Questions tagged [radiology]

Radiology is a medical specialty that uses imaging to diagnose and treat diseases seen within the body.

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How safe is low frequency radiation in I.T. edge cases? (5G, etc)

Closely Related: 5G Radiation Dangerous? Being inundated with all kinds of 5G health statements, (for & against), I noticed a weird trend - the absence of cumulative radiation studies. Question: ...
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DICOM SliceThickness proximity

I do have DICOMs (Digital Images and COmmunications in Medicine) from several CT volumes where most volumes miss the SliceThickness and SliceLocation attribute. Is there another attribute usually ...
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Are 3D-DSA and 3DRA the same?

This question is to radiologists. I'm a PhD student in medical image processing and (I thought that) I was working with 3D-DSA images obtained by subtraction of non-contrast enhanced CBCT from a ...
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Does only the cumulative dose and not the dose rate matter for health effects of low-level radiation?

Most web articles related to negative health effects of radiation and radiation exposures from various sources (diagnostic scans, natural background radiation etc.) compare risk levels in terms of the ...
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Typical size for breast tumor at the beginning and at the end of radiotherapy treatment

I'd like to know if you know about sizes of breast tumors at the beginning and at the end of a typical radiotherapy treatment. I know that standard scheduled (50 Gy in 25 sessions) and ...
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How does cancer radiotherapy target only cancer cells?

I read about cancer treatment where the patient would be given radiation to kill cancer cells. How do they make sure that it affects mostly the cancer cells? Moreover how do they manage it so that it ...
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Radiological Phantom Studies - Sampling with no People

I am writing a critical appraisal regarding a radiological study using an anthropomorphic imaging phantom. The phantom is constructed of materials that mimic human tissue but negate the need to ...
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What study design is used in this research?

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1939865415001113 I've learned about many types of study design including experimental (randomised control trials etc.) and observational study ...
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Why don't we actively strugle to provide the highest LET particle radiation therapy, maybe with manganese, fluorine, nitrogen, iron, or osmium?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3885128/ I am a cancer patient since 16, a medical student aiming for radiation oncology and subsidiary MSc&Phd in radiophysics. I am actually ...