught that the abdomen is much more frequently ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Scott Holland, PhD Guest: Daniel Choo, MD Successful cochlear implantation has remarkable impact on quality of life for children with congenital and early onset hearing loss. How do clinicians best evaluate these children for likelihood of success with implants, and what are the imaging challenges when following ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Stephanie Wilson, MD, FRCPC Many clinicians are well familiarized with standard contrast agents such as barium and iodinated compounds to enhance angiographic imaging. Ultrasound, capable of visualizing bloodflow with the use of doppler alone, is yet insufficiently sensitive to capture perfusion of organs and/or ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: James B. Spies, MD It's not uncommon for women to report experiencing menstrual changes after having given birth two or more times. These changes include shorter cycles, increased cramping, and heavier bleeding, at times with clots. Such changes are hallmark signs of adenomyosis. Definitive diagnosis of adenomyos ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: James B. Spies, MD Host Dr. Jason Birnholz and Dr. James Spies, professor of radiology at Georgetown University and chairman of the department of radiology at Georgetown University Medical Center, look at fibroid tumors- their incidence and treatment. They discuss the populations in which there is a high prevalen ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: J. Herman Kan, MD, FACR Pre-treatment MRI can eliminate unnecessary diagnostic or surgical procedures for children with suspected musculoskeletal infections. Host Dr. Jason Birnholz and Dr. J. Herman Kan, assistant professor of radiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, specializing in pediatric and adole ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Sharlene Teefey, MD Dr. Sherry Teefey, professor of radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, discusses with host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto her experience in Bhutan and Uganda, teaching medical professionals how to use ultrasound and computed tomography and enhancing current tec ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Sharlene Teefey, MD Ultrasound images of the musculoskeletal system provides pictures of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and soft tissue throughout the body. Dr. Sherry Teefey, associate professor of radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, discusses with host Dr. Beverly Hashimo ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Fiona Gilbert, MD, MBChB, DMRD Dr. Fiona Gilbert, Roland Sutton Chair of Radiology at University of Aberdeen Institute of Medical Sciences, discusses her research findings that showed that the rate of breast cancer detection by two experts reading a mammogram was the same as one expert aided b ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Jonn Cronan, MD, FACR Thanks to extremely sensitive ultrasound technology, thyroid nodules are being detected and treated at unprecedented rates. Host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto welcomes Dr. John Cronan, professor of diagnostic imaging at the Brown University School of Medicine and chairman of the diagnostic imagin ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Roee Lazebnik, MD, PhD Developments in ultrasound technologies yield superior image quality.  But these new technologies are also designed to maximize information density– minimizing acquisition time, decreasing analysis time, and simplifying reporting. Dr. Roee Lazebnik, a radiologist with a PhD in bi ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Vicki Noble, MD Dr. Vicki Noble, director of the Division of Emergency Ultrasound at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, discusses with host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto the importance of ultrasound in the critical care setting.  In the emergency department, ultrasound can improve the physican's abili ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Beryl Benacerraf, MD More than amazing images, the utility of three dimensional ultrasound images in obstetrics is expansive, according to guest Dr. Beryl Benacerraf, director of obstetrical ultrasound at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Benacerraf and host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto talk about the ability of vo ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Brian Garra, MD Ultrasound elastography, or tissue strain imaging, can provide real-time quantitative analysis on deep tissue and small nodules that elude palpation.  Dr. Brian Garra, professor and vice chair of radiology at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, discusses with host Dr. Jason Birnhol ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Eyal Herzog, MD, FACC So small, it is called the ‘pocket ultrasound,' Dr. Eyal Herzog, director of the cardiac care unit at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, discusses with host Dr. Jason Birnholz the results of his research on the handheld portable ultrasound unit in the cardiac care depart ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: David Hellmann, MD Dr. David Hellman, chairman of the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, examines with host Dr. Jason Birnholz the limitations of the current physical exam, and the potential of the portable ultrasound to improve the primary care physician's diagnostic capabilities. Dr ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Mani Vannan, MBBS Dr. Mani Vannan, professor of clinical internal medicine at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, reports how the latest ultrasound technology has dramatically improved echocardiography by enabling the acquisition of a full volume image in one heartbeat. In addition, the new technology ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Dawna Kramer, MD Although most abnormal vaginal bleeding is caused by hormone imbalance, it can be indicative of polyps, myomas, and cancers of the cervix and endometrium. Dr. Dawna Kramer, a radiologist within the department of radiology, ultrasound section at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, dis ...…
 
Host: Beverly Hashimoto, MD Guest: Dawna Kramer, MD Have new techniques changed the long-standing paradigm of breast cancer detection by mammogram? Dr. Dawna Kramer, radiology quality assurance officer and section head of the patient access area in the radiology department at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, talks with host Dr. Bev ...…
 
Host: Jason Birnholz, MD Guest: Theodore Dubinsky, MD Dr. Theodore Dubinksy reviews the conventional use of ultrasound imaging to detect and diagnose thyroid nodules, including fine needle biopsies. He then explains how ultrasound elastography, a newly developed technique, to analyze the stiffness of non-palpable nodules by measuring the amount ...…
 
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