As technology continues to advance, social media platforms are providing more virtual opportunities for networking than ever. In addition to meeting in hospitals or clinics, teleradiologists can now also turn to their smartphones to connect with others who have similar schedules or specialties.
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As part of our interest in highlighting great work in the imaging field, we’ve opted to focus on California for this post and showcase some noteworthy imaging centers found throughout the state.
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The American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, widely known as ASTRO, is a worldwide organization with more than 10,000 members. These members are all healthcare professionals (nurses, physicians, therapists, biologists and more) who specialize in treating patients with radiation therapy.
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Texas has made many medical strides in recent years. For instance, the Lone Star State is home to the world’s largest children’s hospital (Texas Children’s Hospital) and the world’s largest cancer center (The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center).
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For many people, virtual reality is known for its connection to gaming and how it allows individuals to become immersed in a digital world completely different from what they already know.
But virtual reality has other uses that are important for a variety of fields. For instance, the technology is being utilized in the medical sector for numerous applications such as medical imaging, surgical accuracy and planning.
Let’s take a look at the history of the technology and also how it’s helping medical professionals and radiologists in their essential work.
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