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This app gives users access to 100 images focused on a variety of pathology, accompanied by brief explanations, but without appropriate references.
Brainview is a detailed neuroanatomy app that contains a wealth of information and functionality which will enable budding neurosurgeons and neurologists to learn the appropriate anatomy. The addition quiz and search functions are helpful additions to make the most of the included content
Every day, millions of X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, and other medical imaging studies are made–but complicated rules and incompatible software have prevented doctors and patients from easily sharing their images. A recently launched application, image32, gets rid of these barriers and allows doctors and patients to quickly and easily liberate their medical images. CEO Bob Pellican explains why image32 is different
NeuroRad for iPad is a fantastic application for radiologist residents with an excellent neuroradiology atlas. NeuroRad has a range of uses for healthcare professionals ranging from student to resident.
NeuroRad Mini for the iOS offers a complete alas of brain MRI imagery on mobile devices
Calgary Scientific, makers of ResolutionMD, are here at the mHealth Summit and were kind enought to give the imedicalapps team a live demonstration of the app, including some of its marqee features.
AT&T and Calgary Scientific have recently teamed up to offer ResolutionMD, a FDA approved mobile diagnostic viewer as part of AT&T’s broader medical imaging and information management solution.
SeeMyRadiology.com is a cloud computing web portal that combines sophisticated encryption algorithms and compression techniques to grant secure access to image sharing, routing, viewing, and archiving of medical images with no IT burden, and no need for expensive CDs or DVDs.
Last year, we reported how the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Medicine were doing a stroke trial comparing the performance of diagnostic radiology on a mobile device using the ResolutionMD app verse a standard clinical reading work station. Our article last year focused on how Health Canada, analogous to our FDA, had approved the device for medical diagnostic use. […]
Mobile MIM is the first FDA approved medical radiology viewing app. It allows physicians and providers to view CT & MRI scans on the iPad.